The Beaumont's presidential suite, which can be extended to include five bedrooms encompassing the entire fifth floor, reflects the glamorous era of the great transatlantic liners of the 1920s and 1930s.
It has a large, light-filled living room (with a real fire for chilly evenings), opening on to an amply proportioned outdoor terrace with rooftop views across Mayfair towards the City of London. There is plenty of room to entertain: the dining room seats eight with ease, and the custom-designed lacquer drinks cabinet serves up a decadent selection of Prohibition-era cocktails. The spacious pantry kitchen is replenished every day with a feast of tempting goodies.
Over the last year The Beaumont's presidential suite has undergone a complete transformation under the creative direction of the late Thierry Despont. The freshly redesigned and refurbished suite boasts a sumptuous mix of bespoke furnishings, antique bronze glass and Art Deco furniture, as well as an outstanding collection of modern art.
Named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was a notable supporter of the arts, this sensational suite features works from the 1930s to the present day, by American and British artists including Henri Matisse, Alexander Calder, Robert Motherwell and Anne Desmet. Offering complete peace and privacy, The Roosevelt is the ultimate home-from-home in the heart of Mayfair.
169m² one-bedroom Roosevelt Suite - 606m² in a 5-bedroom configuration
1,820ft² one-bedroom Roosevelt Suite - 6,525ft² in a 5-bedroom configuration
Large, bright sitting room
Separate dining room
seating eight people
Access by private hallway to a further three bedrooms
Entire floor, with five bedrooms, can be taken
stocked to guest's wishes
Large, east-facing terrace
with dining furniture
Large dressing room
with organic, hand-made mattress
Luxury marble bathroom
with a bath, a large walk-in shower and underfloor heating
Traditional D R Harris products
We offer all guests staying at The Beaumont complimentary: