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Landmark London (The)
222 Marylebone Road
Regents Park
London

NW1 6JQ | View map

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With a five-star rating, The Landmark London ranks amongst the finest of the Capital's leading luxury hotels. With its own distinctive style and ambience, it combines classic British elegance and grandeur with the deluxe facilities demanded by today's discerning travellers.

Encompassing some of the largest guest rooms in London, all rooms boast beautiful Italian marble en-suites, interactive television systems with email and high-speed Internet access, laptop safes and air-conditioning.

Eleven Conference and Banqueting rooms, cater for parties of 20 to 500. Most offer natural daylight, original design features and high ceilings.

Situated beneath the soaring eight-storey atrium, and offering international cuisine, is the spectacular Winter Garden. For a more informal setting, the classically English Cellars Bar and Restaurant provides traditional English food, beers, wines and cocktails.

The Health Club and Spa provides sheer opulence in health and fitness service and facilities, with a 15-metre swimming pool, fully-equipped gymnasium, spa, saunas and steam rooms, and ESPA beauty treatments and massages.

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Ratings/Awards: 5 Red Stars
Number of Rooms: 299
Number Ensuite: 299
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Restaurant

Name: The Winter Garden
Cuisine: Modern/International
Chef: Gary Klaner

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
Gym
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
MiniBar
Conference/Business Facilities - & IT Centre

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