London Marriott Hotel Regents Park
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The London Marriott Hotel Regents Park is situated in Swiss Cottage in the London borough of Camden. This hotel is the perfect base for your London break, being close to Regents Park, London Zoo, Lords Cricket Ground and Camden Town. The London Marriott Hotel Regents Park is also just minutes from Swiss Cottage tube station providing excellent access to the fabulous shops of Oxford Street, Bond Street and the many other attractions across the capital.
The London Marriott Hotel Regents Park has 304 spacious bedrooms which are well-equipped with en-suite bathroom, cable TV with pay-per-view movies and tea & coffee making facilities. What’s more, as a guest at the London Marriott Hotel Regents Park you can also make use of 24 hour room service and relax in the hotel's extensive Leisure Club. After a busy day in London the hotel’s Leisure Club is the perfect place to unwind with a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym.
During your stay at the London Marriott Hotel Regents Park you can also enjoy a great variety of dining options. With vibrant, contemporary dishes from India from the Zaike @ Brasserie Centrale menu on Fridays & Saturdays to an excellent choice of international dishes available 7 days a week in Chats bar, there is something to satisfy every guest staying at the London Marriott Hotel Regents Park.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £31.00 Per 24 Hours
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: SWISS COTTAGE
- Distance: 250 metres
- Name: KINGS CROSS
- Distance: 3 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Baby Sitting
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Swiss Cottage Distance: 250 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Kings Cross Distance: 3 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Regents Park & Hampstead, view our hotels in Regents Park & Hampstead page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2150 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Terrific staff, older property
Stay Date: 06/2017, rickmluna wrote this review.
Stayed here for four nights with wife and two teenagers. The best part first- the staff is incredible. They were so welcoming, they treat you like family. The downside is the property is showing its age. The rooms are dated. We stayed during a record… See more
Stayed here for four nights with wife and two teenagers. The best part first- the staff is incredible. They were so welcoming, they treat you like family. The downside is the property is showing its age. The rooms are dated. We stayed during a record heat wave, and on day 2 the AC in our room went out. The staff was accommodating and moved us to a new room right away. The location is also a bit inconvenient for sightseeing in Central London. Its about a 20-30 minute ride on a crowded line. All that said, I can say enough about the great staff. They make up for the shortcomings of the property. Collapse
Great potential, totally missed
Stay Date: 06/2017, pace_ripley wrote this review.
I spent a week at this property, over two periods. The main impression is that there is so much potential here, and a lot of sloppy execution. I will likely return, but hope management and Marriott pick up the slack; lots of of it. As a Gold member t… See more
I spent a week at this property, over two periods. The main impression is that there is so much potential here, and a lot of sloppy execution. I will likely return, but hope management and Marriott pick up the slack; lots of of it. As a Gold member this does not live up to expectations. The hotel is located on the border between Kensington and Camden. Lovely neighborhood and generally quiet. Access to bus lines and tube station is quite comfortable, though be aware that the hotel is at 30 minutes away from business meetings in the City or the digital hub areas of London. The hotel's biggest asset are its rooms: they are large and spacious. As other reviewers mention, the recent renovation made them nice. The bathroom is very modern and so is the overall decor. Rooms have USB chargers in the outlets and in one of the three rooms I stayed at, they even have a 110V American-style outlet that works (the other two just didn't). I arrived during a heat spell. My first room's air conditioning was working but not cooling anything. The remote, while with batteries, did not work with TV. Sitting in the room sweating is not acceptable. Sadly, I ended up switching rooms, which the hotel was kind enough to let me. Being in London, corridors were barely ventilated. The hotel is a bit of a maze - classic 70s architecture. Be ready to remember the path to and from your room. Could not find a single staircase that would take me to the lobby either. Have to use the elevators. The lounge for Marriott members was decent. If you are like me and take water bottles to your room - it's going to be a challenge. All bottles are small, made of glass and require a bottle opener. There are no bottle openers in the room. You will have to improvise, hopefully without damaging the room. Or bring a bottle opener with you. In addition, the window during which dinner is served is quite narrow. I was never able to make it to dinner. Breakfast was fairly good. Internet access is not good. Connections drop. Speed is slow (even for 'premium access') and inconsistent. Another gripe is about cleaning - a shocker when it comes to Marriotts. Two of the rooms I stayed in had blemishes. Stains on the toilet (gross, right?) or carpets that were just not vacuumed properly. At a certain point, you get tired of complaining. I ate cookie one night and dropped crumbs on the carpet. They were there to welcome me that evening when I returned to the hotel. Really? at 300 GBP you are allowed to expect better. The on-site restaurant, a part of an Italian chain, is reasonably priced (for London) and decent. There are no nearby restaurants (everything 0.75-1 miles) as you are in the middle of a quiet residential neighborhood. The hotel has a gym and pool - I did not visit. In short - loved the large rooms and quiet location. There are many minor things that with management focused on improvement can elevate this hotel to the next level. Great potential. Collapse
Comfortable hotel with helpful staff
Stay Date: 06/2017, 523evelyna wrote this review.
We stayed one night (a Thursday) in this comfortable hotel, close to the Swiss Cottage underground stop and nestled in a safe, leafy neighborhood. The staff is very solicitous and helped to make our stay pleasant. We had a room with a small balcony o… See more
We stayed one night (a Thursday) in this comfortable hotel, close to the Swiss Cottage underground stop and nestled in a safe, leafy neighborhood. The staff is very solicitous and helped to make our stay pleasant. We had a room with a small balcony overlooking the entrance - a little noisy late night but not s problem. The beds are very comfortable, the bathroom well appointed and - we found it very useful that there are outlets for several types (UK and others) of appliances as well as many USB chargers throughout the room. The lobby has plenty of comfortable seating at which one can order a drink, and there is an Italian restaurant on site (which we didn't have an opportunity to try). If you have Marriott status, you enjoy access to the M lounge which served snacks and unlimited beer and wine in the evenings as well as a superb breakfast in the mornings. Their coffee machine is marvelous! Collapse
A great hotel at a reasonable price
Stay Date: 06/2017, chillwills wrote this review.
London is known for it's expensive hotels. This one is not, but it doesn't sacrifice quality. The staff were terrific and my room was comfortable and quiet. I was warned about ongoing reno's, but the noise was no bother. I generally avoid hotel resta… See more
London is known for it's expensive hotels. This one is not, but it doesn't sacrifice quality. The staff were terrific and my room was comfortable and quiet. I was warned about ongoing reno's, but the noise was no bother. I generally avoid hotel restaurants, however Carlucci's, the hotel's restaurant, was very good, both for breakfast and for dinner. This hotel is only a 5min walk to the Swiss Cottage tube station so sightseeing is a breeze. I will definitely stay here again when in London next time. Collapse
London with Kids
Stay Date: 06/2017, wojtek2007 wrote this review.
The Kids loved it. As the hotel is located near the Swiss Cottage tube station, it makes this a perfectly central location, just 15 min away from Thames. All staff were pleasant and made an effort to smile. My only surprise was that my rate, which no… See more
The Kids loved it. As the hotel is located near the Swiss Cottage tube station, it makes this a perfectly central location, just 15 min away from Thames. All staff were pleasant and made an effort to smile. My only surprise was that my rate, which normally includes breakfast, didn't this time. The breakfast restaurant is outsourced but I felt like breakfast could could have been arranged with a little bit of goodwill. Collapse
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