Overlooking the leafy square that was the site of Thomas Lord's first cricket ground, this elegant and recently-refurbished Georgian town house stands just north of Marylebone Road, with Regent's Park a short walk away. Within, there's an attractive combination of hand-painted woodwork, gilt-framed paintings, tapestry, cushions and antique furniture giving a warm, refined atmosphere, to the public rooms on the ground floor.
The guest lounge is furnished with colourful armchairs, while you can eat in their popular 'Potting Shed Restaurant' decorated with cricket memorabilia.
The plush Thomas Lord room is ideal for meetings of up to ten delegates. It is bang up to date with surround-sound DVD, Wi-Fi and Powerpoint facilities.
Each bedroom has its own personality, artistically blending patterns and materials. All have top-quality bed linen and all the expected modern facilities including TV's with satellite channels and workstations. Some suites have four-poster beds. Marble-clad bathrooms come with bathrobes and top-quality toiletries.
Service is personal and first rate. Breakfast is charged as an extra, on an à la carte basis.
- Pleasantly Situated
- Number of rooms: 37
- Rooms, ensuite: 37
- Price (single room): from £230
- Price (double room): from about £260-£410
- Room Service: 24 Hours
- Air conditioned
- DVD Facilities
- Parking: Street parking, ask for advice
- Passenger Lift
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 20
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 10
- Directions: See the map on this page