St Martins Lane (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... table with chairs. The bathroom has no door which is quite groovy but caused me some consternation as the maid knocked on our door while I was in the shower so was worried at revealing rather more than I'd have liked if she'd come in!! The shower is huge though and that and the toilet are behind a frosted glass door. There are Agua products available and some storage space available. The check in process was smooth and efficient and all the staff we met were lovely. They were happy to store our bags on departure for a few hours til we left for home. The big star of our stay was our dinner in Asia de Cuba which is the in-house resta... more
Customer St Martins Lane (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/11/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I went to this hotel for a night in the Summer, although I live in London, I stayed here as a treat for a friend of mine. It was such a great surprise for him, he had no idea we were booked into somewhere so swanky. The exterior is very discreet (no name at all) and the lobby is very glamorous - full of bizarre art objects, video screens and music. It felt very Miami as I'd been to the Delano in Miami and it reminded me a lot of that hotel. Our room was gorgeous, really stylish with a predominantly white decor saved by a splash of lime. There was a huge bed, a funky white unit containing TV and mini-bar and a long table with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/03, updated on 28/08/03 (Very useful, 150 readings)
This was a special treat for our wedding anniversary!! We walked from Covent Garden tube station (under 5 mins.) and walked toward what was actually a rather shabby looking building. I joked to Hubby that the building with scaffolding was probably the hotel knowing our luck. Unfortunately it was! We checked in with a young man on reception who was very friendly and approachable (as seemed all the staff). I cheekily asked for an upgrade as it was our anniversary and he smiled and said we already have upgraded you. So there was a good start! We tried to check in at around 3.10 pm but our room was not ready. He asked if we would like to go in to Asia de ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/02, updated on 07/05/02 (Useful, 303 readings)
I was taken here as a suprise and you will not have another hotel stay like it. I will admit it was expensive although there are discounted rates around. All the rooms are different and as it was we made friends with a couple we met in the hotel, saw their room and it was COMPLETELY different. Plus they upgraded my room upon arrival for free as they found out it was my birthday. The whole decor and ambiance of the hotel is amazing, the lighting and furniture is unique. When you stay you MUST visit the restuarant Asia de Cuba which yes is above the average cost but then the food and service is also above average. Amazing stay and would definitely visit again for ... Read the complete review
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