TurningPoint: Your Lifestyle, Your Well-Being - at The Luxury 5 Star Biltmore LXR Hotel, Mayfair
Updated: May 20, 2022
"If you go out to the woods today, you're in for a big surprise" "They say it's the little things in life that mean the most."
The above two quotes sums up my stay at The Biltmore LXR, in Mayfair last weekend. LXR Hotels & Resorts (The Hilton’s luxury collection) secured an excellent location for its first European outpost, The Biltmore Mayfair, which opened on Grosvenor Square in September 2019.
TurningPoint: Your Lifestyle, Your Well-Being Magazine's experiences with food for the Summer issue, Food, Individuality and Music continues. My Granddaughter and I were invited to an overnight stay recently at The Biltmore, LXR, Luxury Five Star Hotel in Mayfair, in a Twin Deluxe Room. We definitely had an incredible time.
The service, hospitality and food were exemplary. We were treated to the very best of experiences. All who were part of our stay, managed to collectively create an ambience which we indulged in. Yet it's all simply about Lifestyle.
My granddaughter and I arrived at the Hotel around 3.30pm as we were booked into Afternoon Tea at 4pm. I'd received a text prior to our arrival from Mr Francis Holder, Personal Butler, one of The Butlers assigned to us throughout our stay, confirming arrangements of our arrival. Upon arriving at the hotel, we were greeted by Carlos, The Doormen, who took our luggage depositing it in our Room, whilst we were taken by Francis Holder and introduced to Asif Bajwa, Restaurant and Lounge Manager and his team where we received a very hearty welcome. This particular visit to The Biltmore LXR, Mayfair was to conduct a Review for The Summer issue of TurningPoint: Your Lifestyle, Your Well-Being Magazine, a Luxury, Lifestyle Publication, www.turningpointmag.com.
The Lobby - well what can I say. Impressive, full of light and if one is observant enough, you are hit by simple yet subtle contrasts, edged with gold. Ostentatiously tasteful.
My Grand Daughter was excited to be on what she said was an adventure. She had already packed her bags from the week before, with doll in tow, a bunny rabbit, satchel and a pull trolley looking as if she was travelling overseas for a month. She was ready for adventure, to explore and she was ....HUNGRY.
We were escorted to our room by Francis Holder, who gave a brief introduction about the Hotel on the way up. Once inside we were pleasantly surprised to find a welcome gift in a Harrods bag, placed on a side table. The table had been decored with The Front Cover of The Spring issue of TurningPoint magazine, alongwith with some welcome notes. A nice sentimental touch. However, this also exhibited the actions of care, observation and attention to detail. Understanding a client and their needs is very important.