Edwardian Hotels London is one of the UK’s largest and most dynamic independent companies. Founded by Jasminder Singh OBE in 1977, Edwardian has been developing leading luxury hotel and hospitality brands ever since.
With an enviable collection of luxurious distinctive hotels and restaurants including The May Fair Hotel & Radisson Blu Edwardian London Hotels, Steak & Lobster, Scoff & Banter, May Fair Kitchen and May Fair Bar; Edwardian's individual style and design encapsulates its unique position in the most desirable locations within London and Manchester.
What’s made us so successful in realising our ambition for almost 40 years is our ability to deliver a truly exceptional experience for our guests. Time and time again. So that even the shortest stay with us will last long in the memory.
The May Fair
Opened by royalty in 1927, The May Fair is a hotel like no other, in the heart of a city like no other. Tucked away in London’s luxury quarter, it is central, yet utterly discreet, with 404 beautifully crafted bedrooms, including twelve of the capital’s most spectacular suites, a luxurious urban spa; a 201-seat screening room; May Fair Kitchen, a chic open Mediterranean style restaurant serving delicious small plates; May Fair Bar offering signature cocktails by acclaimed mixologist; a fabulous terrace; and the quintessential Palm Beach Casino. The May Fair Hotel is the Official Hotel Partner to London Fashion Week and London Film Festival, and is a recognised Hip Hotel.
Radisson Blu Edwardian, London
Radisson Blu Edwardian, London is a collection of individual four and five star hotels in prestigious locations in London and Manchester from the bijou boutique to large-scale luxury. Think contemporary design that doesn’t compromise on comfort, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout, gorgeous interiors, and with service that anticipates but never assumes. Our UK hotels aim to surprise and delight with design and individuality unique to each building and neighbourhood. Radisson Blu Edwardian, London is the Official Hotel Partner to the National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, The Almeida Theatre, The Hallé Orchestra and the Royal Shakespeare Company.