47 Park Street - Grand Residences by Marriott is
a private Members club located in the heart of Mayfair, London,
that offers frequent visitors to the city a club concept that
bridges the gap between staying in a five-star hotel and owning an
exclusive London property.
A magnificent red-brick Edwardian-style town
house, 47 Park Street was built in 1927 as a private residence for
the 1st Baron Milford. Now comprising 49 luxurious, private
residences complete with full concierge service, à la carte room
service, in-house florist, valet service and twice daily
housekeeping, 47 Park Street offers the personalized nature of a
Members club with ‘home from home’ luxury and familiarity.
The living room with its welcoming fireplace boasts elegant
furniture tastefully mixed with richly textured European fabrics
and an entertainment center with satellite television,
surround-sound receiver, DVD and stereo/CD player.
state-of-the-art kitchen with imported granite, comes with Villeroy & Boch cookware and china, Hepp flatware and Siemens
The marble bathrooms have DeWitt towels and
robes while the master suites and bedrooms, with their king sized
bedding and fine Belgium linens, readily accommodate two to six
Members can leave personal belongings in storage
between visits, allowing them to find their clothes already
pressed and hanging in the wardrobe, and family photographs set
out on the mantelpiece upon arrival, creating a true feeling of
For an initial outlay of between £111,000 and
£260,000 (US$169,800 and US$397,800) depending on residence
size, Members can stay in one or two-bedroom
residences on a daily or weekly basis for a minimum of 21 nights a
year while enjoying all the services of a luxury, boutique hotel.
Extra nights can be purchased below £100 (US $155) per night. If Members do not use their
full allocation, their residence can be used as hotel inventory.
Members also have the privilege of enjoying 47 Park Street’s
association with a number of prestigious Mayfair establishments
including Spa Illuminata, on South Audley Street, private members’
club Morton’s and business club Pasley-Tyler, both on Berkeley
Square, as well as premium access to opera and ballet tickets from
The Royal Opera House.
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