Elegant rooms and fine dining in a top Mayfair location.
When The Westbury opened in 1955, it was the first new hotel to be built in London in twenty years. It was named after the Long Island Polo Ground in New York and built by a keen polo player (Michael Phipps). Its enviable location --- just steps from Bond Street and near the back door of Sotheby's --- attracts a well-heeled clientele who love this particular patch of Mayfair. Bedrooms are elegant with dark-wood furniture, neutral colored fabrics and tasteful patterns, though sizes can vary from shoebox to spacious. The Westbury Restaurant features Chef Patron, Paul Ribbands, who has created a wide range of modern dishes. A newer addition is Tsukiji Sushi, providing fresh Japanese cuisine. Guests can use the nearby Cannons Health Club with its extensive gym and swimming pool.
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