The Hedonists’ Guide devoted an article to the Landmark London Hotel.

The Landmark London Hotel, which trusts Oneglobe DDIH expertise in terms of digital marketing, has been reviewed by The Hedonist’s Guide.

Seduced by the charm and comfort of this Victorian style luxury hotel, the editor of  the Hedonists’ Guide conveys in the article the atmosphere that is especially appreciated by The Landmark London Hotel’s guests.

Posted by hedonistsguide on September 15, 2011

You don’t have to go away to get away, as The Landmark London Hotel proves. Offering five-star rooms and world-class amenities in the heart of the city, it’s the perfect place to escape to last thing on a Friday without having to leave the city limits.

Guests are greeted by an awe-inspiring lobby whatever entrance they wander into — there are two on opposite sides of the building — with a soaring glass atrium high above, tables, chairs, palms and dimly-lit lamps on the floor and the balconies of atrium-facing rooms on all four sides. It’s the kind of outdoorsy space you’d expect somewhere in the Med, not in Britain’s fair capital. If people-watching here isn’t your thing — trust us, it’s a good perch — then guests can make their way down to the spa and health club at basement level: here a shimmering, 15-metre turquoise pool awaits, together with whirlpool, glass-fronted sauna and relaxation area flanked by sunloungers and stocked with plenty of glossy magazines and fluffy towels.

Our kinda place. Those who prefer drinking and dining to rest and relaxation could do worse than to get a round or two in at the Mirror Bar: called so because of the mirrors that line the hall towards the entrance, the watering hall is stylish and sophisticated and draws a similar crowd. While the cocktails certainly aren’t cheap — the ice-cold Martini is a must — you know what you’re paying for with a luxurious lounge-style space that’s small but perfectly formed. It’s a see-and-be-seen-kinda-scene.

Get the full story on Hg2 blog


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