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Mayfair has always been one of London’s and the world’s most famous shopping districts. Home to the eminent tailors of the aristocratic; Saville row to the east of the area, and New and Old Bond Street to the West; specializing in couture clothing, jewellery and antiques. Mayfair draws a very exclusive super rich crowd of residents and visitors all wanting to experience the lifestyle on offer in this quintessentially upper class English borough.

Our London Valentine's escorts are very refined for this high class British area. Our sensational expensive escorts will make you the envy of Mayfair, all of our ladies are simply divine and when accompanying you on a date in Mayfair you will be drawing admiring glances from men and women alike wondering who this fabulous young lady is.

The district of Mayfair in the borough of Westminster is one of London’s finest residential areas. Mayfair took its name from the fortnight-long May Fair which was held there every year during the seventeenth century. Mayfair takes prime position between London’s most prestigious shopping streets, Oxford Street, Regent Street and Park Lane, meaning property in the area is in high demand, and is one of the most expensive and exclusive areas of London to live. The district has a long and colourful aristocratic history with some of its many famous establishments being as old as the district itself.

One hotel we simply must mention when talking about the best places to spend time in Mayfair is the legendary, 5* luxury hotel, The Mayfair Hotel, Stratton Street. The Mayfair Hotel opened in 1927 by King George, is a metropolitan haven, with a rich history.

Over the past century the hotel has welcomed many famous and royal visitors through its historical doors. The hotel is the perfect place to spend a naughty weekend with a London Valentine's. With a luxury spa, a Casino and a fine dining restaurant and bar, you need not leave the luxurious comfort of this legendary hotel.

Another classic British institution is Claridge’s, Brook Street. Claridge’s opened in 1856 and was a favourite of the royal family and heads of state, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were regular visitors to this luxurious British hotel. Claridge’s is an art deco masterpiece and over the decades has been adopted as the London residence of many of the glamorous 1950’s Hollywood movie stars including, Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn and Bing Crosby. Spencer Tracy once said he would rather go to Claridge’s than heaven when he dies.

We can guarantee that after an evening with a sensational London Valentine's in the Claridge’s hotel, you will feel exactly the same.


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