Spacious rooms, luxurious all round, incredible atrium, the most amazing cocktails, stunning decorations, lovely staff, overall amazing experience
It’s SO expensive!
Beautiful hotel in great loacation, but not perfect
Great spot right next to Marylebone station. Rooms were larger than expected. Interior of hotel and winter garden are beautiful. Pool is great, but see below.
Pool hours have crazy restrictions for kids. For example, no access on weekends between 10:30 - 18:30!
I liked my stay in Landmark and I would like to st
Great hotel, friendly and helpful staff, clean, well organized, big and comfortable halls, good security, good food, and excellent service.
Limited television satellite news channels (no CNN), limited television capabilities or a little bit difficult to find channels especially when one press button number 1. It doesn't recognize the difference between 1 and 11. Also it wasn't easy to find local BBC channels. No channel paper list in the room .
For an elegant pied à terre, few can match The Landmark London. Centrally located in the charming neighborhood of Marylebone, it ranks among the city’s leading luxury hotels. First opened in 1899 as The Great Central Hotel, more than a century later, The Landmark London continues to provide unparalleled service in an enduringly beautiful environment. Amenities and Services The Landmark’s guest rooms and suites are among the largest in London, providing space for business travelers and families alike. Eleven flexible meeting rooms have a dedicated staff working to make the events and conferences hosted there a success. The hotel’s award-winning afternoon tea is served in a soaring, eight story glass atrium, while the Landmark Spa & Health Club provides an ideal way to indulge after a day of sightseeing or meetings, with spa treatments, a pool, and gym. For all-day, in-house dining, the Winter Garden is ideal, while the TwoTwentyTwo Restaurant is great for meeting friends for dinner, and a cocktail at the alluring Mirror Bar is a must. Attractions The Landmark London is in walking distance of nearby Regent’s Park, with its traditional English gardens and tranquil paths. Shops and restaurants abound in the surrounding Marylebone neighborhood, and the Marylebone tube stop is around the corner from the hotel. A short taxi or train ride away are popular attractions like the Royal Opera House and Buckingham Palace.
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