On an elegant Georgian crescent at the top of Park Lane, the Montcalm London Marble Arch is a stylish five-star hotel that brings the classic and the contemporary together beautifully. Moments from Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Marylebone, and a short walk from Mayfair, you’re perfectly placed to make the most of London’s West End here.
Cool marble and striking crystal chandeliers greet you in the airy lobby, and 153 bedrooms, including 14 lavish suites, envelope you in comfort. Chic and spacious, all rooms offer state-of-the-art amenities including an iPad, complimentary smartphone service, complimentary broadband and Wi-Fi, LCD TV with international and satellite channels, a pillow menu and even a selection of in-room aromas.
Just off the lobby, there’s an initimate champagne bar in decadent black and gold, with one of the capital’s best selections of single malts and blended whiskeys. A smart, design-led space with distinctive copper lighting, Nirvana Kitchen meanwhile takes discerning diners on a Pan-Asian odyssey, while The Crescent Restaurant & Lounge is a great spot for a relaxed lunch or indulgent afternoon tea.
With a well-equipped fitness centre, The Montcalm Spa is also home to a sauna and steam room, Jacuzzi, exercise pool, monsoon shower and heated loungers, offering an extensive range of facials, body treatments and massages at the hand of highly trained therapists.
The Montcalm London Marble Arch has two meetings and events rooms. The Grand Ballroom, one of London’s leading luxury event spaces, hosts up to 550 for parties and private dining or conferences and corporate events, while The Crescent Restaurant & Lounge is a sought-after setting for more intimate events.
* Please note that the check-in time is 2:00pm and check-out time is 12:00 noon.
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Lovely hotel. The only down side was I had a room with a window which looked out to a tiny inside yard which was a bit weird. The room itself was nice and the staff were exceptionally helpful.
The hotel is definitely worth a 5 star. For a 5s tar hotel the rooms smaller, no wardrobe to Hang jackets and the beds are not comfortable and small. Just everything is shiny. The service is good though.
Not really cutting it for what should be a 5 star hotel. Service is a bit too informal and yet still a bit aggressive, just not the right people there. Afternoon tea is middling, sandwiches weren't fresh enough, cream and jam with scones were too small portions. Miniature cakes were okay to good.
For the price and the level one expects this missed the mark. May have once been good but now is definitely on the decline. More like a 4 star place at risk of ending up at 3.
Went there for afternoon tea. All I can say it is very average in terms of what is on offer, including the service.
We had to ask for water which was given automatically to some other tables, in addition the tea served were warm and not hot. So as you can imagine after you finish one cup, the tea pot was stone cold!
Generally atmospherr was basic and nothing compared to that of other hotel afternoon teas (which I have experienced).
Probably won't be going again as for the money you can easily get a better deal.
Would have given them 4 stars but been without proper running water since last night. For a so called 5 star hotel, the fact that there's no contingency plan is very disappointing. Showered in ice cold water with whatever was remaining. Could not wait as I had somewhere to be. This is very bad for business.