The Westbury is a luxury five star hotel within London’s exclusive fashion and boutique district. After undergoing an extensive £25 million refurbishment – The Westbury leads a new direction of unrivalled luxury.
Upon opening, the character of The Westbury was defined as being discreet luxury with the emphasis on service, this is as apparent now as it was in 1955. Since then the hotel has expanded magnificently, offering exceptional quality bedrooms and suites along with unrivalled fine dining cuisine.
Each of the 246 rooms is a testament to classic chic and contemporary elegance; a space for you to relax after a long day and gather your thoughts. The cinematic suites mix rich, textures with a cool natural marble, providing the perfect back-drop to your experience of London.
Alyn Williams at The Westbury
Alyn Williams is a significant ‘new’ culinary face in central London since he launched his eponymous restaurant in autumn 2011. Having worked as head chef with Marcus Wareing for several years, he has now embarked on this stylish independent venture at The Westbury Hotel in the heart of Mayfair. At his side is the restaurant’s charismatic general manager, Giancarlo Princigalli, also a long-standing alumnus of The Berkeley with Marcus Wareing. Together they are an exciting duo presenting Alyn’s very distinctive modern European cooking with meticulous but friendly service.
Head Chef Show Choong has achieved something remarkable at the Tsukiji Sushi Restaurant, the fusion of “New Japanese” cuisine in the very heart of London’s Mayfair. His exquisite dishes, innovative sushi and delicate sashimi are created with care and from elusive and fresh ingredients sourced worldwide. Served in this spacious 20-seat restaurant with its sleek red wood interior, every meal merges the very best of two worlds; Japanese culture and restraint blended with an ambience only Mayfair can offer.
A haven from a busy business day, a launch pad for London Life, a quiet place for lovers; the Polo Bar at The Westbury can be all these things. Perhaps it’s the soft and elegant interiors or the legendary bar staff; perhaps it’s because it is as favoured by businessmen quietly sealing a deal as it is by media-folk silently escaping the spotlight. Or simply because the Polo Bar is one of London’s secret treasures, a place where the well-travelled and the well-connected can always find refreshment and respite.