The Landmark London

Address: 222 Marylebone Road, London, England, NW1 6JQ, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near Baker Street, Osterley Park, Lloyd's Building, and Landmark London Health Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Landmark London

    Reviewed by gddillard

    An Oasis of Palm Trees in the center of the City!

    Reviewed Aug 15, 2013
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    On Marylebone Rd 10 minutes from Buckingham Palace sits "The Landmark". A very fine hotel with a courtyard like no other. Massive Palm trees-(fake-but hard to tell), impeccable service-large spotless rooms and 2 blocks from the most famous Fish & Chips establishment in London.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Landmark London

    Lovely but some rooms better than others


    Originally given superior room on 6th floor. Very nicely furnished but rather long and thin with the roof reducing the headroom on the long side. Felt a bit cramped so asked to be moved. No other rooms available in the same catergory so upgraded to a suite which was utterly fantastic and only 45 a night more. Complimentary overnight shoe cleaning service nice added touch.

    Should be the No.1 hotel in London


    I just arrived back from a 5 night stay at this hotel 2 days ago. It location is super and the tube station to the back of the hotel is litrally only a 5 second walk! The winter garden is so picturesque and I suggest that you request a room overlooking it (the odd numbered rooms), as the view is great. The rooms are huge and furnished to a very high standard and the bathrooms are also massive and very well equipt. The staff at the hotel are very attentive and the John Burton Race restaurant is delicious. Even though I arrived at 12 and I wasnt expected til 2 my room was already ready and the staff said it was no problem at all. I would definitely recommend this hotel for anyone going on a luxury break to London, as even though it is quite expensive you certainly get everything you pay for and more.

    Landmark Hotel surpassed expectation


    We arrived at the Landmark on Saturday and were greeted very professionally, as we arrived at 12.00 and not due to check in until 14.00, the hotel upgraded us for free to a suite. The overall service was fantastic and would recommend this hotel to all, as i booked the deal through Octopuss travel and obtained a fab deal. This made our stay a memorable one and enhanced our Engagement to a life time memory.The staff serviced our every need and the cleaniness, attitude, surroundings, food, drinks etc... were excellent.I have stayed in many 5* hotels and must state this is one of the better ones, well recommended.

    Very Good Place


    We stayed at the Landmark the week between Christmas and New Year's. I picked it largely because of the glowing reviews on this site. We were not disappointed. Its a lovely place. Though out of the way a little, there are tube stops out the back door of the hotel and 2 blocks away.

    The neighborhood is nice and a few great pubs withing a few blocks. The service was very good and, while expensive, the breakfast we had at the atrium was excellent. The only reservation I have is the fact that we arrrived with 3 children, sometimes a little loud and crazed, and there definately were a few raised eyebrows at times. Perhaps its a tad too nice for a gaggle of kids in tow. If my wife and I went back I would definately stay here again. If we went back with the kids I might find something a little more laid back. The health club is nice and pool much appreciated.

    Great Hotel


    My family stayed there for 6 nights between the last week in July and the first week in August 2003. We booked 2 rooms for 4 people.

    When we arrived, the rooms were not ready. For the inconvenience, the hotel gave my wife and me a deluxe room. My daughters room was large for a London Hotel but the deluxe room was a bit larger with a sitting area. The deluxe room has a large bathroom with separate tub and shower. For a large bathroom, there was not much shelf space to put our personal toiletries. We had to move some towels on the shelf around to put our toiletries. The deluxe has a fancy closet that lights up when the door is opened. The bathrooms are equipped with hairdryers but not up to the heat capacities of US hairdryers.

    The Airconditioning works! We stayed there during a scorching summer.

    The rooms stayed cool and the atrium dining stayed cool. It was always a relief to be able to get back into the comfort of the hotel. A big plus is the swimming pool. My daughter and her schoolfriend would get into the pool at every opportunity.

    There are some conveniences that are missing. Where some hotels might have a small coffee machine or a small ironing board and iron - these are missing. You order in the coffee and request the ironing board and iron from Housekeeping. This could lead to a panic situation when you are trying to get ready for a show and realize that you need to iron something. I guess a higher class 5 star - send eveything out in advance?

    Housekeeping draws the shades at night and pulls the bedcovers. Nice touch. But in comparison, other 5-stars will do the same and leave a small fruit basket or chocolate.

    There is not much to view from the windows. The choices were the atrium view or the outside view. There is not much to see on the street or the atrium.

    Dining at the atrium or the downstairs bar is good but could be expensive. The daily continental breakfast was quite good since it was part of our travel package. It would have been prohibitively expensive if purchased separately. They have a jazz champagne brunch on Sundays at the Atrium- about 50 pounds a person. We were not able to try it because we were off to catch a tour. We saw the preparations and it looked like an elegant affair. Snack wise, instead of using the minirefrigerator stacks, just walk across the street to Marylebone tube station. There is a Marks & Spencer where bottled drinks, juices, snacks, treats and sandwiches can be purchased. Get the snacks and stuff it in the minfridge. This kept my daughter happy with her snacks in their room. This was a better deal.

    The Marylebone tube station, at the rear of the hotel, has the Bakerloo line. It is only 2 stops to Paddington. Without transferring, you can get to Charing Cross (Trafalgar Square) or Embankment (River Thames).

    Real convenient!

    The hotel is within walking distance to Madame Tussauds. Or take a one stop tube ride to Baker Street and a shorter walk to Mdm Ts. And while at Baker Street, there are a few good places to eat around the area.

    The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. My family has stayed at several 5-star London hotels and this is one hotel of the few that we would come back to.



    This hotel is just amazing, everything about it is perfect! It may be quite expensive but believe me it is worth it!! And even better its got a train and underground station opposite the rear of the hotel; so great transport links too!! The rooms are massive along with the bathrooms, and the staff are there to cater for your every need! I loved it so much im going back in a couple of weeks! Definitely rocommended!!

    The Landmark Hotel


    We visited London in August 2002 and, booking a special internet fare, stayed in The Landmark Hotel for around $700 for 2 nights. The hotel was beautiful and luxurious, the staff incredibly attentive, and the conciere got us great seats to Mama Mia on a moment's notice for a Sat night. The tube station was conviently located just outside the back of the hotel - If you want to go first class and can afford it, this is a great place. One suggestion - if you eat breakfast, be sure to have the special fixed price otherwise you will end up paying a fortune ($75 for 2 a la carte)

    Truly Amazing Hotel


    This is by far the best Hotel i've EVER stayed at! The staff are so welcoming from the moment you walk in and the Winter Garden is just gorgeous. The guest rooms are huge and and luxuriously decorated, and the health club is fab and if you go down early you get a complimentary breakfast! Opposite the back of the hotel is Malybrone Station, which has excelent train and underground links to the rest of London! What more could you ask for!!?

    Loved it!!


    I visited the Landmark in August 2002 with my 2 kids. As we entered the lobby we felt as though we were thrown into the lap of luxury. For the price, I felt that I had gotten way more than what I was spending. Our room was a Junior Suite it was massive. The bathroom was stunning with Crabtree and Evelyn Toiletries. The staff was very friendly and accomodating. The facilities were clean the spa and indoor pool always had complimentary continental breakfast in the mornings. I would definitely recommend this hotel !!

    Take me back


    My just teenaged son and I stayed here upon our arrival from the USA to Europe. We were haggared, worn, and clearly not upper class. From the person at the desk to every single person in the hotel, we were treated like visiting rich relatives. I can imagine no better place to call home while away from home. There are certainly many wonderful hotels in London, but you cannot regret this choice.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Landmark London

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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