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Located at the top of Regent Street, the prestigious Langham offers an award-winning glamorous bar, Artesian, and a stylish restaurant, Roux at the Landau. Staff are the best part of the hotel..special thanks to Mr. Damiano.
The Prince Akatoki offers tranquil accommodation in the heart of London within a short walk from Marble Arch and Hyde Park. Hotel has been beautifully refurbished with touches of Japanese design and best of all the...
A 5-minute walk from the shops at Oxford Street and Regent Street, this elegant Victorian town house offers a buffet-style continental breakfast and is a short walk from many Tube stations. Staff friendly and efficient. They kindly upgraded my room. The room was very comfortable.
Located at the west end Oxford Street and just 2 minutes' walk from Hyde Park, Amba Hotel Marble Arch (formerly the Thistle Marble Arch) boasts unlimited, fast, free WiFi, a free minibar in every room... THE HOTEL IS PERFECT AS USUAL!!
Just off Oxford Street and only 300 metres from Marble Arch Tube Station and Hyde Park, this award-winning 4-star hotel offers free WiFi, modern air-conditioned rooms and a stylish restaurant serving... I booked the sussex hotel, but due to COVID this was closed and I was upgraded to The May Fair...
Radisson Blu Edwardian, Berkshire is a delightful boutique hotel on Oxford Street, a 5-minute walk from Selfridges department store. The reception staff went out of their way to accommodate us on our arrival, which we appreciated...
Just 200 meters from Marble Arch Tube Station, the elegant and luxurious Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is centrally located in exclusive Marylebone, with Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Harley... All staffs are perfects ,specially (ilham)she is so smart and friendly ,she ask about as when we ore...
In the heart of London, this modern 4-star hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Regent’s Park and 2 Tube Stations. It has a bar, a restaurant and 24-hour reception and room service. We liked and enjoyed everything about our experience while visiting London taxi was so prompt...
The Z Hotel at Gloucester Place offers accommodation in London, half a mile from Selfridges & Co on Oxford Street, and within a 10-minute walk from Edgware Road Underground Station. We stayed at Z Gloucester Place for more than a week in 2018 and we were delighted with our stay...
Just 4 minutes’ walk from Marble Arch Tube Station, Berkeley Court Hotel offers accommodation with 24-hour front desk reception in central London. Hyde Park is just 0.4 miles away. Great value for.money very close to hyde park what more could you ask for
This hotel is situated in the heart of London’s West End, just a few hundred metres from Marble Arch, Hyde Park and Oxford Street. It offers free Wi-Fi and comfortable en suite rooms. The place was old but, if you don't mind that, it was great location for our (mother &...
OYO Boston Court Hotel is an English Heritage Victorian property, providing good-value accommodation. Marble Arch Underground Station is a convenient 2-minute walk away. Location, right near tube station. Staff were really nice. 10/10.
Situated in the prestigious Marylebone area of Central London, Dorset Square Hotel is a 2-minute walk from Baker Street Tube Station. It's an extremely luxurious hotel.
Conveniently located in the heart of Marylebone, the traditional Nottingham Place Hotel offers 4-star suites and studios with stylish interiors. Very comfortable room with amazing bed, bathroom! Clean, quiet and beautiful interior.
In the heart of London’s West End, the Hallam Hotel offers good-value rooms and full English breakfasts. Oxford Street’s shops and 3 Tube Stations are less than 500 metres away. The breakfast was very good - lovely seating area - pleasant staff
Ideally located for exploring central London, the modern Marble Arch Inn offers budget accommodation with free WiFi throughout. Staff was amazing and the room was new and clean and sooo close to Oxford and other important...
Featuring a bar and free WiFi, The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone is located just steps away from Oxford Street in central London. Hyde Park is a short walk away and Paddington Station is 1.6 km away. Great location, very clean and full of personality.
Discreet, quiet and stylish, this boutique hotel in Marylebone is close to Baker Street and just 0.5 miles from Regents Park. Elegant rooms have free Wi-Fi and luxury bathrooms. Location. Friendliness..and most importantly cleanliness..hotel is very clean and comfortable
Situated in London and with Oxford Street reachable within less than 1 km, Treehouse Hotel London features express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the... Awesome Hotel, rooms decorated beautifully. Great Staff and Great Cuppachinos
In the heart of London’s fashionable Marylebone, this deluxe hotel has a stunning glass-roofed 8-story atrium with towering palm trees, an award-winning restaurant, luxurious bedrooms and an indoor... The location is simply fantastic!
The Marylebone Hotel is within 500 metres from Bond Street Underground Station and the shops of Oxford Street including Selfridges, John Lewis and the designer boutiques of Bond Street. Highly recommended! Location is perfect and the staff couldn’t have been more professional, polite...
Set in London’s West End, this modern hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Oxford Street and Hyde Park. Our blue whippet puppy called Jasper was treated like a king! The staff were so kind and friendly.
Within 5 minutes’ walk of Hyde Park, Oxford Street’s shops and Marble Arch Underground Station, this 5-star hotel features a modern bar and an on-site spa. Lovely quiet location..great staff.. good attention to detail
In a tranquil area of Marylebone, Durrants is a charming 18th-century property, a 5-minute walk from Oxford Street. Marble Arch Underground Station is 10 minutes’ walk away. The location is fantastic and the staff are very good. Lovely comfortable room.
This was SO much FUN! It blew away my expectations. PRO TIP: Don't wait in the *ridiculously* long line - even if you bought tickets beforehand, you have to wait for several hours. We saw the line wasn't even moving - people were sitting down it was taking so long! We got out of line, and actually re-bought tickets with SKIP THE LINE, it is REALLY worth the extra money. I'm warning you, BUY the SKIP THE LINE. Even with the skip tickets it took about 30 minutes to get in. But holy cow, the place is HUGE! So many floors, so many wax people, so much fun - even a little amusement-park type ride in the middle to get to the next floor! This was one of my favorite parts of our London trip, believe it or not! TLDR; BUY the SKIP THE LINE tickets or wait for hours. So much fun!
Go very early as we had to queue up for nearly 3 hours and it was on a Sunday! Also very expensive for what it is - however I did enjoy it. When it’s very busy it is difficult to get photos with the waxworks as people just push you out the way, unfortunately some people don’t have manners.
Always get excited to visit Tussaud’s and wax museums anywhere in the world having been ones in New York, Las Vegas, Copenhagen, Blackpool, Edinburgh and Prague. Visited this particular museum on four or five occasions still enjoying at seeing new models!
Choose the first time slot available in the day and come approximately half an hour before it opens so you are among the first ones in the line. This really helped us because there wasn't that much people around and we could take many pictures with the wax figures.
Get your printed tickets and a booked time if you want to avoid long queues!! Only booking is not enough..to get the tickets you will need to stand in a queue on average 45 minutes - 1 hr!! We were there in july.. May be it was the peak time..
We booked for 10:30 with vip tickets on Sunday 29 th July. Outside it was complete chaos. The staff sent us from queue to queue then after 45 min we got to where one poor girl was having to scan everybody’s tickets. She looked so stressed. I think the management need to come out of the offices and congratulate her for dealing with the pushing and high levels of stress. You could see too many bookings had been taken and the staff just couldn’t cope. What’s the point of booking a time if you can’t get in on that time. So to start with we were pissed off. Once inside we had to ask about the vip tickets as none of the staff outside had any time to look or explain about them. Apart from too many people shoving and pushing the inside made up for all the hassle. I would advise going on a quiet time if possible