COMO Metropolitan London

Rated 8.5 in 544 reviews. 153 rooms.


Welcome to COMO Metropolitan London, a light-filled Mayfair hotel, located in one of the best locations in Central London. On one side, the luscious Hyde Park. On the other, the glamorous shops and restaurants of Shepherd Market, Knightsbridge and Bond Street.

All 144 rooms, suites and 19 private residences boasts natural daylight through expansive windows and is home to a fresh palette of natural hues and textures, featuring Nespresso machines, Loewe interactive TV’s, COMO Shambhala toiletries and luxury bathrobes and slippers.

Public spaces include the Japanese-Peruvian restaurant, Nobu, which buzzes at lunch and dinner with devotees of its renowned cuisine, and the Lobby Lounge, perfect for fresh Italian coffees and light bites thanks to its all-day dining menu.

For a quieter moment, guests can enjoy the private gym and COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, offering a full range of award-winning holistic therapies, treatments and yoga, perfect for rejuvenating after a busy day exploring the capital.

Spa Facilities

  • Foot bath
  • Spa/wellness packages
  • Fitness
  • Yoga classes
  • Fitness classes
  • Personal trainer
  • Fitness/spa locker rooms
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Massage
  • Spa facilities
  • Steam room
  • Spa lounge/relaxation area

Available Rooms

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near COMO Metropolitan London

  1. Nobu

    Great food, cool ambiance .. just rather mixed / pretentious in service

    31 m from hotel
    19 Old Park Ln

  2. Galvin At Windows

    Galvin at Windows seems to have achieved a winning combination. The views and setting are stunning, the menu consists of the kind of food you want to eat quite often, and it is executed precisely.

    56 m from hotel
    22 Park Lane

  3. Hard Rock Cafe London

    On 14 June 1971, two wild & crazy Americans opened up a burger joint in the heart of London. Thankfully for us, their venture proved successful, now counting Cafe, Hotel & Casino locations worldwide.

    144 m from hotel
    150 Old Park Ln

  4. COYA London

    At the newest opening from restaurateur Arjun Waney, aristos and art dealers alike dine on sea-bream ceviche, rib eye with chimichurri, and other bites from Peru. More:

    173 m from hotel
    118 Piccadilly

  5. CUT at 45 Park Lane

    It's where Brad & Angelina order a steak when they're in town. Opened by Wolfgang Puck, this upscale eatery also serves up a special Sunday brunch, where mixologists customize Bloody Mary concoctions.

    210 m from hotel
    45 Park Ln

  6. Burger & Lobster

    Dont miss their whole lobster and lobster rolls! The only drawback is the process of cutting which i found difficult. You get to wear a plastic apron. For 20£ you get a whole lobster, fries and salad.

    408 m from hotel
    29 Clarges St

  7. Green Park

    In the 18th century the park was notorious for highwaymen and Horace Walpole was one of many robbed here. Handel’s ‘Music for the Royal Fireworks’ was composed for an event here in 1749.

    449 m from hotel

  8. Hyde Park Corner

    Love the flowers in this park!

    480 m from hotel
    Park Ln

  9. Novikov

    If ur lucky, try the fresh king crab! A bit pricy but how often wud u have a taste of that? With the black cod and some Turtle Legs, accompanied by Gyotaku! OMFG the Gyotaku!! Jorge's ur wine man👍.

    0.6 km from hotel
    50a Berkeley St

  10. Buckingham Palace

    While the daily changing of the guards is a tourist magnet, this majestic palace is a London icon and home of the Queen. You know that she is in residence when the flag is flying above the palace!

    0.7 km from hotel
    Buckingham Palace Rd

  11. Fortnum & Mason

    For a treasure trove of festive delights, head to Fortnum & Mason where hampers come packaged in signature F&M-stamped wicker baskets, and for special orders, come delivered on a horse drawn carriage.

    0.9 km from hotel
    181 Piccadilly

  12. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    2.3 km from hotel
    Great Russell St