The London Marriott Hotel Marble Arch is as centrally located as any business traveler or vacationer could ever hope, while a friendly staff and luxurious amenities make the hotel an ideal oasis unto itself.
About the Hotel:
The London Marriott Hotel Marble Arch offers 240 well-appointed rooms, including several accommodations ideal for families. The Brasserie Centrale cooks up innovative French dishes for dinner and serves buffet style breakfast in the mornings, while the hotel's other on-site restaurant, Chats Cafe Bar, is perfect for taking afternoon tea. A mini-market on the premises is ideal for picking up incidentals without leaving the property. The hotel is also notable for its Marriott Leisure Club, with its well-equipped fitness center, indoor swimming pool (a rarity in most big city hotels), and sauna.
The London Marriott Hotel Marble Arch is in the heart of London, minutes away from Hyde Park, the theater district, shopping on Oxford Street, and Piccadilly Circus, the so-called "Times Square" of London. Guests should also be sure to take a nostalgic walk on Abbey Road, site of the iconic Beatles' album cover. For travel throughout London, Edgware Road and Marble Arch are the closest tube stations to the hotel, and the Underground will whisk visitors almost anywhere in the city within minutes.
Everything (room, restaurant, bar, etc) was very clean. Staff was friendly and efficient Breakfast was excellent. with plenty of items to choose from
Local market and restaurant scene was dominated by middle eastern cuisine which does not agree with my palate.
Confortable room and use of pool
Didn't like the fact that even if you touched the fridge slightly you were charged for apparently drinking and eating the contents - had nothing to pay on credit card but still had to join a long queue whilst checking out as the bill put under my door was for £45 for drinks Id apparently had, so had to go to reception to get the bill sorted! It's a stupid process - you should only charge if drinks/food is consumed not if you open a door to a fridge- Ive never come across this before. When we were lining up at reception we were approached by a customer services representative of the hotel who asked whether we had any complaints. When I said yes, he immediately said to us would your complaint be about the fridge!!!!
The location of the hotel is great. It is close to two underground stations (Marble Arch and Edgware Road). However, i think that the rate of the hotel is quite expensive.
The location is good for leisure.
The service isnt very good and the rooms are a bit too dark. And the passage to the rooms smells and looks like a hospital.
The location was very good. Staff were also very helpful and friendly. The room was of an excellent standard.
It was extremely disappointing to come back from out night out to find the bar closed (1:00 am). This is supposed to be a quality hotel - we have stayed at far lesser hotels where these facilities are available!
We arrived earlier and didnt have any problem check in; the staff was lovely and very attentive.The bedroom was supper confortable and very clean( and I'm very fussy).When we asked what time the bar & restaurant close; the answer was "till the last customer"; just what you like to hear when spending a weekend in london.The instructions to get there are terrible, dont take the tube because the hotel its not located on the main street. Get a taxi; much easier.Very easy to walk to Oxford street and tube stations.The concierge service was great sorting out tickets for the Lion King saturday night show.We have our 10 y old boy with us and he loved all ; taxi at the hotel door at any time.The food was also great( I'm a chef).Will be back for sure
Comfortable and well located hotel
Very expensive, and the rate noted on Booking.com did not include vat, which is generally unusual (but not for London, so beware).
near to the arabic shop
very high rate