The Landmark London

222 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 6JQ, United Kingdom
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Absolute Luxury but Sometimes at a Bargain Price !

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 4, 2007

We had only been going out for a short time and it was my girlfriend Shelley's 30th birthday and I really wanted to spoil her.

I had booked surprise tickets for the theatre plus tables at two of my favourite restaurants for lunch and dinner but the biggest surprise of the lot was to be the suite at the Landmark Hotel by Marylebone Station.

It's a huge place and very easy to get lost but there are staff everywhere and without exception they fell over themselves to be helpful. It seems that a dictate must have gone out that if you ask them how to get somewhere they actually take you there rather than tell you were it is - A bit like asking where the couscous is in your local Tesco supermarket.

The suite was absolutely enormous, or at least so it seemed to us two, who are far more used to the delights of the Holiday Inn than somewhere like this. However, I had done my homework and by shopping around and booking at the last minute I got an amazingly low rate. (Sssh - Don't tell Shelley!)

Everything in the suite worked exactly as it was supposed to ... the fancy hi-fi, the huge flatscreen telly etc etc. We twice ordered snacks via room service and they turned up promptly and were delicious. We loved everything about the place and had a most romantic day (and night). One that I will remember till the day I die.

Unique Quality: The Atrium where you have your fantastic breakfast has to be seen to be believed. There are palm trees from floor to the very high ceiling and folliage everywhere. Capturing the atmosphere and how amazed and delighted we both were to actually be staying there almost defies my powers of description.

Directions: Come out of Marylebone Station and you are at the backdoor of the hotel.

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A realy swanky place

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 10, 2005

I stayed here back in 1997for two nights, thanks my Dad winning a weekend trip all expenses paid to London. A very nice place if you're spending other peoples money.

Plenty of stories to tell about this place including the one about the champagne bottles. This happened due to , as I mentioned before, my Dad winning a competition. We were just settling in to the rooms and there was a knock at the door...bottle of champagne compliments of the management! Very nice too...and I settled down to pop the cork. Another knock at the door...bottle of champagne compliments of the management!! Well I wasn't going to turn it away was I! Excellent champagne too...also as it was a Carlsberg competition...all the Carlsberg in the minibar was free too! I woke up with a bit of a fuzzy head in the morning.

Unique Quality: Excellent food for both breakfast and for dinner. Bars were relaxing.

Interesting story about the couple of young girls who were sitting in the bar area. They ordered very expensive cocktails...however one of the girls thougt that the drinks were not up to scratch.

They mentioned this to the barman who duely brought them another drink. This was still not "good enough" and so the barman went back and forth with at least six new drinks! I dread to think what the bar bill added up to, but I suppose it was how the other half live.

Any how, after the bar manager became involved the girl duely accepted her drink, still saying that "it was not as good as some other places I've been to". The suprising thing about this story is the attitude of the hotel staff...well in normal places you would get short shrift for complaining too much, but in this place the staff couildn't do enough for you and it seemed as if the would happily make you as many cocktails as it took to make you happy.

Directions: Just along the road rom Paddington railway station.

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Landmark

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by written on October 14, 2003

I was fortunate enough to stay at the luxurious Landmark during my business stay in London. In the center of Marylebone and easy access to Regent's Park, Hyde Park, and, Green Park. You can have a morning jog in one of parks before starting out the day.

Unique Quality: Great facilities, luxurious accommodations. The atrium, as seen in the picture, is gorgeous.

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The Landmark London -- The...

by written on August 24, 2002

The Landmark London -- The Landmark has been officially voted 'Independent Hotel of the Year' at the London Tourism Awards. I styed here on a business trip and fell in love with the hotel - it is exquisite.

Unique Quality: Among the largest London has to offer, The Landmark's guest rooms average 55 square metres in size with Deluxe and Studio Suites ranging up to 72 square metres.

Directions: Ideally located in the heart of Marylebone, facing Regent's Park, The Landmark is within convenient reach of London's West End and the City, also allowing easy access to Heathrow Airport and the North

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Address: 222 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 6JQ, United Kingdom

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Amenities at The Landmark London

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Free High Speed Internet
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