stay The Mandeville Hotel is based in the ever-fashionable Marylebone Village, within a few minutes walk of some of London’s most exciting shops, art galleries and antique shops of Mayfair. The hotel is perfectly located near some of the world famous auction houses such as Sotheby’s, Christies and renowned Harley Street clinics, making this hotel an excellent choice for your leisure, cultural and corporate stay in London. The hotel prides itself on offering a highly personalised service under the direction of its expert management team. Great design is the key to the hotel, providing guests with a sophisticated and stylish environment at accessible prices.
relax Internationally recognised interior designers have orchestrated The Mandeville Hotel's 142 bedrooms for the utmost comfort. Each bedroom exudes style and has been furnished with luxurious fabrics and wall coverings from some of the leading design houses. All rooms are individually air-conditioned in summer and heated in winter. Equipped with flat screen interactive LCD televisions with up-to-date broadband access, safes, two telephone extensions with voice mail and a fast and efficient 24-hour room service.
Marble bathrooms are equipped with all modern facilities such as power shower and combined hands-off radio and telephone and The White Company bath accessories. Smoking rooms are available upon request. The hotel is wheelchair friendly.
eat/drink deVille Restaurant
Designed by world renowned interior designer, Stephen Ryan, deVille Restaurant has been fashioned for those who wish to dine in a relaxed and elegant atmosphere, whilst trying the delicious modern British cuisine devised by their Executive Head Chef. The décor of the dining room is emphasised by the modern, large patterned, floral wallpaper motif punctuated by theatrical clear Perspex framed paintings and Venetian mask wall lights. Silver, Weimeraner brown and white are the key colours of the stylish deVille Restaurant.
Average bill for 3 courses and wine £40.00 per person
The glorious surroundings and vibrant colours of red, yellow, green and silver in deVigne Bar make this a truly fabulous place which is rarely found in London these days. Whether you are in need of a refreshing cocktail after a hard afternoon’s shopping or a stiff whisky after a gruelling meeting, you will be able to relax in style. Warm and ambient, deVigne Bar offers a most imaginative cocktail list, created by the in-house mixologist as well as an extensive whisky list which has been supervised by spirit writer and broadcaster, Ian Wisniewski.
deVigne Bar is open between 11.00am – 12.00am Monday to Saturday and Sunday between 5.00pm – 10.30pm.
afternoon tea Introducing the latest in fashion lifetsyle trends, the Mandeville is serving a "Fashion Tea for Two" served on Zandra Rhodes crockery in the deville Restaurant. Think pink as you munch on gorgeous finger sandwiches, scones and clotted cream, and the most delicious cakes and treats; elegantly presented on Zandra's new fashion bone china series and complemented by dutsy pink and cream table cloths. Fashion has never tasted so good.
location The Mandeville Hotel is located just off Wigmore Street and is gloriously situated between two of London’s most famous historical large parks, Regents Park and Hyde Park, which promise acres of green land. Ideal for summer walks, riding, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, tennis, golf, concerts and picnics. Nearest London Underground station is Bond Street. The hotel is also conveniently located for those using both the Gatwick and Heathrow Express. For location, please click onto our map provided. Closest airports are Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and City.
Sunday night on the razzle by hotel critic: harrison brown
On Sunday I checked in to The Mandeville unannounced in order to sample their hospitality for myself. Bookings for this new hotel have gone crazy and I wanted to know why. On arrival we were quickly and efficiently checked in, then went straight to the room. We booked the Deluxe double room for £149, non-smoking with a mini bar. I expected the rooms to be a little small, but reasonable by London standards, well appointed and stylishly furnished. I wasn’t disappointed. It was fitted out extremely well and the choice of colours and textures I really liked. I specifically requested a room with a minibar as I knew not all the rooms had them as yet, however they are being introduced slowly. I love minibars, and the site of this one threw me once again into a frenzy. I swung the minibar door open to find it completely empty. Reception apologised without hesitation and arranged another room. Satisfied with this I asked if they had any larger rooms available and they suggested the Junior Suite at a £30 supplement. We were whisked to our new room. Money extremely well spent. The room was twice the size and had a sofa and 2 armchairs. Style was similar, but somehow being able to stand back a little this room looked more fantastic than the last, and had a king size bed. It was a room I could spend some time in, but unfortunately didn’t have much to spare, as the local restaurants beckoned. The location is great to explore the mini-restaurant strip of James Street and St Christopher’s Place. Spanish, Lebanese, Italian, Thai, it's all within a few metres. Two minutes from the hotel you hit Oxford Street, right opposite designer South Molton Street - ouch! Overall I really enjoyed the stay. I think it is very good value for money and recommend upgrading to the Junior Suite for the extra £30 (£179 inc tax). However the Standard and Deluxe rooms will still give you a taste of what The Mandeville has to offer, and are a bit of a bargain. Well done Mandy!