The Mandeville Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This boutique hotel provides “characterful” (Condé Nast Johansens) accommodation in London’s Marylebone
- Oxford Street and Bond Street are a 5-minute walk away
- There’s a stylish cocktail bar and a grill restaurant serving “tasty solid choices” (The Daily Telegraph)
“Blissfully quiet but centrally located” (Condé Nast Johansens), The Mandeville Hotel provides “characterful” boutique accommodation in London’s Marylebone. The hotel occupies a townhouse-style property with a striking redbrick façade, amid a row of grand Victorian buildings five minutes’ walk from Bond Street and Oxford Street. Many of the city’s major sightseeing destinations are within a 30-minute walk of the hotel, from the “cultivated serenity” (Fodor’s) of Regent’s Park and the exhibit-packed British Museum, “one of the oldest and finest in the world” (Lonely Planet), to the nightlife hubs of Soho and Covent Garden, and iconic royal residence Buckingham Palace.
The Mandeville Hotel’s “quirky yet sophisticated” (Condé Nast Johansens) interiors include an “eye-catching” (The Daily Telegraph) lobby with marble floors and floral-patterned armchairs. There’s a grill restaurant “channelling a gentleman’s club vibe”, which serves an all-day British menu and houses a “glam” bar. Cocktail-making masterclasses are also available (for a surcharge).
“Expertly furnished guest rooms and suites are dressed in nothing but the finest fabrics”(Condé Nast Johansens), and include free Wi-Fi, mini bars, and tea- and coffee-making facilities, as well as marble bathrooms. Higher-tariff rooms add details such as Nespresso machines, walk-in showers and living areas, while sumptuous, individually themed rooms on the hotel’s fifth floor feature design by Christian Lacroix “in a feast of bright colours and patterns” (The Daily Telegraph). There are also two one-bedroom suites with separate sitting rooms, including one 2-storey suite with a private terrace. Room service is available 24/7.