Step into our polished marble lobby and immediately notice the warm and personalised service that defines The Chesterfield.
Our elegant Charles Street address offers a tranquil haven from the bustle outside... a place to retreat, relax and regroup. With the smart shops of Bond Street nearby and some of London’s most vibrant sights – The Royal Academy, Buckingham Palace, the Royal Parks – just a short stroll away, this truly is the beating heart of Mayfair.
We are delighted to be re-opening our doors once again for leisure stays from 17th May, and look forward to welcoming our guests with exceptional service and warm hospitality, alongside stringent safety and sanitation protocols to place our guests’ and teams’ wellbeing at the heart of everything we do.
Our hotel remains open for any business-related stay. Our restaurants and bars are closed, however, you can enjoy in-room dining throughout your stay.
For something less strenuous, easy pathways meander through our fynbos gardens, leading to a handful of unforgettable picnic sites. Equipped with tables and sun umbrellas, these mountainside escapes offer dramatic sea views and provide the perfect location to indulge in a sumptuous picnic basket from our hotel chefs.
A handful of secluded picnic sites within the hotel’s fynbos gardens offer wonderful mountain and ocean views, with plenty of outdoor space and fresh air for keeping children entertained. Order a bottle of Champagne to toast a special celebration against a spectacular sunset backdrop, or perhaps pop the question.
A much-loved landmark within the gardens of The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa is the remarkable geological feature known as Stanley’s Rock. Shaped by millennia of wind and rain this piece of naturally-sculpted granite is named for Stanley Tollman, husband of Founder and President of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection, Bea Tollman. With its impressive views out over the Atlantic Ocean, it has become an especially popular choice for sundowners, picnics and proposals...