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Millennium Hotel London Mayfair
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Reviewed 15 January 2008

Just returned from a two nights stay at the Millenium it was faultless. The location is excellent it is in a very quiet area but only about ten minutes walk from oxford street and the nearest tube Bond street. The room was a standard but was very comfortable with lovely comfy beds and pillows. The bathroom was small and compact but again excellent. The staff were very friendly and check in was excellent. The breakfast was buffet and continental excellent choice of foods although my partner upgraded for £3.50 for a english breakfast again excellent I can't praise this hotel enough to sum it up luxury hotel fantastic locaton brilliant facilities and staff Thank you we will definateley be returning .

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 January 2008

Stayed at Millenium Mayfair for six nights (Jan 4 to Jan11). The hotel was very centrally located and within a very short walking distance from Oxford Steet and Bond Street Tube Station.

The hotel itself was a very refreshing place to return to after a whole day of meetings. There was no phone on the bedside table. The hotel offerred to upgrade to a higher level of room. However as I was already settled into my room, I declined the offer to move. However, it was a very welcoming gesture on the hotel's part.

Given a choice, I would definitely stay at this location again.

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled on business
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Reviewed 10 January 2008

The staff at check-in were very welcoming. However, they did give me the wrong room number, so of course, my key did not work and I had to go back to reception to sort out the problem.

The Pine Bar was an excellent venue for a pre-dinner drink and the staff were very efficient.

My suite on the 7th floor was lovely. The bed was very comfortable, although I would have liked a firmer pillow. I was a little disappointed to see the dreaded combined shampoo/ conditioner in the room. The only downside of the room was that it was difficult to regulate the suite temperature and I found it too warm to sleep. I ended up opening the windows (in January) to cool things down a little.

Ate at the Brian Turner restaurant. Very poor value for money. The food was very tasty but ridiculously expensive for what it was. My starter, which consisted of 5 asparagus tips was £15! Unless you are on an expense account, I would not recommend the restaurant.

The location of the hotel was excellent and only a quick 5-minute walk to Bond Street tube station.

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled on business
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Reviewed 7 January 2008

The staff at this hotel could not have done more to help us during our stay. We had asked for adjacent rooms and the day before i rang to ask for an early check in. We checked in at 9:30 am ! The staff were very welcoming and we were also granted a late checkout with a cheery "no problem". The beds were comfy and although there were signs of wear and tear in the bedrooms they were spotlessly clean.
Breakfast ( we had continental only) was excellent and there was a high ratio of staff to guests which is a rarity in many hotels during the Sunday breakfast service.
The location was great and the Pine Bar was welcoming with an excellent pianist and good cocktails. Hope we won't glow in the dark after the polonium incident!!
Brian Turner even opened the hotel door for us and had a chat on Saturday evening.
Top notch! The staff are a real credit to the hotel and its management. They seemed genuinely happy to help us.

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled with family
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1  Thank SJ118
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Reviewed 4 January 2008

The location of this hotel is wondeful - 2 minutes walk from Oxford Street / Selfridges and 10 minutes walk from Piccadilly. However, there are many potential areas for improvement with the hotel itself. We booked the Festive Fizz rate directly with the hotel's web site, which was acceptable. The check in was quite unprofessional - the female checking us in forgot to give us the room keys until prompted and informed us that breakfast was served from 0700 until 1100. When we went to breakfast on one morning at 1030 we were refused - breakfast is from 0700 - 1030!!! In general breakfast was ok - nice fresh fruit but horrible bacon and scrambled eggs.
The room: very small overlooking a service road to the rear of the hotel. Toilet cracked (room 628) carpet and wallcoverings worn. Room facilities otherwise good. Housekeeping excellent.
Would I stay here again? Probably not. The Cavendish on Jermyn street far exceeds this hotel in all areas so would go back there if staying in London.

  • Stayed: December 2007, travelled as a couple
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