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The Landmark Hotel
222 Marylebone Road

Originally opened as The Great Cenetral Hotel In 1899, the property was the last and arguably the grandest of the great railway hotels of the late 19th Century. The project was the brain child of Sir Edward Watkins who dreamt of linking Britain to the continent by a channel tunnel which would end at Marylebone Station, opposite the hotel. The hotel was requisitioned by the government during both World Wars, first as a convalescent home for soldiers and then as a station for troops passing through London.
Room facilities include -:
Mini/honor Bar
Satellite Tv
Air Conditioning
In-Room Safe
Three Line Phone
Video Player

Single from: £100
from: £155

Nearest Tube: Baker Street

The Landmark Hotel



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