Nice location just opposite Marylebone tube station
Full service spa with relaxing sanariums and a 15-meter pool
Elegant and classy ambience
Gorgeous central courtyard complete with a glass rooftop, palm trees, and pristine white stoned walls
Bright spacious rooms, even at entry-level category
Full range of event spaces in all shapes and sizes
Fee for parking
The 300-room Landmark is a beautiful and luxurious hotel located in the heart of aristocratic Marylebone. Key defining highlights are its spacious rooms, the fantastic central atrium with palm trees stretching up to a glass roof, and the sexy-and-sophisticated on-site restaurant. The elegant vibe extends to the on-site spa, with an indoor pool and fitness center.
With high Victorian ceilings, marbled archways, and a beautiful white stone-walled central atrium, the Landmark delivers in both elegance and period style throughout the common spaces -- particularly in the ultra-sophisticated restaurant and the grand lobby areas. Rooms are pleasant and neutral in decor, and despite the similar style of furnishings between rooms (black and white pillows with tribal animal silhouettes adorn many of the room categories), the hotel succeeds in avoiding a look that’s overtly corporate.
But all this elegance is cheapened by the fact that the hotel charges for use of amenities such as the fitness center and pool.
Just opposite Marylebone tube station, in the popular West End
Aristocratic Marylebone is generally a wealthy residential area and has been home to some well-known stars, including Guy Ritchie and Madonna, Jimi Hendrix, Yoko Ono and John Lennon, and Noel Gallagher of the band Oasis. On a more scholarly level, other notable residents have included Charles Dickens, H.G. Wells, and the fictitious Sherlock Holmes.
35-minute drive to Heathrow Airport
10-minute walk to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
10-minute walk to Regent’s Park
11-minute tube ride to Piccadilly Circus station and theatre district
12-minute tube ride to Bond Street and West End shopping district, including Selfridge’s
12-minute tube ride to Charing Cross station and Trafalgar Square, National Portrait Gallery, London ICA, Tate Modern and the South Bank
12-minute tube ride to Notting Hill Gate station and Portobello Market
14-minute tube ride to Green Park station and Buckingham Palace
16-minute tube ride to Westminster station including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, London Eye, and scenic walks along the Thames
18-minute tube ride to St. John’s Wood station and Abbey Road of Beatles fame
20-minute tube ride to Covent Garden
21-minute tube ride to Knightsbridge station and Knightsbridge shopping district, including designer shops and Harrod’s
twotwentytwo Restaurant & Bar has original oak-wood paneling, sculpted ceilings, oversized mirrors and a wine library to complement its chic menu of modern European cuisine.
Nestled under the dazzling glass rooftop amid soaring palm trees and white stone walls, The Winter Garden serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner daily. There is live entertainment on Sundays.
The Mirror Bar is furnished in distinguished shades of steel and charcoal, and serves a selection of the fine cognacs and whiskies, along with champagne and cocktails.
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