“Esteemed for its five red stars and service excellence, The Landmark London transports guests back to a time of un-imagined opulence and comfort”.

Located in stylish Marylebone, adjacent to Marylebone station, The Landmark London originally opened as The Great Central Hotel in 1899.

Among the last of the great Victorian railway hotels, the hotel’s design reflects the wealth and power of the era, and today’s newly-restored masterpiece will transport guests back to a time of unimagined opulence and comfort.

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An outstanding feature of the 300-room hotel, a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, is the soaring eight-storey glass-roofed atrium, providing a sense of space and light unique amongst London hotels.


“Here at The Landmark London, we strive to provide our customers with a luxurious home away from home. We are proud of our five red stars and reputation for high quality services amongst our guests. In order to ensure we are constantly delivering memorable moments we have standards of procedures that guide our team members to achieve service excellence,” enthuses Andrew Bachelor, hotel manager, The Landmark London.

The Landmark Mirror Bar

Of the 300 lavish rooms, 51 are suites. Guest rooms, some of the largest in London, are located over six floors, with an average size of 55 square metres and in-room features including walk-in showers and Nespresso coffee machines.

“The Landmark London’s 300 guestrooms ensures a good range of rooms and facilities for families, couples or business travellers when they stay in the capital. We also have two different restaurant options – one fine dining with two AA rosettes and the other an informal brasserie experience perfect for all tastes,” Bachelor comments.


Situated beneath the stunning atrium, The Winter Garden offers a wide selection of modern European cuisine from which guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in picturesque surroundings.

Every Sunday, selected musicians take the stage of The Gazebo, a relaxing area for coffee and light meals on the mezzanine level, to provide an aural backdrop to London’s premier Sunday Champagne Brunch.


The Mirror Bar’s luxurious surroundings make it a decadent place to indulge in Champagne and cocktails, as well as some of the world’s finest Cognacs and Whiskies. All the design elements in The Mirror Bar are couture and bespoke in a style reminiscent of a bygone era, while twotwentytwo Restaurant & Bar offers fantastic cocktails, a vast selection of beers, spirits, carefully chosen wines and an extensive European menu

The Landmark Spa & Health Club

The Spa & Health Club at The Landmark London is one of the leading destination spas in the capital – complete with a 15-metre chlorine-free, heated swimming pool, a glass-walled poolside Klafs sanarium, menthol and sandalwood showers, steam rooms, a whirlpool, plus lavish treatment rooms and a state-of-the-art gymnasium.

Guest services are first-rate and include its twice daily housekeeping service with evening turndown, 24-hour housekeeping and concierge, valet parking, foreign currency exchange, in-house laundry and dry-cleaning, complimentary shoe shining service and multi-lingual staff – over 47 languages are spoken throughout the hotel.

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For meetings and events, the property boasts 11 banqueting rooms, offering flexibility with a variety of breakout and configuration options, and the added benefit of high-speed Internet access and Wired-in Portal access. Most rooms offer natural daylight, original design features and high sculptured ceilings. As well as acting as exceptional meeting venues, all rooms are ideal for private dining and banquets, and both wedding ceremonies and receptions.


“We have a sophisticated bar, world-class banqueting, conference and events facilities, a destination spa and recently-refurbished health club to complete our offering. I think that our extensive luxury facilities combined with excellent personalized service with elegance and classical style makes it a truly iconic hotel,” Bachelor adds.


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