A luxury and stylish boutique hotel located in Marylebone, Ten Manchester Street is within minutes of the commercial and retails centres of Baker Street and Marylebone High Street and is a short distance north of Oxford Street.
Marylebone village is on its doorstep, with a wealth of boutique shops, high-end delicatessens and top-class restaurants to discover.
This design-led boutique hotel has 45 bedrooms and also houses the Dieci Restaurant and a cosy cigar lounge.
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Venue Details & Map
Ten Manchester Street
10 Manchester StreetLondonW1U 4DG
- +44 (0)20 7486 6669
- Public transport:
- Baker Street underground station - 5 min walk. Exit the station and cross Marylebone Road. Walk south down Baker Street, at the 2nd set of traffic lights turn left into Dorset Street. Follow the street round until it turns into Manchester Street.
- Children Facilities
- Children welcome
- General Facilities
- Guest lounge
- Internet access
- Ironing facilities
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Traveller cheques accepted
- Room Facilities
- Drink making facilities
- Ground floor accommodation available
- Central heating
- Service Facilities
- Laundry service / Dry cleaning
- Night porter
Lobby isn't impressive but room on the 4th floor was lovely and the location can't be beat - quiet but central, in a great area. Other reviewers suggest staff that wasn't helpful - we had the opposite experience. The helpful staff were part of what made the stay there a very nice experience - they were really friendly and great. There was a little trouble with the internet one of the nights we...more
Number 10 is both the address and the name of this boutique (fewer than 50 room) hotel in Marylebone. When giving direction to a cab driver, they mostly know the destination (e.g. The Ritz or Buckingham Palace) by the name, so our cabbie was confused because it sounded an address, which it is. The hotel is adjacent to a lovely pub, the Tudor Rose and as it is not on the corner you could...more
Well, it was getting late on a Thursday and my friend and I were pining for a cigar. We located the Manchester Street hotel and strolled on by. No openings yet, so we grabbed a quick pint and returned.
I'm very glad we did. Now, I will preface this by saying this place is exceptionally pricey. That being said, you can comfortably smoke a cigar on a heated "terrace" presumably year-round...more
We went there for the cigar terrace. The waiter was nice but we had to wait forever before he showed up on our table. The prices are quite steep. We ended up with a Cohiba cigar along with some coffee. The coffee was a bit watery and nothing special.
We finished with a cocktail, again ok, but nothing fancy. Overall ok, but not really special.more