The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

Decked out in an opulent, eccentric style befitting the one-time home of Edward Lear, this seven-storey Georgian pile is ‘an interesting place’ with a ‘warm, inclusive atmosphere’ and more than a touch of character. More

Contact details

The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone
28–30 Seymour Street
Marylebone
London
Greater London
W1H 7JB
England
020 7324 4544

Hotel information

Bedrooms

24. 3 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year.

Facilities

lift, cocktail lounge, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview).

Background music

all day in cocktail lounge.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] room £245–£798, continental buffet £14, cooked breakfast from £4.50.

Good Hotel Guide Review

Decked out in an opulent, eccentric style befitting the one-time home of Edward Lear, this seven-storey Georgian pile has a ‘warm, inclusive atmosphere’ and more than a touch of character. Enter via the deep-red cocktail bar – ‘there’s always something to catch the eye’. ‘Every surface and inch of wall is busy: architectural plaster mouldings, Chinese ceramics, a sculpted nose.’ There are ‘decadent cocktails’ to be had here, and afternoon teas with unusual options (black pudding Scotch eggs with Indian spiced mayonnaise, perhaps, or sandwiches of sloe gin-glazed ham). A short menu of ‘perfect comfort food’ (sharing boards; sausage rolls; Old Fashioned-cured salmon on rye) is available till late. ‘Every detail has been carefully considered’ in the lavish bedrooms – ground coffee and organic teas; slippers and bathrobes; a hot-water bottle; a selection of novels. ‘Our rear room faced a mews – wonderfully quiet for London.’ Even the smallest rooms have large sash windows and fine antiques, but consider booking Lear’s Loft, which has a private roof terrace – ideal for dancing by the light of the moon.

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The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone
28–30 Seymour Street
Marylebone
London
Greater London
W1H 7JB

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