People tend to check in during these times:
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!
45 Berkeley Sq was the London home of Robert Clive, who established British dominance in India in the 18th century. Accused of corruption and racked by illness, he committed suicide here in 1774.
44 Berkeley Sq, designed by William Kent, has been described as the finest terrace house in London. It’s now home to the Clermont Club, where Lord Lucan was expected the night he disappeared.
Don't miss the stunning mid-century Jean Prouve door Gallerie Downtown F. Laffanour installed in its booth to close off its office.
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.
Sit in the sun during lunch, admire the posh cars & suited office workers! Lola's cupcakes is only a few minutes away if u have a sweet tooth
Read all the plaques on the benches!
Not a bad place to find great restaurants..
Amazing ancient trees. Must have escaped from a rain forest in primeval times!
Babble has a good crowd, bad beer selection
Nice trees, nice autos.
Enjoy the park and surroundings. This is LONDON
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.
Where rich people meet richer people and where there is more custom plates than regular ;). Very nice park, especially in the summer.
Great spot to park the car in the evening, ideal for Mayfair's evening entertainment. However most of the spaces are gone by 730/800pm
Home of Harriet Westerman in Imogen Robertson's novel Anatomy of Murder
The oldest trees in London. Nice.