Shaftesbury Suites London Marble Arch51.5157533743512, -0.160223096609116
A 30-minute walk from Westminster, Shaftesbury Suites London Marble Arch is a 4-star stylish property offering a luxury accommodation. The building was renovated in 2011.
The city center is about 30 minutes on foot. A great setting near a tube station offers good public transport connections.
Nearby points of interest include a palace and a museum.
Marylebone subway station is in a 5-minute stroll and Marylebone, Marylebone Road (Q) bus stop is 5 minutes' walk from the hotel. The hotel lies 15 km away from London City airport.
Shaftesbury Suites London Marble Arch is a property in London that comes with 15 rooms and provides a minibar, climate control, a safe, a fridge and an iron with ironing board. Bathrooms feature a bathtub, complimentary toiletries and terry bathrobes.
Eat & Drink
Guests can dine at Zayna and The Grazing Goat 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel.
The hotel offers car rental services on site.
Leisure facilities include a casino and a swimming pool.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
No parking available.
Year renovated: 2011. Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 15.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Late check-in/ -out
24-hour room service
Coffee/Tea in lobby
Spa & wellness centre
- 24-hour room service
- Dry cleaning
- Wake up service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Meeting room
- Business services
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Spa & wellness centre
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Paid films
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
270 sq. feet
1 Double bed
In the Room
220 sq. feet
1 Double bed
In the Room
270 sq. feet
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
In the Room
- City landmarks
The location was excellent making different places very accessible for shopping, eating, sight-seeing and commuting.
I had booked a single room and was initially dissappointed that all single rooms were in the basement and that I would not have a view. However, after being showed the other rooms on the First floor, I realized that the only view possible was that of other buildings and if I really wanted a view, I should have booked near the Thames. Overall, I really liked the duration of my stay there because of friendly staff.
The location was good, and the room comfortable.
We were given the room which was based on reception. The hotel staff were very noisy early in the morning, especially Sunday morning. Lots of mobile phones ringing, lots of clattering and chattering.
receptionist very friendly / helpful and room was everything one could expect - we enjoyed immensely and look forwar to good offers from you by e mail in future !! dr v brennan - we stayed on 20/05 /10
My room was extremely comfortable with elegant decor which extended into the en-suite shower room. The wall-mounted tv added to the pleasure of staying there. Oh and the big squishy duvet was lovely!
I was staying there in order to participate in the Moonwalk over night. this is a marathon (26.2miles) power walk and when I finished it my feet were sore and my legs began to stiffen up immediately. Climbing up 3 floors to get to the room on my return was really hard going - at that moment I would have appreciated a lift!
comfortable,clean,well located in central london
we got room on 3rd floor,disaapointed there was no lift
We were transfered a few hours before our check in to Shaftesbury Padding Court, London and although the rooms were very small they were very clean and comfortable.
The rooms were very very small.
The hotel room was well designed and comfortable but very small.
The furniture was new and stylish, hotel location was amazing, rooms were isolated so I could have a great sleeptime, free wired broadband was very useful with excellent speed.
Lights were not working properly but they fixed some of it as soon as we have complained, small rooms with little of space, no restaurant and no gym although it is 4 stars and money paid was relatively significant
location was excellent for what I required, and the room was exceptionally clean.
The downside to this was being on the top floor, with no lift and my key card not working on my arrival back to the Suites late, which meant walking back to reception and having to go back up 5 flights of stairs then. Additionally one light over the bed would not turn off during the night which kept me awake. These are minor issues.
The hotel was presented as having "luxerious suites". I booked a de-luxe executive suite and found myself in a room where you could not stand next to your bed if you were using shoe size 7 or above. It was noisy and the garbage smell from the court yard entered with the ventilation. They had taken out the fuse for the air-con to save electricity, and as I remarked this they pleased me with a 10 centigrade roomtemperature the day after. The staff was so aware of the con that they were actually laughing as I went into the room surely only having bets on how fast I would come back to complain. I am sure that the only positive feed-back on this hotel come from those that the staff has been asked to make in the late hours. The reception looked like a bed and breakfast, and check in was in the, supposedly 5-star Marble Arch up the road. (How do they get 5-stars without any facilities?). All facilities were then in the Montcalm further up the road. Not really 5-star to run down 150m down Cumberland in your bathgown after a sauna visit. The first day they promised to move me to a better room the next day, but this was forgotten by the time I got back next day. A classical misrepresentation abusing internet booking systems.
I think it was very enjoyable stay , clean room ,nice staff......
Unfortunately the room size.
The room was very small, and the staff doesn't understand when am talking to them very well.
The staff are friendly, helpful and overall excellent, and the room facilities are excellent. The hotel itself does not have the usual hotel facilities. Not a problem to me, and the parent hotel nearby provides them. It is small, without the usual hassle you get with large hotels. Altogether thoroughly agreeable - I have stayed there several times now. No lift, so if you have a problem with stairs, ask for a ground floor room.
On the last occasion, a large family made quite a lot of a noise until quite late, but having raised children myself, I regarded it as part of life.
Location is good
The room was very small & there is no eleveator
The location is excellent ,the room is large &well furneshed with a mini ketchen net
There is no hotel in that meaning they are just rooms,each level of the beulding cotains just two rooms (no louby,no eleviator (very very narrow stairs that can not take two persons or one carring his laugage in the same time) if you would like to take a breakfast you are wellcome but in another nearby hotel