Landmark Hotel London The Last of the Victorian Railway Hotels
The Landmark Hotel London is a five star hotel that is located in the heart of the city. It has been ranked as being one of the best luxury hotels in the all of London and offers service and hospitality that cannot be found at any other hotel in the surrounding area. When you walk into the hotel, you cannot help but notice how different this hotel from others in terms of style and ambiance. The hotel has been designed to be modern but it has maintained some of its classic British elegance and grandeur that people have come to know and love with hotels in this city.
The hotel was first open in the late 1800s and has more than three hundred bedrooms. It has been referred to as being the last of the great Victorian railway hotels. The hotel itself was designed by Robert William Edis who in well known in London for designing other buildings that have more of a Gothic style to them. In 1986 this hotel was bought by Ritz Carlton and renovations were started. It was goal of the new owner to make this hotel more attractive to a business clientele that often come to the area on business or for conferences. The hotel was again later sold to the Four Seasons in 1993 and again later 1995 when it finally became the hotel we know today. Although the hotel has been owned by a number of people it has been servicing guests ever since it first opened.
Dining at the Landmark Hotel London is an experience like no other. There are so many dining options that you will have trouble trying to decide where you want to eat. This hotel is home to the Winter Garden which is situated in the heart of this eight-storey glass roof atrium. The Winter Room is open throughout the day and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is also an additional service for afternoon tea which gives people a chance to grab a light snack in between meals. The staff at the Winter Room and always friendly and courteous and would be more than pleased to recommend something delicious from the menu.
All of the three hundred bedrooms and additional suites at this hotel have been designed and decorated with the sole purpose of offering guests a comfortable and relaxing place to stay while in the city. All of the guestrooms at the Landmark Hotel London are spacious and can accommodate groups of people and families. If you are choosing to stay in a standard room rather than a suite you will have a number of rooms to choose from. All of the rooms have the essential amenities including a television, direct dial telephone and free internet access but the deluxe rooms tend to be larger in size. All of the room have private bathrooms with luxurious toiletries and a hairdryer. The suites are slightly different and most will have a fireplace and separate sitting and sleeping areas for added comfort and convenience.