Experiences

Located a stone’s throw from some of London’s most celebrated attractions, make the most of your stay at JW Marriott Grosvenor House and enjoy fulfilling experiences around every corner. From your doorstep in the heart of Mayfair discover the city’s landmarks, rich history and culture and explore Bond Street, Regent Street, Buckingham Palace, Selfridges, the London Eye and the Tate. From museums to theatres and bespoke cooking classes, check with our concierge team for one-in-a-lifetime experiences, coveted reservations and more.

On-Site Outlets
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Fitness Suite

Replenish & revitalize in our fully equipped, state-of-the-art gym with quiet spaces for yoga.

Steven Carey Salon

New on-site salon from one of the most illustrious names in British hairdressing. With a high attention to detail and a self-confessed perfectionist, Steven Carey Salons work closely with clients to craft easy-to-maintain, healthy, lustrous hair. Open Monday to Saturday 9 am to 6 pm and Thursday with extended hours 9 am to 8 pm.

Local Area & Activities Highlights

Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament

The most famous structure within the Houses of Parliament is Big Ben, the 14-ton bell hung in 1858 that has kept exact time almost continuously since 1859.

The London Eye

Europe’s largest observation wheel stands at 135 metres and this Westminster landmark offers a bird’s-eye view of London stretching for over 25 miles.

Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s official residence and backdrop to the Changing the Guard ceremony, the working royal palace is open to guests during the summer for visits to the magnificent State Rooms.

Mayfair

Mayfair is one of London’s most iconic neighborhoods, filled with stunning 18th century architecture and home to world-class boutiques, galleries and fine dining restaurants. Timeless, with a myriad of parks and gardens creating safe havens of mindful spaces and peaceful squares to relax and rejuvenate within, this area has been enjoyed for almost 300 years by people that live, work, stay and play here from diplomats to socialites and celebrities alike. Uncover local galleries, auction houses, cafes, boutiques and even festivals in the hidden cobbled streets of Mayfair’s commercial district.

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Fulfilling Experiences Around Every Corner

Moments from the hotel, you can browse Mayfair's nearby art galleries or visit Jimi Hendrix’s former home in this exclusive area before sharing a quiet moment in Hyde Park.

Exceptional Shopping

Shopping in Mayfair is a lively blend of haute couture boutiques, designers old and new, prestigious antique dealers and the world’s finest jewellers.

Grosvenor Square

London’s second largest square and a remarkably landscaped urban garden, Grosvenor Square hosts a varied programme of outdoor events for of all ages throughout the year.

More Local Area & Activities

Discover all that London has to offer

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Changing of the Guard

The Foot Guards of the Household Division, the Queen’s personal guard, offer a daily display of captivating pageantry.

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and rebuilt following the Great Fire of London between 1675 and 1710.

Natural History Museum

Galleries are divided into LIFE and EARTH, enjoy the natural world or develop and understand the impact of science on your life.

Tower Bridge

Completed in 1894 and hailed as a London icon, Tower Bridge is a great engineering marvel, with views from 42 m. high level walkways.

Tower of London

Since 1097 a Royal residence, armoury and prison for Crown enemies. Today the Crown jewels are protected by Beefeaters and Yeoman Warders.

Tate Britain

Tate Britain houses the greatest collection of British Art, from 1500 to present day showcasing varied works of art and sculpture.

Westminster Abbey

Since 1065 the Abbey has been used for coronations and weddings and is the burial place of more than 3000 of England’s poets, politicians, monks and royalty.

British Museum

One of the oldest and largest museums in the world at 4 kilometres housing 7 million objects representing a rich history of human cultures.

Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s greatest museum of art and design, with collections unrivalled in their scope and diversity.