In a quiet corner close to Marble Arch, this boutique hotel is 30 seconds from Oxford Street but feels like a million miles away. A calming, peaceful retreat from the hordes, the hotel’s sleek, contemporary design brings modern chic to an Edwardian listed building. Tactile fabrics make the rooms deeply comfortable, and Scoff & Banter is a light-filled, laid-back spot to enjoy authentic British cooking.
All 101 rooms have Samsung Smart TVs and guest-controlled air conditioning. Suites include specially commissioned designer furniture and Bose sound systems among many unique features. Security includes CCTV, throughout, and floor access by room key only.
The Sussex is home to two contemporary meeting rooms, which can each host up to ten guests. State-of-the-art AV, contemporary rooms and dedicated conference staff will ensure your meeting is a success.
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- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
- Kosher options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
- Children Facilities
- Children welcome
- Event Facilities
- Breakout Rooms
- General Facilities
- Internet access
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Euros accepted
- Traveller cheques accepted
- Room Facilities
- Drink making facilities
- Service Facilities
- Night porter
- Room service
When I arrived with my husband around 1:30pm, we were advised the check in were at 3 and they would send our suitcases to our room as soon as it was available. We came back later to find we got the smaller room I've ever seen in my life!!! My husband is 6'2" and we had a tiny bed against the wall with no room at all to move. The bathroom was no different. We complaint and were told they...more
This room was minuscule even by London, New York, or Paris standards. The full size bed had to be pushed up against the wall so there was enough space to walk in the room. The management offered to give us a bigger room on Night 2 (even without us asking) but since we were only there for 2 nights, it seemed like a big hassle. We had a lot of luggage since it was the end of a two week trip. The...more
First of all, I didn't book a room here but my friend did. It was my last night in London and I had planned on staying with friends in Walton-on-Thames, but the Waterloo station was closed on Sundays. It would have taken me 2 hours to get there by the Underground after a full day on a Contiki bus. No thanks.
My friend offered me a stay and I agreed. Staying at the Radisson Edwardian...more
I am writing this review with the hotel's free wi-fi right now! The Cumberland doesn't have free wi-fi and you have to pay to use the internet in their business center too. I call bullshit on that after staying here at the Edwardian Sussex. Actually, I normally stay at The Cumberland, but it just didn't work out this trip... I may never stay there again.
The Radisson Edwardian Sussex is in...more
close to oxford street and the marble arch tube station, making it ideal for visiting shops on bond street. chanel, prada, tiffanys, burberry, and selfridges.
beware, they automatically lower audio volume at night.more