Radisson Blu Edwardian, Sussex

19-25 Granville Pl, Marylebone, London W1H 6PA

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In a quiet corner close to Marble Arch, this boutique hotel is just a few seconds from Oxford Street but feels like a million miles away. A calming, peaceful retreat from the crowds, the hotel’s sleek, contemporary design brings modern chic to an Edwardian listed building.

020 7408 0130

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Reviews

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Sussex
Reviewed from Google

3.9 out of 5 stars

Timmy Brandt
Timmy Brandt

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

5/5
Amazing staff! Great welcoming late at night. Complimentary upgrade and breakfast for 2 stays. Breakfast attendant also very

4/5
Bed ok. Not the softest but not bad either.

4/5
Clean room except for the towel heat/dry on the wall.

3/5
Small room and not much of a view. Very small bathroom.

OK for 2 nights I would say. Nice location pretty central (for what I need).

Ramalingam Kannan
Ramalingam Kannan

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Hidden away in the lane, excellent location. Didn’t get the opportunity to try out the breakfast. Good staff.

Yuting Chang
Yuting Chang

2 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

One tiny room charged 170 pounds with super tiny bathroom and single bed. It’s suffocating! The sink is so tiny that the water spilt off. The electricity went off completely when I tried to charge my computer. Total blackout at 23h when you just want to take a shower after a long business trip but you can’t. The ventilation is terribly noisy that you are constantly awaken by it. The room is located between 2 floors in the emergency exit staircase. You pay the room upon arrival but you get your invoicing proof once you check out. Their reservation team didn’t take our bookings into consideration so at the beginning we were not having any room until they found this tiny room for us.

Anne Newall
Anne Newall

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Very compact modern build. Rooms very small. Fab breakfast and comfy bed. Amazing location

Conchur de Barra
Conchur de Barra

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Very nice little hotel. I had been staying across the road at the Amba Hotel but it was 50% more expensive than the Radissin to stay on e.more night rather than popping across to the Radisson. The comment from another reviewer about the elevator being the smallest in London is unfair, it is normal for the size of the hotel. The room I stayed in (207) meant having to carry luggage up a set of stairs, the room was small, the view not very interesting, but was in good order and had all one needed, I always like when hotel rooms have their own iron and ironing board rather than having to call housekeeping. Also was nice to be able to check in earlier than allowed without hassle. All round would stay here again.