The Mandeville Hotel
What We Love
- The Reform Social & Grill restaurant has a great, reasonably priced menu
- Etro products in the bathrooms
- Head Chef Serge Neil's Vintage Afternoon Tea
What To Know
- Central London can get pretty busy at the weekends
- Free WiFi is available
- Interiors are a little on the girly side
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Room Service
Perfectly placed between the leafy confines of Marylebone Village and the shopping mecca of Oxford Street, the Mandeville Hotel is a 142-room boutique crash-pad within easy reach of Selfridges and Liberty. Decor errs on the feminine side with towering vases of white roses, scented candles and damask walls in some of the bedrooms (plus the occasional floral bedspread). However, the Reform Social & Grill pulls back the masculine factor with a zinc-topped bar, leather banquettes and a hearty menu. Check out the Vintage Afternoon Tea with locally sourced eats, such as John Ross Scottish smoked salmon and goats’ curd from Thornby Moor Estate in Cumbria.
In the Area
Located just a five-minute walk from Oxford Street, guests will be perfectly placed to shop ’til they drop. Find everything here from high-street fashion favorite Topshop to independent-boutique-filled side streets like the quirky Carnaby Street. Further down the road is Selfridges, one of London’s best-loved department stores. Housed in a grand building by the Bond Street tube, it mixes designer fashion with high-street brands, and the hallowed Food Hall is not to be missed. For more food fixes, Rhodes W1 is the brainchild of celebrity chef Gary Rhodes, and even if you’re on a budget (or have blown it in the shops), you can get an impressive prix-fixe dinner here at an excellent price.
How to Get There
Staff was fantastic (a big shout-out to Milene at the reception), as well as room cleanliness and restaurant service. The one minor issue I had was some noise from (probably) other room at night, but I believe they will work on it.
good location (close to oxford st. and Bond station
good location, close to Oxford st. and Bond station. good service, good breakfast ( Tushav from the resturant's staff was extreamly nice). nice and clean rooms.
The problem with this hotel is it is o near the best shopping. No sooner have we arrived she has dropped the bags with the concierge and is away with the credit card. Fortunatly there is a nice bar to come back too.
Nice hotel, nice staff my wife would not stay anywhere else.
The staff where excellent hotel very clean, as it was a special trip for my wife celebrating her 60th birthday and having afternoon tea at the Ritz made the trip worthwhile . And if we do come down to London again the Mandeville will be our choice to stay many thanks mr D Wilson
My favourite place to stay in London. The rooms are comfortable and well appointed, small but modern bathroom, convenient location with easy access to the Underground (Bond Street Station), great shops and restaurants close by on Marylebone High Street.