London Marriott Hotel Regents Park
4 4 Star:
- 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
- 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
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2114 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Beautiful new rooms, shame we've to pay for wi-fi
Stay Date: 04/2017, sylversurfer wrote this review.
The hotel is being refurbished and the new rooms are looking very nice with new tv system including apple airplay TV. How come that in a 4 star hotel you've to pay for wifi? It's a shame. You pay a decent amount for a room and it doesn't include wif… See more
The hotel is being refurbished and the new rooms are looking very nice with new tv system including apple airplay TV. How come that in a 4 star hotel you've to pay for wifi? It's a shame. You pay a decent amount for a room and it doesn't include wifi ? We're in 2017 and it should be a default. Marriotts claim you can have wifi if you register to their member card, but even if you do so while in a room it doesn't work. And I don't want to give my personal details for such a basic service. This is bad consumer experience. This is making profit vs thinking about real basic needs of consumers. Especially in a 4 star hotel. Collapse
Comfortable base to see London or for business
Stay Date: 04/2017, Bally192 wrote this review.
This hotel is 5 minutes walk from Swiss Cottage tube station giving easy access to all of London. It maintains the Marriott high standard with the useful addition of a pool and spa. Staff were all professional and friendly. We were in a newly re-deco… See more
This hotel is 5 minutes walk from Swiss Cottage tube station giving easy access to all of London. It maintains the Marriott high standard with the useful addition of a pool and spa. Staff were all professional and friendly. We were in a newly re-decorated room which was well decorated and very comfortable. the bathroom was bright and had a large walk-in shower. All was very clean and tidy. The restaurant was convenient but was part of an independent chain, rather than being managed by the hotel. (note for Marriott members - I believe that this does not qualify for Marriott rewards points for the food - I am sure the hotel will correct if I have misunderstood) Collapse
My favorite hotel in London
Stay Date: 04/2017, Aina S wrote this review.
This is my favorite hotel and stay there everytime we visit London. The staff are so helpful and pleasant and they always have a smile on their face. The hotel have recently been completely refurbished and are absolutely beautiful.
This is my favorite hotel and stay there everytime we visit London. The staff are so helpful and pleasant and they always have a smile on their face. The hotel have recently been completely refurbished and are absolutely beautiful. Collapse
Refurbished rooms great, everything else not!
Stay Date: 04/2017, HBMaryland wrote this review.
Please be aware that this property is being refurbished. You will hear construction noises from any room at this hotel! The bad: My family of 4 arrived from the USA very late (about 1:30AM) on Sunday night for a 5-night stay. We waited 10 minutes … See more
Please be aware that this property is being refurbished. You will hear construction noises from any room at this hotel! The bad: My family of 4 arrived from the USA very late (about 1:30AM) on Sunday night for a 5-night stay. We waited 10 minutes for someone to show up to help us at the front desk. Then, the desk clerk spent a good 10 minutes moving us from a room they had assigned which had no air conditioning to a different room, calling and checking on the room. We got to the room on the 3rd floor about 2AM exhausted and looking forward to a late morning the next day. The next day about 9AM we were awakened to this awful, loud drilling noise which was coming from right above our heads. Evidently, they are doing renovations on the 4th floor and were working on the room right above us. Needless to say, we were less than pleased with this. The clerk had spent 10 minutes finding a room for us and after all that effort put us in a room immediately below the construction, despite our arriving very late the night before!?!? I guess she did not think we would need some rest? The next day, we asked to be moved and they put us on the first floor. The following morning, again construction noises waking us up. After asking around of hotel employees, they finally admitted there would be some level off noise from every room in the hotel as they are doing the entire 4th floor at the same time. Second, the service during breakfast at the hotel restaurant, Carluccios, was terrible. We ate there every morning and only once did someone come to us after we sat down and take drink orders. Usually we had to search for coffee or tea or go find someone to get us coffee or tea. The breakfast has a buffett, but that does not excuse not getting any attention from a server. What if we wanted to order from the regular menu? It is not that there is no staff, the issue is the staff is more concerned with changing over tables and preparing for lunch service than actually serving people there for breakfast. The good: The refurbished rooms are very nicely done - we stayed in a room with 2 doubles and it was one of the only hotels I could find in London with 2 bed rooms that had doubles and not twins. They also have USB plugs for charging as well as US-style outlets so no need for a voltage converter or even a plug adapter. A hotel employee named Tyler overheard me talking to my wife in the elevator about possibly finding a different hotel. He walked out of the elevator with me and asked what was wrong. He volunteered to move us to a different room (which would have been our third room change) but could not guarantee there would be no construction noises. But, he was sympathetic to our issues and stopped by one evening to give my children a gift of a chocolate easter egg. Kudos to him for trying. The location is good - an easy walk to the Swiss Cottage underground station. Overall, I would not suggest booking this hotel until they get the construction finished and I would avoid breakfast until they iron out their service issues. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2016, Victoria W wrote this review.
This hotel is always a great place to stay. My family and I have stayed in this hotel for years when visiting London. The staff are always extremely polite and attentive. Breakfast is always delicious and the rooms are clean and smart. Not too far fr… See more
This hotel is always a great place to stay. My family and I have stayed in this hotel for years when visiting London. The staff are always extremely polite and attentive. Breakfast is always delicious and the rooms are clean and smart. Not too far from a tube station with small convenience shops down the road and only a £10 taxi fare from Kings Cross Station to the hotel, so it's very easy to get to from the station with luggage (to which they help you with upon arriving and leaving the hotel). Great hotel overall. Collapse
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