London, Greater London W1J 6BD
- Don't miss the stunning mid-century Jean Prouve door Gallerie Downtown F. Laffanour installed in its booth to close off its office.
- 50 Berkeley Sq, once home of Prime Minister George Canning and now of antiquarian book dealers Maggs, was famous to Victorians as the most haunted house in London!
- The plane trees were planted in 1789, and are among the oldest in central London. The Capital Asset Value for Amenity Trees system values one at 750,000, making it the most valuable tree in Britain.
- Perfect small park to have relaxed moment in the middle of the city. + here is one of the best Pret. Take your lunch and lay down on the grass.
- Right in the heart of Mayfair.
- One of my fav. Squares
- It's a small and beautiful park, an oasis in a desert of consumerist tat. Bring your overpriced coffee and relax.
- Not a bad place to find great restaurants..
- 44 Berkeley Sq, designed by William Kent, has been described as the finest terrace house in London. Its now home to the Clermont Club, where Lord Lucan was expected the night he disappeared.
- Read all the plaques on the benches!
- Always been a cool square
- Beautiful little park to sit on benches for lunch
- Nice for a quick lunch break if you are in the area
- Lots of benches to rest.
- Small, but cozy, park near the hubbub of Mayfair. Good for reading a book or chatting with friends, not really room to meander.
- Walking to mount street. Wonderful sight seeing. Posh and classy. Sports cars. Beautiful water fountain outside the connaught
- Look out for a nightingale!
- Resturants galore .... novikov sumosan hakkasan nobu and your welcome ...