JW Marriott Grosvenor House London Formerly: Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel

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Historic Park Lane luxury
The marble-floored foyer sets the stage for one of London's more swish and multi-talented traditional hotels, which opened in 1929 and expanded heavily in 1957, with the Marriott investing fours years of pricey renovation culiminating in a 2008 grand re-opening. In short, this establishment is a very big deal. Overlooks Hyde park and backs on to Mayfair, with Soho about a 20-minute walk away. The hotel's food outlets include a JW Steakhouse, while Richard Corrigan's celebrated restaurant Corrigan's Mayfair — specialising in game, wild fish and seafood — rubs up against the hotel's main entrance.


    • MauriceJoshua
      MauriceJoshua Over a year ago
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      Enjoyable stay
      I have been staying at this hotel, while traveling for business and I have to say that it has been a wonderful experience. Accommodating and courteous staff, great service and relaxing environment.

    • scottieman5
      scottieman5 Over a year ago
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      Stately hotel on Park Lane
      This confortable old hotel was been completely refurnished and offers excellent accommodates. Rooms andbathrooms are large and cofortable. Public areas are elegant. Service is outstanding and impleccable.