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The Landmark London, London

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Classic Luxury Hotel | City Setting
222 Marylebone Road – London – NW1 6JQ – England
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Hotel Introduction
The Landmark is a haven in the middle of a busy city, whether you need a tranquil space to conduct business, a romantic environment for a weekend getaway, or a full-service hotel to keep the kids happy while on holiday.

Its ideal location next to Regent’s Park is just the beginning of the remarkable amenities at the Landmark. Make time for a rejuvenating workout in the ultra-modern fitness centre or treat yourself to a long list of indulgent spa services at the on-site facilities. Dine in style at the gorgeous Winter Garden or sip a glass of your favourite wine or cognac at the two elegant bars.

The rooms and suites are among the largest in London, offering expansive windows, period furnishings and artwork, White Company bath products, and oversized plush bathrobes; many rooms also feature marble bathrooms with separate bath and shower. Modern technologies such as high-speed Internet access, in-room data lines and modem connection, and satellite TV channels with on-demand movies are also available to keep guests entertained and connected.

Dining
A dazzling eight-story glass atrium is home to the Winter Garden, a restaurant whose ambience is as impressive as its food. From breakfast through dinner, you can choose from delicious menus featuring comforting, upscale fare. A traditional afternoon tea is also served in the Winter Garden, complete with a tempting array of sandwiches, pastries, scones, and a huge selection of teas. The Mirror Bar recalls the hotel’s Victorian heritage while providing a sumptuous environment in which to enjoy cocktails, cognacs, and cigars. The chic twotwentytwo Bar and Restaurant offers a list of hand-selected wines, champagnes, and cocktails, as well as a modern European menu.

Spa
Work up a sweat in the Landmark’s state-of-the art fitness centre, where you can also get an individual fitness assessment and training program. Each piece of cardio equipment has an integrated personal audiovisual system, so you can choose your own entertainment. Afterward, relax in the 15-metre heated swimming pool, steam rooms, and sanarium facilities. To experience rejuvenation for your whole body, book an ESPA beauty treatment or massage from the extensive menu of services.

Hotel Features
The Relaxation Room at the hotel’s spa provides a different way to extend the spa experience: through sense stimulation. Aromatherapy oils, soothing music, and mood lighting surround guests as they relax on personal loungers.

Meetings
The Landmark has hosted a variety of high-profile events—including parties for the BAFTA ceremonies and banquets for the Queen—and provides ten elegant, flexible function rooms for any gathering. The Grand Ballroom is ideal for large receptions or balls, capable of comfortably hosting up to 500 people in splendid style. For smaller meetings or private dinners, the four Landmark Rooms offer a world of technology, glorious natural light, and refined décor.

Location
The Landmark London Hotel is ideally located in the City of Westminster, which is in the heart of London and is home to the Monarchy, the Governement and many key tourist attractions. It has the largest concentration of visitor attractions in London - including prestigious landmarks such as Buckingham Palace , Westminster Abbey and Trafalgar Square, as well as, most of the West End theatres and world famous shopping areas of Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street.

From London Heathrow take the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station and then transfer by tube to either Marylebone Station (0.1 miles from the hotel) or Edgware Road Station (0.3 miles). From London Gatwick take the Gatwick Express into Victoria Station, then transfer by tube to Marylebone or Edgware Road Station. Equally accessible are London’s other airports: London City (10.7 miles), Stansted (36 miles) and Luton (29.7 miles).

The hotel Concierge can be contacted in order to arrange a transfer. Please note that a fee will apply.

Contacts
222 Marylebone Road – London – NW1 6JQ – England

Tel : +44 (0) 20 7631 8000
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7631 8080

 

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