Discover cutting edge design in the heart of London where Oxford Street meets Park Lane. The spectacular, spacious lobby creates a striking first impression with contemporary lighting, modern amenities and luxurious surroundings. Every feature is beautifully considered at this 1,000 bedroom iconic Hyde Park hotel, from the unique Jimi Hendrix Suite to London’s finest restaurants and bars and not forgetting being the ideal meeting venue, featuring 25 meeting rooms and the dramatic Ocean Room conference venue.
Unwind at Momentus Bar for a morning coffee, splendid Afternoon Tea or spoil yourself with a Champagne cocktails. Expect the very best seasonal British food with a unique twist, served Momentus Restaurant or experience exclusive Private Dining. With five open kitchens, The Market will prepare breakfast fresh to order.
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Lovely hotel. Great location. Nice restaurant serving good food. Given the size of the hotel, it did feel a little like a warren and was a touch dated in places. But room was clean, modern and spacious.
Great location. As part of a large group I was able to see inside several rooms and the variation in quality, amenities and overall space inside is quite pronounced. I had a large older room and my son had a tiny room with more modern amenities. It didn't live up to my American standard of a deluxe hotel- it felt more Best Western than Embassy Suites, but the downstairs spaces we used for meetings and gatherings was great. The restaurant was pricey but operated 24/7. The bar was appreciated.
Great location, bang opposition marble arch and within walking station of the marble arch as well as the bond street tube station. And ofcourse, being at the end of oxford street, it could be the beginning of a massive shopping spree :-). It has a main building and an adjacent one. Avoid accepting a room in the latter as that part is older and a bit off the main block. The main block itself has renovated floors. Rooms are spacious for a central London hotel. The windows don't overlook anything g worthwhile. The small windows don't allow sufficient sunlight in. There used to be a lounge, that is shut down because of renovation. Rumour has it that next year the hotel will be launched as a hard rock hotel.
This is a wonderful hotel. We were on a tour with Trafalgar and stayed here 3 nights. Super rooms, best breakfasts in London. We had dinner in their restaurant and it was one of the best meals ever. We'll be back.
The hotel was a great experience overall to add to my trip to London. The style of the lobby was very modern, rooms were comfortable, and maintenance was great. I don't know if it's common in London to have a basement floor; that really isn't a basement in a hotel. Food buffet had a great variety. One issue is the WiFi, it can be super slow at times. As I had no data usage because they didn't have any towers for my company that I am paired with. Overall 88 of 100 (4 Stars)