I was unsure of what to expect from this hotel as it was incredibly expensive in comparison to the other hotels booked on our European trip and I had heard mixed reviews.
Essentially you're paying for the location, which cannot be beaten. Right on Regent Street, minutes walk to Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus, Carnaby Street and a bunch of restaurants basically on the doorstep.
The rooms themselves are in quite good condition but could always do with a bit of a freshen up for the price you're paying. The room is quite large, with good facilities and a lovely view if you happen to get a room facing Regent Street like we did.
The staff were friendly and accommodating, happy to help us with any information we needed, calling taxis etc.
Perfect for our 3 day stay in London and would consider staying there again for a short stay.
Traveller from Newcastle, Australia
This London hotel is within 500 meters of the London Palladium Theatre, BT Tower, and Wigmore Hall. Piccadilly Circus is 1 …More
the hotel was ideally located and was a very pleasant stay. the staff we encountered were friendly and they could not do enough fo us during our stay. I only wish we had stayed for more than one night.
Occupying an entire block in stylish Marylebone, the Landmark is four blocks from Regent's Park; an adjacent …More
We checked in about 8.30pm and were told that we had the choice of only two rooms that were left. The first was on the lower ground floor, with air conditioning, the second, on the ground floor, without. We opted for the lower ground floor room, because of the a/c but immediately upon entering we knew we had made a mistake. The room was over the metro and was extremely loud and the vibration would have made it impossible to sleep. We quickly returned to reception and requested the other room, explaining about the noise, and the receptionist promptly moved us to the other room. However she did not seem surprised about our reason for the room change and I am sure she had heard that comment from guests before. The hotel cannot be held directly responsible for the running of the metro underneath, but as we had made the booking some months previous, felt we should have been allocated another room initially, on a floor where this problem would not arise.
Traveller from Staffordshire
Located in London's West End, this hotel is about 4 blocks from The Regent's Park and 0.9 km (0.6 mi) from Madame Tussaud's …More
We arrived at the hotel by taxi and the children were delighted that the doorman opened the door and ushered them into the hotel! The reception staff were friendly and helpful, we were delighted to be told on arrival that our booking had been upgraded at no extra charge - we were given two rooms to accommodate our family of 5 as opposed to the 1 family room we booked through Expedia. Our rooms were nice, we were relieved that we had been given two rooms as squashing us all into one would not have been pleasant! The sofa bed was noisy - our 12 year old slept on it and it squealed every time she moved! Breakfast was great - freshly made food, lots of choice and plentiful! Fresh tea, coffee & hot chocolate were served to the table as required by a very smiley waiter who was super kind to our children. Our only complaint about breakfast was that on our last morning there was not a table available for us so the staff cobbled one together, unfortunately it was in the middle of a thoroughfare to the food so we felt conspicuous and in the way. The concierges were very helpful, they held our luggage for us after check-out until we travelled home in the evening which made our last day as tourists a lot less stressful! We would definitely recommend Melia White House and hope to visit again.
Traveller from North Yorkshire
Located in Marylebone, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Crescent Gardens, Royal Academy of Music, and BT Tower …More