Renovated Westbury Mayfair Hotel Will Become a St. Regis Hotel in 2025

by Anthony Losanno
St Regis London

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I used to love the Westbury Mayfair Hotel and stayed there several times before it closed (my last few visits have had me staying at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House London, which is a gorgeous hotel with an amazing lounge). I was saddened to see the Westbury Mayfair Hotel shut its doors, but am excited for what’s coming. In 2025, the hotel will reopen as a St. Regis.

One Mile at a Time reported that the hotel is currently undergoing a $122 million expansion and renovation. An eighth floor is being added along with a spa, signature restaurant, speakeasy jazz bar, and fitness center. The hotel’s location in Mayfair is perfect for shopping and exploring London. I can’t wait to go check this one out as I love the St. Regis brand and the benefits that it offers Marriott Bonvoy® members (most of the time…looking at you, St. Regis Chicago).


The photo above is from my last stay at the Westbury in November 2019. hotel was originally slated to reopen last year, but delays have pushed it into 2025. This happens all too often with hotel renovations and builds. I’ll be keeping a close eye on when it’s set to open. This St. Regis is not the first to open in London. In the early 2000s, The Lanesborough was rebranded a St. Regis, but it joined the Oetker Collection in 2014.

Anthony’s Take: This one is filed under a hotel I can’t wait to check out. If you’re looking for other luxury hotel accommodations in London or elsewhere, I’m happy to help you book your hotels and can offer some great perks through Marriott’s Luminous and Stars programs. Think free breakfast, late checkout, upgrades, and on-property credits.

(Featured Image Credit: Marriott.)

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