We must of been lucky reading the other reveiws,
my boyfriend and I arrived at 10am after catching the easy bus service to finchley road and walking about 12minutes to the hotel.
We were informed we were too early to check in, the entrance hall was lovely and the staff although all seemed from different countries/backgrounds had good English, the man we delt with told us to come back in an hour and he'd see what he could do- we were offered king smoking / non smoking. chose non-smoking
went away to explore the area, had breakfast in weatherspoons and returned to a different set of receptionist staff who said they cant promise or allocate rooms before check in at 3pm! well i got slightly upset and we decided to go into london town and come back, just as i was leaving i forgot something in the bag in the place they keep them for you. so went back in to get something and our friendly receptionist was back speaking and pointin towards me.. he came running along with a key and said sorry about the problem, so off me and my boyfriend went. Room 532
see the photos
sooo soo clean, massive king size bed with duck/goose feather quilt/mattress topper and pillows. shower was okay, hot water and powerful enough, compliementary toiletries
EVERYDAY (3) our towels were cheanged and bed was made.
the room was fine for travelling and exploring london, gettin the tube from swiss cottage on the jubilee was alright! but wont be for a couple of months/ years as planned engineering works are taking place, the buses from round the corner probs dont take too long
day 2 we went for a swim at night, swimming pool isnt very great, very swallow and on a slope so cant really swim very far, no jaquzzi and no sauna as it was broken or something.
never ate at the hotel.
had a couple of drinks thought
2 guiness cost my boyfriend £9
and i got a cocktail which forgot to get charged and tripple madoori and lemonade for 2.50... think i was liked?
the balcony doors were shut as there was building works going on around the hotel? didnt really see any but the aircon wouls be sufficent. emm.. the king henry road side we were on was quite loud but we managed to sleep.. what can you expect in London anyway its a BIG CITY it's going to be Loud..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The London Marriott Hotel Regents Park provides a convenient base for the astute business traveller and leisure guest. This 4 star North London hotel offers spacious facilities and competitive rates combined with a close proximity to the city centre. Located a short walk from Swiss Cottage underground station on the Jubilee Line, the hotel is perfect for shoppers, visitors to the city and sports fans alike with direct connections to Wembley Stadium, Lord's Cricket Ground, Bond Street, Buckingham Palace, Parliament Square and Canary Wharf. In addition, the lively markets of Camden Town, Primrose Hill with its chic shops, quaint cafes and panoramic views across London, and ZSL London Zoo in Regent's Park are all just a short walk or bus ride away. The hotel has 304 spacious bedrooms. The Leisure Club's extensive onsite facilities benefit from a 15m swimming pool, sauna, steam room, solarium, gym and hair and beauty salons. Additional services include an Italian restaurant Carluccio's, 24 hour room service and on-site car parking. ... more less
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