The Landmark Hotel


Interior Design, FF&E Purchasing Assistance


London, United Kingdom


The Leading Hotels of The World

The Landmark Hotel is one of London's most iconic hotels, combining timeless British elegance with 5 star luxury.

The Landmark Hotel is one of the great Victorian railway hotels, located in the Marylebone area of London. Alex Kravetz Design has worked on the project since its initial opening in 1993, when it was converted from the offices of National Rail back to a grand hotel. Alex Kravetz Design continuously improves and reshapes the mainly listed interiors maintaining the spirit and essence of this true grande dame. As with any long-term project, special attention is given to planning, careful budgeting and prioritisation.

The studio recently undertook a refurbishment of the hotel’s 300 guestrooms and suites, which offer some of the largest rooms in the capital. Major event spaces such as the Grand Ballroom and Drawing Room have also been refurbished and General Manager Andrew Batchelor, commented that “the hotel remains true to its historical roots; we’ve made fine adjustments to maintain the unique identity that is key to The Landmark London brand.”

The Landmark Hotel has also seen the refurbishment of one of London’s best kept secrets – The Mirror Bar. Its refurbishment combines the opulence and grandeur of its past with a contemporary touch. The Mirror Bar has been fully renovated with a fresh design, incorporating custom furniture pieces, botanical silk carpets, lighting and artwork. The seating capacity around the bar has been increased to allow for more guests to dazzle in the glitz of The Mirror Bar for pre-dinner cocktails and late-night drinks. The Mirror Bar is a place where time travel extends beyond the hotel lobby and one can revel in an intimate setting away from the buzz of the city.

Our next project in the pipeline is the Winter Garden, which is the heart of the hotel. The space is within a glass atrium surrounded by palm trees and creates a feeling of space and light, providing a perfect backdrop for afternoon tea at The Landmark Hotel.

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