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Millennium London Mayfair
44 Grosvenor Square
Mayfair
London

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In London's stylish Mayfair district, overlooking Grosvenor Square, the elegant four star Millennium Hotel London Mayfair was originally the grand home of the Duchess of Kendal. The hotel still offers all the discreet charm of an exclusive private residence and many of the original architectural features still remain. Bedrooms are classically English, full of character and charm. Millennium Hotel London Mayfair is less than 500 metres from the shops of Oxford Street and Bond Street. Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, London's financial district and the Houses of Parliament are all within easy reach. Green Park and Bond Street Underground stations are within walking distance and Londonís airports and major rail stations are also easily accessed from the hotelís excellent location.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star Deluxe
Number of Rooms: 343
Number Ensuite: 343
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Name: The Restaurant/Shogun
Cuisine: Informal dining - International/Japanese cuisine
Chef: Neil Gray

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