- Day Spa
- Fine Dining
- Going Solo
- Thermal Facilities
Originally one of the last great Victorian railway hotels, The Landmark is set in a grand building in London’s trendy Marylebone. The rooms and suites surround the magnificent colonial style glass atrium where you can take afternoon tea amongst the towering palm trees.
The Landmark London ranks amongst the finest of the capital’s leading luxury hotels, with a distinctive style and ambience.
Spanning the basement, the Asian-inspired spa boasts one of the capital’s few chlorine free indoor swimming pools. Other facilities include aromatherapy experience showers, a Jacuzzi and Sanarium.
In partnership with Germaine de Cappuccino, one of Europe’s leading skin care houses, and VOYA, the spa offers a range of exclusive treatments based on the best therapies and techniques from around the world.
- Swimming pool
- Steam and sauna rooms
- 6 treatment rooms
- Relaxation area
The Landmark Signature Ritual is an Ayurvedic influenced treatment that began with a welcome foot ritual. A full body exfoliation and relaxing aromatherapy massage followed. Hot basalt stones were then used to completely relax the muscles, followed by an application of a marine mud body mask. The top to toe treatment concluded with a scalp massage and an application of body cream. I felt like I’d had an holistic overhaul of body and mind, my shoulders were dropped, skin polished and luminous and my mind crystal clear.
Black Diamond Intensive Anti-Ageing therapy utilises the skincare benefits offered by stones, crystals and minerals. Rich in zinc and iron the treatment regenerates and restores the skin’s youthfulness, increasing luminosity.
Opulently furnished and finished with classic Victorian features, suites range from one to three bedrooms and feature King size beds, flat screen TVs and DVD players, Nespresso machines, iHome systems, private bars and en-suite white Italian marble bathrooms.
TwoTwentyTwo – Relaxed stylish and quirky, this restaurant is a great contrast to the more formal grandeur of the hotel. Serving a modern European menu, there is plenty of choice, with some creative twists on more classic dishes. If you aren’t counting the calories The Duck Egg and Truffle Burger is one to try, and the ‘melt in the mouth’ chocolate pudding is well worth the 15 minute wait.
Winter Garden – Situated at the heart of the soaring eight-storey glass roof atrium, the Winter Garden restaurant offers a memorable dining experience. Open throughout the day for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Mirror Bar – The perfect place to enjoy pre-dinner cocktails or a late-night drink. The sumptuous bar is created in a style reminiscent of the hotel’s Victorian heritage, finished in a selection of decorative mirrors.
An evening at the nearby Open Air Theatre in Regents Park.