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Luxury Hotel Deal: London Vacationers Enjoy Luxe Without The Bucks At The May Fair This Holiday
“Shop, Sip & Celebrate” Offers Up to 35% Savings at One of London’s Hippest Hotels
Offering up to 35 percent value-added savings, with rates starting at £199 (approx. $326)*, the “Shop, Sip & Celebrate” promotion is available Dec. 14, 2009 – Jan. 10, 2010 and includes:
• One night’s accommodation
• Daily English breakfast for two
• Traditional afternoon tea for two
• Dining savings: Two-for-one dining at the hotel’s Amba Bar and Grill
• Shopping savings: 10 percent off at Hamleys toy store and £15 off every £100 spent at Liberty department store
• 15 percent VAT (tax)
Set in the heart of London’s most prestigious neighborhood, Mayfair, the hotel is located near some of London’s top shopping areas – including Old Bond Street and Piccadilly – as well as such popular tourist spots as Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace, Green Park and Hyde Park. It’s also conveniently located near Trafalgar Square, The National Portrait Gallery, West End theatres, Hyde Park, Royal Academy of Arts, Regent Street and a myriad of clubs, bars and restaurants.
For more information or reservations, visit www.themayfairhotel.co.uk/
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First opened by King George V in 1927 and once owned by the filmmaking Danziger Brothers, the 406-room May Fair is the official hotel for London Fashion Week and BFI 53rd London Film Festival. The May Fair has hosted countless celebrities, heads of state, world leaders and cultural icons throughout its storied history. The hotel features 12 sumptuous signature suites; a private VIP entrance; extraordinary banquet facilities, including the largest private theatre in London; world-class May Fair Spa; rooftop penthouse with 360˚ views of London; and a superlative staff attuned to the needs of the most discerning guest.
*Rates are based on double occupancy and price is subject to change based on the daily exchange rate. This rate is based on 1 GBP = 1.64209 USD exchange rate on Oct. 20, 2009.