The St. Georges was everything I wanted for the mid-range price I booked for. I spent eight days using the hotel as my base of operations while I did sightseeing in London and Paris. I had a great frontal view of the city and easy access to restaurants and transportation. Overall the condition of my hotel room was very clean, with fresh sets of towels and toiletries every morning (Along with morning edition of The Times). I had a nicely stocked Minibar, adequate closet space and good WiFi. The lighting could be better and was quite dim at times. Fortunately the weather was very cooperative this time around and my room was flooded with plenty of sunshine. The hotel staff was very courteous and helpful when I needed transportation advice. The St. Georges runs along Regent Street with plenty of restaurants, pubs and shopping. It is a few blocks away from Oxford Circus (ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL) a main transportation hub. It's another ten minute walk to Piccadilly Circus the heart of London's theater district. I will recommend to friends who need that central London location at an affordable price.
Brian from New York
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Having stayed at many London hotels in the £200-400 per night price bracket I was not expecting much but was absolutely amazed at the standard of the Landmark Hotel London as it is one of the best hotels I have stayed and I had the most basic room!! Brilliant Hotel!
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Me and my Mum had a wonderful weekend the location is perfect loads of cafés and nice restaurants near. We walked to Harrods and covent garden. Hotel small but lovely the Sunday lunch with unlimited preseco was well worth the money.
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