Mandeville Hotel

Summary

Guided tour

Location

Services & Prices

City lights

Located in Marylebone, one of the last remaining villages of central London, the Mandeville was completely refurbished between 2005 and 2006 by some top names in interior design. The result is a vibrant embodiment of the spirit of the area, trendy yet with a keen eye on comfort.

A name usually associated with the apartments of celebrities, Stephen Ryan was responsible for the design of the public areas, creating a décor which is original and quirky, vibrant and flashy, in Regency pop art style. A trendy bar, small lounge and restaurant lead one into the other, each with its own individual refreshing contrast of materials and colour, in a hotel which is hip and happening, welcoming guests and locals alike.

The 140 rooms, the work of ARA Design, are more restrained than the public areas. Against a backdrop of fairly pure lines and cosy décor, you have discreet, quirky little features such as white leather headboards, gentle mirror effects and a play on acid colours. Professional service.


The clientele

Attracting an eclectic mix of the trendy and not so trendy, the hotel will appeal to guests looking for a central location with a village feel, vibrant, original public areas and extremely comfortable, relaxing rooms.

Starting at 194€ Book now
Comfort Rating
Room size 7 Rating : 7
Room amenities 7 Rating : 7
Breakfast 7 Rating : 7
Property amenities 8 Rating : 8
Global Rating 7 Global Rating : 7

Contacts & booking

Mandeville Hotel

Mandeville Place
W1U2BE

Metro station : Bond Street