"The Mondrian was simply wonderful. Excellent !!!!"
Stayed at the Mondrian twice within a two week period and would not hesitate to stay again. In fact, it would be a huge disappointment if it was full up during our next trip. The location is great as well. 10 min walk to either Blackfriars or Waterloo tube station. The big surprise was the activity outside the hotel along the Thames. Fun, great , youthful atmosphere. Really enjoyed the excitement. The hotel itself was warm, trendy and beautifully done. Most of all the staff was young and knowledgeable and very eager to please. In fact, upon our check out one of the staff ran up the street to flag a taxi to expedite getting back to Paddington to catch the Heathrow Express. I cannot express how much I enjoyed the Mondrian London Sea Containers. Cam the concierge is the best!!
Traveller from Boston, MA
Mondrian London at Sea Containers - opening Summer 2014 and envisioned by renowned designer Tom Dixon - brings the intensity …More
I had no idea where to stay in London on a recent visit and after what felt like hours of looking at hotels booked this one. I'm so pleased I did. We arrived very early knowing we would not be allowed to check in but we were quickly assisted and able to drop our bags of so we were able to explore. The only thing that I did not like about the hotel was the fact that there was no traditional reception, making a bit confusing where you should go when you were checking in and a bit confusing who were and weren't members of staff. We also weren't asked if we would like to leave a swipe of a credit card when we checked in so we were unable to charge anything to the room. The staff were extremely helpful and were there in seconds one morning when we were puzzling over the underground map to point us in the right direction. The room was lovely, clean, well equipped. The room was spacious but the bathroom a little cramped and the shower only seemed to have two settings hot and scalding but we coped. We had upgraded to a premium room so had slippers, robes, newspapers, a coffee machine and a mini bar. The only thing I would say with the mini bar was that there was only one of every item in it - not helpful when there are two of you staying in a room. The air conditioning was a little bit noisy but the bed was huge and very comfortable. The location was amazing, making many iconic sights in London walkable. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay here again.
The staff is very kind, and always eager to help us out when United Airlines lost our suitcases. The hotel looks brand new. Very nice brakfast. Good location, its only 2 block from subway station London Bridge. Its a US 3*/4* hotel, excellent price for London. The hotel is remodeled, everything looks and feels brand new.
The hotel was in an awesome are of the city. Very close to the river and major site seeing attractions
The hotel was very clean and comfortable and the staff was very efficient and friendly
Breakfast at the hotel was also well presented and had a variety of options
Traveller from st. john's, nl
With culture and restaurants in the immediate Blackfriars and Southwark areas; the latest events on the famed South Bank and …More
My wife, 12 year old daughter and I stayed again at the Park Plaza Westminster bridge this bank holiday weekend. Location is excellent with fantastic views of Big Ben and the House of Parliament. The room is large and the design is excellent as our daughter had her own separate sleeping compartment with its own tv giving all of us privacy and a choice of what channel to watch.
Breakfasts are good with a wide range of choice.
Only slight complaint was the delay in checking in and the bar closed early on Sunday night.
This hotel was decent. I would say for a family or couple that wants to be close to good links to The City or major London attractions, but doesn't want to have to pay central london hotel prices Marlin Apartments properties are a good choice.
Pleasant but disappointing due to lack of communication between the hotel and booking agent (Expedia). Our booking included breakfast, however it is embarrassing being asked twice to pay for something that is part of our package. I had to use the hotel computer to print off my itinerary to confirm the package we had.
The room was very clean and spacious however we had requested two double beds which we did not get. This was a great disappointment for my daughter who ended up on a fold up bed. It did sadly spoil what was an enjoyable few days in London.
The South Bank on the River Thames is one of the capital's foremost cultural hubs. Stroll along the Queen's Walk and take in views of London's most famous landmarks, like the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. The Southbank Centre, one of the largest arts centers in the world, hosts concert and theater events at eminent venues including the National Theatre and the Royal Festival Hall.