London Marriott Hotel Regents Park
(Swiss Cottage) 4 4 Star:
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- On-site bar & restaurant
- Indoor pool & sauna
- Treatment rooms available
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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
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
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 2291 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Excellent hotel and location with only a few minor weakesses
Stay Date: 12/2017, CarmenJoy99 wrote this review.
We loved almost everything about this hotel and location. I see only a few weaknesses that they could easily fix. The good points: Cheerful and helpful staff, modernized rooms, indoor pool and gym, fabulous breakfast (9.5 pounds each but worth it)… See more
We loved almost everything about this hotel and location. I see only a few weaknesses that they could easily fix. The good points: Cheerful and helpful staff, modernized rooms, indoor pool and gym, fabulous breakfast (9.5 pounds each but worth it), very kid-friendly (we saw a lot of kids because it was Christmas), location near a posh residential neighborhood with a terrific little shopping street, and two Tube stations nearby that take you directly to Westminster Abbey and the London Eye. It's also within a mile of Abbey Road (Beatles) The weaknesses: 1.) They have no gift//notions shop on the premises if you need something like toothpaste, mouthwash, aspirin, etc. When I asked, they directed me to a market in the next block. It was cold, raining, and my husband was sick. 2.) No pay per view in the room. We were stuck with BBC shows and old US shows with commercials. We don't watch much TV but there are some nights you just need to relax from it all. Turns out there is a theater about 1 block away (and it was on the hotel's local map) but I didn't realize it. They didn't promote this either. 3.) There are not many suitable eating places within easy walking distance, even though the hotel is near a major road - there is a KFC, Subway and McDonald's. We're very flexible travelers but this was a problem because my husband was sick and it was cold and rainy. Later I found that the few restaurants were indicated on their map, but they weren't highlighted 4.) The hotel restaurant has great food, and breakfast is always fabulous, but one night the dinner staff had a complete meltdown. Seemed like they were terribly understaffed for some reason. It was awful, everyone was complaining, and we read in the paper that this Saturday night was the busiest night of the holiday season. All in all, though, I would definitely stay here again. Things they can fix: install a gift/notions shop so guests don't have to leave the premises; install pay per view movies; get better management for dinner at their restaurant; highlight the eating places with color on the hotel map. Bonus with the location: Across the street is the Swiss Cottage Leisure Center. This has a gym that you can pay for by the day, a large swimming pool, and a wonderful cafe that serves soup, sandwiches, focacia, fritatas, fruit, etc. This is a residential neighborhood, so you are not fighting crowds at the 2 Underground stations. Also, you'll see plenty of red double-decker busses. Collapse
Worse hotel evwr
Stay Date: 12/2017, Rami B wrote this review.
Location is not bad nice part of london. Staff are the worse that I have ever dealt with! There is no hospitality whatsoever! Went to the room with blood on the new sheets that they changed! Another night came and the room was locked with the chain … See more
Location is not bad nice part of london. Staff are the worse that I have ever dealt with! There is no hospitality whatsoever! Went to the room with blood on the new sheets that they changed! Another night came and the room was locked with the chain from inside! And they had no explanation for it! If you have kids I don’t think it’s the right hotel to go to! So anti kids hotel! Kids aren’t allowed to enter the swimming pool only in certain hours! If your a gold member and you have access to the lounge and free breakfast, your kids aren’t allowed in! It’s a joke! I wouldn’t pay 10 pounds to stay for a night there Again! To be honest the worst experience of my life! Collapse
Breakfast for winners
Stay Date: 12/2017, Dean C wrote this review.
Stayed in London for a two day business trip, as a rewards member I had full access to the courtesy lounge, the first morning I ate in the lounge which as expected was full of people loading up their plates, so what was left was scrappy and poor! The… See more
Stayed in London for a two day business trip, as a rewards member I had full access to the courtesy lounge, the first morning I ate in the lounge which as expected was full of people loading up their plates, so what was left was scrappy and poor! The second morning I took a chance on the main restaurant for food... The breakfast was spot on, cereal, cooked and the coffee was delicious. I know where I will dine next time.. Collapse
Excellent Hotel to Stay in when visiting London
Stay Date: 11/2017, D0dge51 wrote this review.
We recently stayed at this Marriott Hotel during a break in London. It did not disappoint and we found it to be close to the underground and easy to get around London. The check in was efficient and I wish I could remember the young lady who checked… See more
We recently stayed at this Marriott Hotel during a break in London. It did not disappoint and we found it to be close to the underground and easy to get around London. The check in was efficient and I wish I could remember the young lady who checked us in, as she was a credit to Marriott and worthy of a mention. I remember her name began with "M". The room with two double beds was nicely furnished and I believe not long ago had been refurbished. It was a generous size for a London hotel and the bathroom was also excellent. We had access to the lounge and the breakfast provided was very good. We did not eat in the on site restaurant, but it looked good. Would definitely stay in this hotel on any future visits to the Capital. Collapse
Hotel room doubles as sauna...all $250 per night
Stay Date: 10/2017, 33searcher wrote this review.
Mixed thoughts on this hotel, which looks like a bland 1960s motel from the exterior. Inside the room, renovations are excellent visually: classy, modern feel, Marriott overlooked a basic element of a hotel- comfortable sleeping. Cheap low grade the… See more
Mixed thoughts on this hotel, which looks like a bland 1960s motel from the exterior. Inside the room, renovations are excellent visually: classy, modern feel, Marriott overlooked a basic element of a hotel- comfortable sleeping. Cheap low grade thermostat was installed; does not work, which means you either sleep in sauna like conditions or as a reviewer noted below, AC runs all night. Too much to ask a modern hotel to allow guests to control temperature of the room? Apparently, here it is. Brought this to attention of the mgmt. and received a lame offer of a free drink. So overall, the line staff was excellent but hotel is let down by parsimonious, dumb management decisions. Bye bye Marriott. Collapse
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