First Look: London's May Fair Hotel Opens Ebony Suite

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We love London's May Fair hotel, and we're excited to hear about their brand new Ebony Suite.

 

What makes it special: The Ebony Suite has a private terrace and high-end TOTO bathroom technology, including an illuminated elevated bath; color-changing, heat-sensitive sink controls; a shower with horizontal water massage; and a fully automated Washlet toilet, complete with remote control.

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Designed for entertaining, the Ebony Suite has a large lounge area, complete with four-person dining table, 52” flat screen TV, kitchenette and separate guest bathroom. The suite can connect to an adjoining King Standard Bedroom—even better, when booked as a two-bedroom suite, guests can also make use of the suite’s separate entrance, which doubles up as a private lobby.

The May Fair Hotel is located on Stratton Street in London's Mayfair neighborhood.  For more information, visit www.themayfairsuites.co.uk.

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