Welcome back to Mayfair and Belgravia this Spring!

Welcome back to Mayfair and Belgravia this Spring!

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The London destinations of Mayfair and Belgravia are welcoming visitors back to the beautiful neighbourhoods with the launch of their exciting new spring campaigns. Bright Young Springs in Mayfair and Let Beautiful Begin in Belgravia showcase the very best of the neighbourhoods. Whether visitors are looking to indulge in a bit of retail therapy, soak up the sunshine at one of the many al[1]fresco dining spots or immerse themselves in culture exploring London’s largest outdoor gallery, Wander Art, there are more reasons than ever to visit. Visitors might even discover a few changes since their last visit with new openings to explore, a mass of green space and welcome back incentives aplenty.

From 12 April, experience the best of London’s outdoor dining spots, with 800 outdoor dining seats across the London Estate.

Explore Mayfair’s hero dining spots including Claridge’s Bar Terrace on Brook Street, The Terrace at Jean-Georges at The Connaught, the iconic Scott’s located on Mount Street and Roka, Mayfair’s contemporary Japanese cuisine. Even explore newly opened restaurant, Native, in the new Browns store on Brook Street.

Following the success of last summer’s temporary outdoor dining and greening, North Audley Street has been transformed to offer an outdoor ‘dining room’ experience. With environmentally friendly lighting and heating and widened pavements, the street is the perfect place to dine al-fresco at some of the destinations most loved restaurants. Additionally, for those looking to pick up a takeaway from some of the neighbourhoods local restaurants or cafes, Grosvenor Square is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic with additional seating in place to allow visitors a safe and welcoming space to enjoy their meals in an open green space.

Dine in Belgravia at landmark restaurants including the Pantechnicon as they re-open their Roof Garden to guests on Motcomb Street, providing unprecedented views of the beautiful streets of Belgravia. The Berkeley have organised Beach Huts to welcome their guests back in style whilst Wild by Tart and Chucs Belgravia also offer al-fresco dining in the centre of London. For those looking to pick up a takeaway and enjoy the open air, Eccleston Yards and Halkin Arcade also offer al-fresco dining in their open spaces, perfect for socialising with friends and family.

The streets of Mayfair and Belgravia have a few new faces to explore, from restaurants, bakeries, beauty salons, boutiques, and so much more. Visitors can discover Barbara Sturm as the store makes its UK debut on Mayfair’s illustrious Mount Street. The brand new London Boutique and Spa will offer Dr. Sturm’s signature, world-renowned facials, skincare consultations with Dr. Sturm’s expert aestheticians as well as private, 1-to-1 appointments.

Belgravia expands its food offering with the opening of Pantechnicon on Motcomb Street, home to a fusion of Nordic and Japanese creativity and craftsmanship. The neighbourhood also welcomes London’s most loved community shop Bayley & Sage, famed bakery Gail’s and Neat Burger, with an ethical, sustainable and delicious plant based menu.

Belgravia brings you the newest ventures in the fashion world, Elizabeth Street will be home to RIXO’s new bridal boutique. From simple slips, jumpsuits, and simple cocktail hour looks, RIXO Bridal provides a wanted new look to the bridal game. Also explore My Wardrobe HQ, the UK’s first fashion rental marketplace; a leading destination for renting and buying contemporary and luxury womenswear fashion, choose from over 500 designers including Stella McCartney, Chanel, Vivienne Westwood and many, many more.

If that is not enough, visitors can also immerse themselves in art and design and wander the streets of Mayfair & Belgravia to discover the outdoor gallery trail, Wander Art. Hosted by Grosvenor Britain & Ireland and curated by Alter-Projects, this bespoke walking trail is home to creations from some of the world’s most exciting artists including Ricardo Cavolo, Emily Forgot, Yinka Ilori, Fernando Laposse, Morag Myerscough and Richard Woods. The Wander Art walking trail is a way for anyone to engage with visual art, giving the general public, art enthusiasts and critics alike a unique way to explore London outdoors this year.

This spring, there are so many reasons to visit Mayfair and Belgravia, with a number of surprise and delight moments for visitors to discover. To keep up to date, follow @mayfair_ldn and @belgravia_ldn on social or visit mayfairandbelgravia.com.

 

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