The Landmark London

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The Landmark is directly across from Marylebone station, making it easy to reach the trains to the Chilterns, Bakerloo Line, or simply an M&S for some late-night snacks.

In addition, the Landmark has a distinguished background as one of London’s opulent Victorian-era railroad hotels. Only a short stroll will take you to Regent’s Park’s entrance, and it will take you no more than ten minutes to get to Baker Street’s Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds.

Locations close to the hotel

 

  • Lisson Street Community Gardens
  • Connaught Square
  • Broadley Street Gardens
  • Manchester Square
  • Paddington Street Gardens
  • Floating Pocket Park
  • Madame Tussauds
  • Hyde Park Square
  • Tresham Gardens
  • Home House Club

 

Facilities and Services

You are brought inside the reception room after doormen open the large, the red-brick building’s fan window-topped doors. This leads to the hotel’s grand Winter Garden, a stunning courtyard with a glass ceiling. The large area is adorned with towering palm trees, lush vegetation, street lamp-style lighting, and black balustrades, all of which contribute to the indoor/outdoor ambiance as well as the bedroom windows that look out over the action.

It is constantly bustling with people having afternoon tea, drinks, or dinner while listening to a harp or a piano play. Although there is a decidedly traditional vibe, there is no sense of fading grandeur because everything is kept in spotless condition.

Even though the hotel is busy, the staff frequently appears to be larger than the number of visitors and is very attentive; for example, at breakfast, champagne glasses are topped off immediately after you take a sip. Additionally, a top-notch concierge staff can book theater and restaurant reservations.

As one of London’s traditional five-star hotels, you can anticipate a good selection of amenities. A sauna, hot tub, and steam room in the spa area surround a decent-sized pool. The gym has glass walls with a view. Choose a facial if you choose a treatment because the spa employs Germaine de Cappucine skincare products, which are well renowned.

 

Amenities at the hotel

  • Swimming Pool

    The hotel has a swimming pool for guests.

  • Free Wifi

    There is fast and free Wifi access for all guests.

  • Fitness Center

    The fitness center features a treadmill, weights and other cardiovascular equipment. It is open 24 hours of the day.

  • Spa

    There is a spa and sauna at the hotel

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Rooms

The renovated rooms and suites have a new atmosphere, although they still have a vintage look. They are all designed similarly, with Smart TVs and feature walls in gray, keeping things modern and gold curtains and crystal chandeliers reminding you that you are in a luxurious hotel. In comparison to other hotels within the city.

With French doors dividing a bedroom from the lounge area and huge windows bringing light in, the range of Marylebone Suites is a fantastic option for individuals seeking to spread out a little more.

Accommodation Size
Superior Room
35sqm
Deluxe Room
42sqm
Executive Room
52sqm
Executive Family Room
52sqm
Corner Executive Room
70sqm
Marylebone Family Studio
60sqm
Marylebone Suite
55sqm
Atrium Suite
81sqm
Landmark Suite
110sqm

Room features

 

  • Bathrobe & Slippers
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar
  • Coffee maker

 

Meals

Plan a meal in the evocative Winter Garden, whether for afternoon tea, dinner, or the hotel’s fabled Sunday brunch with unlimited champagne, which must be reserved far in advance. The extravagant spread resembles the enormous buffets typically found in the United States.

Start with the hot breakfast selections, which feature dishes like small eggs Benedict and French toast with maple syrup poured on top. Then it’s on to the cold bar, where you can create Caesar salads of your own with silvery anchovies, thick parmesan shavings, and crisp lettuce while enjoying chilled mussels, king prawns, and some surprisingly good sushi. Large roast beef, hog, and lamb joints are served next. Other major dishes can include aubergine tortellini or a strongly flavored monkfish curry with coconut.

Even though food fatigue may set in by this point, the dessert table, with its orderly rows of little crème brûlées, macaroons in pastel colors, fresh fruit tarts, and blueberry cheesecakes, is hard to pass up. But, then, you might want to lie down.

Other restaurants nearby

 

  • Thornbury Castle
  • Gino’s Coffee Bar
  • Patisserie Valerie
  • Lola’s Cupcakes
  • Bagel Factory
  • Upper Crust

 

Price

Accommodation Price
Superior Room
$810
Deluxe Room
$850
Executive Room
$836
Executive Family Room
$1006
Corner Executive Room
$1006
Marylebone Family Studio
$1136
Marylebone Suite
$1163
Atrium Suite
$1202
Landmark Suite
$1921

Our Rating On The Landmark London

8.5/10
8.5/10

The Landmark is a stunning hotel with a fantastic location and courteous, helpful employees. Rooms that are roomy and comfy and the recreation facilities are excellent. The meal at the Grand Central restaurant was excellent, and the cocktail bar was wonderful.

- HotelStick's Team

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