Malmaison's 7th hotel repeats the successful formula developed in its Northern predecessors. Stylish and modern decor, individually designed rooms and affordable prices for London, particularly at the weekend.
Stayed recently. Rooms are fantastic and food is great. However, avoid Fridays - the area is 'clubland' and, having had a great evening, we returned to the street outside heaving with people and booming drum 'n' base until 4am! No night porter and only bar staff available in the morning. Wrote a letter of complaint to owner/manager and received no response. Would sadly not return. There is no shortage of other great hotels.
by susanmargaretkennedy, 14 Nov 2009
Great hotel, and best hotel chain ever (I've been to the Glasgow one too). Food is nice. Try it.
by georgewilliams96 (9 reviews
), 20 Jul 2009
I had a delightful meal there yesterday evening in a private dining room to celebrate a friend's birthday. Everything was good, the service in particular, was excellent.
The only fault was actually in the menu which described the cheese course as 'le GRANDE fromage,' The noun fromage being masculin, of course takes the masculin article 'le', but the adjective should also be masculin, i.e. GRAND, without the E. A small point, but if you strive for perfection, then of course, everything counts, not least, the correct usage of language for a 'french' restaurant.
by Anonymous, 11 Jun 2005
This is a fantastic restaurant. Great cocktails, fabulous chesse and brilliant service.
by Joannab (2 reviews
), 07 Apr 2005
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