The Mandeville Hotel
Located in the heart of London’s West End, in the ever so fashionable Marylebone neighborhood, The Mandeville Hotel is brimming with character. The four-star boutique hotel welcomes you with a marble floor, bold patterned armchairs, bright red leathers sofas, an eye-catching chandelier, and a large red toy sports car. Playful touches extend into the elevators with London-themed wallpaper. Designers from around the world have also made their mark on the comfortable guestrooms, as well as in the Reform Social & Grill eatery, inspired by the classic British gentleman’s club.
- Book one of the gorgeous Maison Christian Lacroix-styled Riviera Rooms
- Try one of the many imaginative varieties of afternoon tea at the hotel
- Settle in to one of 142 chic, individually designed guestrooms
- Sink into an armchair with a drink in the Chesterfield chair-lined lounge
- Make use of the knowledgeable concierge who will help you explore the chic area
Set amid the Victorian architecture of Marylebone Village, The Mandeville Hotel delivers its service with a large helping of style and considered panache. A mix of Old World comfort and modern luxuries, it has Selfridges and the high-end shops of Bond Street around the corner, as well as all the delights of London’s theaters, parks, restaurants, and world-renowned sights.
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Much thought has gone into every one of the 142, Stephen Ryan-designed guestrooms and suites at The Mandeville Hotel. Each distinctly decorated room has been furnished with hand-selected Julian Chichester furniture and fabrics, creating distinct and memorable experiences. There are several categories of rooms, including the bijou Tiny Single Room — perfect if you are traveling on your own, flamboyant Riviera Rooms, and spacious suites. If you are looking to splurge in style, opt for the Balcony Suite. It has a superb terrace with views over the West End and is set over two floors. Executive Double rooms can be adapted for families with small children by providing an extra bed or a sofa-bed.
Common to every room is a complimentary newspaper, C.O. Bigelow Apothecaries toiletries, and lovely beds with feather pillows and lush white linens. You can also expect Nespresso machines, large bathrooms, and lovely monogrammed slippers to slip on after a relaxing shower.
For a true sense of British style, dine in at the Reform Social & Grill, with the feel of an updated gentleman’s club or speakeasy. The afternoon tea menu is lauded. Beyond the hotel, the Marylebone area is packed with restaurants and bars for dining out. Try upscale American food at the Chiltern Firehouse and inventive Japanese creations at Dinings.
Reform Social & Grill – With copper walls and leather banquettes, this is a place worth spending your time, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, tea, or dinner. The British-based menu encourages you to sample the likes of ham hock croquettes, minted lamb cutlets, or pork chops. The weekend brunch includes roasted vegetable Wellington. There is a Yorkshire pudding menu, both savory and sweet, and various afternoon teas, including a gentleman’s and a children’s version.
The bar – Drinks at The Mandeville Hotel bar are an essential part of the evening. Try one of the signature cocktails while enjoying a bar snack, or take it up a notch and sign up for a cocktail-making masterclass with the hotel’s mixologist. The bar also has a selection of “retox” and detox drinks, as well as smoothies.
If you are focused on relaxing and are happy to stay in or close to your charming guestroom or suite, The Mandeville Hotel is perfectly placed to provide everything you need. Relax and book room service. Connect with friends using the free WiFi. Slip into a bathrobe and watch a movie on the flat screen TV, or get dressed up and enjoy fine dining at the on-site Reform Social & Grill.
The hotel is in one of London’s loveliest areas, home to a mix of leafy squares, independent shops, cafés, a weekend farmers’ market, bars, and restaurants. You are also a stroll away from the best of London’s shopping districts. The high-street chains of Oxford Street are close by, as are the designer boutiques of Bond Street. For art lovers, the Wallace Collection in Manchester Square is a gem and the hotel also has details of an excellent walking tour of Marylebone.
The Mandeville Hotel
The Mandeville Hotel is on a peaceful street in the heart of Marylebone, which is only a short stroll from Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, and the shops of Oxford Street.
AirportsHeathrow Airport is 18 mi / 29 km and London City Airport 10 mi / 16 km away.
There are good train and underground links from Baker Street and Marylebone. Bond Street and Oxford Street are the nearest tube stations.