My Husband and I stayed 2 nights at The Marylebone for his birthday recently. From the moment we arrived we were made to feel very welcome. The reception staff were courteous and efficient and we were offered refreshing towels. There was a wonderful smell in reception coming from a large candle on a console table near the lounge. One of the reception staff gave me the details as I was keen to know where I could purchase it. The spa/gym looked modern and well equiped. We had a superior room on the 5th floor at the end of a corridoor. The room was modern and light with a good sized bed. There was a good size flat screen tv but I was a little surprised by the lack of movies. It was very quiet so we had a good first night sleep (very important on a unusually child free weekend). The bathroom however was where the experience was let down a little. The bath panel looked tatty, there was a very 70s looking shaving mirror and telephone, most of the pipework was pitted and the toilet roll holder kept falling off. Also the hooks holding the bath robes hung over the toilet roll holder. When we went down for breakfast the staff addressed us by name. The continental breakfast was very comprehensive and the staff couldn't do enough to help. The toast wasn't the basic cheap brown/white dry thin stuff which can often be disappointing. Preserves by Tiptree, pots of marmite (we are in the love it camp), shot glasses of smoothies and plenty of fresh fruit and a nice selection of cold meat/cheese/fish amongst other things. There was also a selection of complimentary newspapers. The bar was quite buzzy and a good selection of drinks at typical London hotel prices plus a good range of light bites. Upon checkout we were offered bottles of water for our journey home. Overall it was a great stay and we would consider booking this hotel next time we are in London. I wanted to rate it as four and a half out of five but couldn't work out how to do it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recognised as one of the finest hotels in London, The Marylebone is a haven of understated and contemporary luxury that turns even the briefest of stays into a genuine pleasure. Located five minutes walk from Bond Street Station in the heart of the fashionable Marylebone Village, the hotel offers a variety of guest rooms that are light filled with Italian marble bathrooms and contemporary furnishings. All rooms include flat screen TVs, air conditioning, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, luxurious Aromatherapy Associates bathroom products, Nespresso coffee machines and still and sparkling water. Guests can enjoy complimentary access to London's trendiest health club, The Third Space, with a fully equipped gym, 18m swimming pool, daily fitness classes and spa with a range of treatments from Dr. Murad. A variety of meeting and private dining rooms are available for social occasions and business events. The vibrant 108 Brasserie and 108 Pantry, combine bar and restaurant to provide chic all-day dining offering simple British dishes made from the finest locally sourced ingredients. Be sure and try a super healthy juice or smoothie from The Juicery at The Doyle Collection, also available across the three London hotels. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marylebone Hotel London