The Cumberland

Great Cumberland Pl, London W1H 7DL

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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.

0800 330 8512

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The Cumberland Hotel
Reviewed from Google

3.8 out of 5 stars

Mark Foreland
Mark Foreland

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Very good Hotel with perfect location. Room was big and cozy and hotel staff was highly professional. I had a high fever on our last day and flexible hotel manager let us stay in our room couple extra hours. We paid of course... Sorry to hear that legendary Cumberland is closing... But we'll be back in Hard Rock Hotel.

Lucian Moldovan
Lucian Moldovan

2 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

The staff is nice and the hotel is well located. But definitely doesn't worth the 4*. Cold inside...unbelievable the windows have only one glass sheet and no heating. In construction now so access is some long way underground.

Benedikt Þorgeirsson
Benedikt Þorgeirsson

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

The hotel was being reconstructed while we were there. We had to walk forever to reach our room and the main entrance was closed. Rooms were nice and location is good

Dennis Howell
Dennis Howell

3 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

The hotel is in reasonable condition as at time of writing, a refurbishment must have taken place in the not too distant past. The bed obviously was not old and was of good quality providing good support to someone who has a history of back problems. However I would question the value for money given other aspects of the room. I had managed to secure a superior double but it was not particularly big. Luckily I was by myself but two people in the room and you'd potentially be bumping into each other or finding it difficult to pass each other. Secondly, it was an inward facing room overlooking one of those grotty contained courtyards where you can only see the windows of other rooms, or you could if the windows weren't masked so you can't see out except for the uppermost panes! The lift system does not work well either as on one side it's an old fashioned button and on the other is new system with a touch screen. It's not immediately apparent which system is responsible for which lifts.
The breakfast was good but not remarkable.

I would stay there again but it wouldn't be my first hotel of choice.

Kevin
Kevin

4 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Well located. Breakfast is chaotic and very busy. Rooms small but nicely furnished, heating didn't work in mine but was offered new room or radiators. Staff are really friendly. Very close to underground