A night or two in London

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    Dorset Square Hotel 

    Dorset Square Hotel has experienced an extensive refurbishment, stamping it with designer Kit Kemp’s signature style: bold colours and textures, and bespoke and oneoff pieces of original art collected from around the globe. This beautiful Regency townhouse has 38 individually designed bedrooms, many of which look onto the leafy private garden square which was originally the site of Thomas Lord’s first cricket ground – witty references to the noble sport are scattered around the property.

    The sumptuous guest drawing room with a fireplace and a fun bar-restaurant is open all day. The Potting Shed restaurant and bar proudly serves the best of British cooking (such as West Country lamb and Kentish goat’s cheese tart) and Mediterranean classics, along with a carefully selected wine list. The hotel is surrounded by fashionable shops, cafés, restaurants and world-class galleries in the exciting, urban area of Marylebone.

    www.firmdalehotels.com

    The Landmark Hotel

    Opened in the late 1800s, the Landmark Hotel London is one of the few railway hotels from the Victorian era still in existence today and is one of the most popular 5 star hotels in London.

    Intricate ceilings, shining chandeliers and grand staircases provide an elegant and glamorous stay for guests occupying the 300 rooms and suites. The marble bathrooms include a soaking tub, walk-in shower and two sinks.

    The cozy restaurant and bar – called ‘twotwentytwo’ – dishes up modern-European fare. Oversized mirrors, wood-clad walls and a wine library offer a sophisticated and unique experience. The Winter Garden Restaurant sits in the heart of the beautiful eight-story atrium and proper afternoon tea is one of its specialties.

    The Landmark’s spa and health club has includes a sauna and ayurvedic treatments, which range from a seaweed oil message to an aromatherapy facial. 

    Located in central London, the hotel is opposite Marylebone Station and a short walk to Regent’s Park. Selfridges, Bond Street and Dover Street Market are also close by, making this hotel a perfect location to explore all that London has to offer.

    www.landmarklondon.co.uk