Situated in the heart of Marylebone, a few minutes from the bustle of Bond Street and the eclectic delights of Marylebone Village, The Mandeville Hotel is the perfectly kept secret destination for your visit to the Capital. Great design is the key to the hotel, which is a stylish mix of contemporary, theatre and baroque sophistication.
The Mandeville Hotel prides itself on offering a highly personalised service in a chic environment and at accessible prices. Reform Social and Grill, taking inspiration from classic British gentlemen’s clubs, offers an informal yet sophisticated experience with quality at the fore. It serves breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and afternoon tea as well as dinner.
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Venue Details & Map
8-14 Mandeville PlaceLondonW1U 2BE
- +44 (0)20 7935 5599
- Public transport:
- Bond Street station, cross the street at the lights onto James Street, walk to the end of James Street onto Wigmore Street. Cross at traffic lights onto Mandeville Place to find the Mandeville Hotel
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Bathrooms available with emergency call system
- Bathrooms available with level entry shower
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Level access, ramp or lift to the bar
- Accessible Bedroom Facilities
- Wheelchair accessible bedroom
- Catering Facilities
- Private Dining
- Children Facilities
- Children welcome
- Cots available
- Event Facilities
- Conference rooms / Meeting rooms
- General Facilities
- Internet access
- Wi-Fi access
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Group rates available
- Room Facilities
- Air conditioning
- Daily servicing
- Drink making facilities
- Central heating
- Pay movies
- Service Facilities
- Concierge service
- Currency exchange
- Laundry service / Dry cleaning
- Night porter
- Room service
- Twenty four hour reception
- Wake up calls
I popped into the restaurant with a couple colleagues for a breakfast meeting last week and while the wait staff were friendly, the management and maitre d' were obnoxious.
It's rare for me to feel so compelled to write a review, let alone download an app, reset my password and then write a review but seriously, this place was that bad.
I can only imagine the sheer emptiness of the...more
great location in the city center - and I would even say for London at a fairly reasonable price for the standard they offer. Rooms are big enough, nice bed with good (!) Pillows which is in my opinion not a given any more.
I had a room on the first floor and at first was worried that I might hear the noise from the street all night but nope - all quiet and peaceful in the alley below.
Stayed here for 3 nights. It really is an excellent location with lots of bars and restaurants nearby and within 2 minutes walk of oxford st. The service on the front desk was very professional and the deluxe room was of a high standard and a reasonable size for the centre of London. There was a queen bed, a desk and 2 comfy chairs. The bathroom was large with both a shower and a bath with...more
This hotel was fantastic!! Definitely my new favorite place to stay when visiting London.
I have stayed in other very good hotels in the Marylebone area as well as in Knightsbridge which is even more posh than this area, but the Mandeville had all the elements of a successful stay for me in order to earn these 5 stars whereas the others I'd say are a 4 at best.
My review is solely for the DeVille Restaurant inside the hotel.
Went here for a special 'Men in the City' event I organised.
We had the Men's Afternoon Tea and the tea was cold, in fact, the 'hot food' was COLD. The service was fine as were the alcoholic drinks.
Lovely place & reminds me of one of those 'ladies who lunch' spots.
There's a smart bar just before entering the dining area...more