The Leonard Hotel
15 Seymour Street, W1H 7JW London, England
- Reviews 35
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The Leonard Hotel - Description
The Leonard Hotel and Residence is in London's famous West End, near the city's best shops, bars, clubs and restaurants. Main attractions like Hyde Park, Oxford Street, Selfridges department store and Bond Street are all within walking distance. Marble Arch tube station is a two-minute walk from the hotel.
The Leonard Hotel and Residences offers both guestrooms and apartments, which are located just opposite. Guest can reserve the hotel's private dining room, ideal for business meals or intimate gatherings, or enjoy fine dishes made from fresh, local ingredients at Seymours Restaurant. A delicious English breakfast is served along with classical music in the Café Bar.
Premium quality awaits you at the Leonard Hotel and Residence, located on Seymour Street in the heart of London, in a row of elegant, 18th-century buildings. The Leonard is a perfect choice for both business and leisure travelers, who are two minutes from Bond Street and the shops of Oxford Street. From the lobby downstairs to the stylish guestrooms, the hotel decor combines classical English style with traditional touches throughout.
Leonard Hotel is conveniently located in the popular Hyde Park area. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Smoking room, family room, room service, concierge, Wi-Fi in public areas are there for guest's enjoyment. The well-appointed guestrooms feature DVD/CD player, television...
Located near Marble Arch and just off Portman Square, the Leonard is in the heart of London's shopping district only 3 minutes away by cab to Paddington Railway Station and a 2 minute walk to Marble Arch subway. The business district is only 8 minutes on the subway and Hyde Park is a 2 minutes walk.
EmplacementThe hotel is ideally located in Seymour street, 2 minutes away from Oxford street and its famous shops, 5 minutes away from Bond Street, and within walking distance of many of Londons attractions.ChambresAll the rooms are individually decorated in a classic and timeless English style. ...
The Leonard Hotel type(s): Luxury
The Leonard Hotel facilities and services
Pay Parking(find others hotels with Parking in London)
High speed Internet , Internet Access , Wireless internet access(find others hotels with Internet Access in London)
- Conference Facilities
- Accessible Facilities
- Health Club
- Lounges and bars
- Ironing board
- Spa and fitness center access
- Sport facilities
- Gym / Fitness center
- Spa & Health Center
- Child Minding Services
- Laundry services
- Dry Cleaning
- Breakfast Room Service
- Meeting amenities
- Currency Exchange
- Fully equipped business center
- Rental of a VCR / DVD player
Overall happy with my stay. Had a clean and pleasantly decorated room. Centrally located, cosy hotel. I would stay again.
the quality of the hotel is pretty good but not as good as it could get 5 points. I learned that the points the hotels get is just a matter of how they liked the hotel, just an individual view point, soRead more to be fair and to help other people from their being tricked by the comment of a particular guest, I should give a lower point that they deserve. Hotel was pretty clean but the room was so tiny, the bed was filling up whole space of the room, and the view from the room was dreadful, The breakfast was rather poor and their service was very slow and the worst thing is that everything is badly organised. They should have some smile on their face when they are dealing with guests. The potter had a lovely smile and helpful though. However, when I visit London next time, I do not think I will be staying there again Hide
Rooms were ok, but it's a hassle getting to the top floor as elevator doesn't go up that high. I had a very disturbing incident with a night manager: he barged into our room about 10:30 PM without knocking.Read more I was getting ready for bed and was undressed. He tried to explain why he was there...made no sense (as I'm standing there trying to cover myself). I called down to the front desk and received only an "I'm sorry." Talked with manager the next morning who promised to look into it...didn't hear back from him before we left the next day. When emailed after our return, he merely apologized. I will never stay here again, nor will I recommed it to anyone. The staff is obviously not trained in proper hotel etiquette, at least as far as US standards go.
Great location and atmosphere. Nice, old world hotel. Friendly staff. Large rooms for London. Warm and cozy lobby and bar area. Near the Marble Arch tube so easy to get around London. Comfortable rooms,Read more if not a bit dated, but did have new flat screen TV. Elevator a bit scary (it's old). Food was average and very pricey. Better bets around the neighborhood (excellent Egyptian food a few blocks up).
When I checked in I was delighted to find both the lobby and my room in this small hotel was beautiful and cozy, with friendly helpful staff. I got an acceptable room rate for the excellent location --Read more high by normal standards but acceptable by London standards.
I am here on a business trip. One thing incongruous with the otherwise flawless experience: It's now Sunday night, and the guest internet has been down since I checked in Friday afternoon.
Some of us have come to depend on the Internet for affordable telephone calls for business and with loved ones at home (via Skype), research about how to operate in foreign cities (via Google Maps, Wikipedia, etc.), our work communications (email and videoconferencing), and our appointment scheduling (Google Calendar). For people like me (and maybe you, since you read tripadvisor reviews), no Internet is like no electricity.
The manager explained that the issue was apparently between the ISP and BT. In the US, three days of downtime is extraordinary and inexcusable -- a sign of laziness or incompetence in the Internet Service Provider, who would normally be providing several layers of redundancy. I'm new to London, but with all the important business activity here I can't imagine standards are that much lower. I hope the hotel will be switching ISPs, a process I would have initiated after the first 24 hours of downtime.
On the second day the staff graciously provided a workaround: letting me use one of their work machines in the lobby (which are apparently connected through a different ISP or something) or plug my laptop into their network. Certainly this is better than nothing, and I appreciate the flexibility in this regard.
I will need to do network conference meetings for work, which would be impractical from the hotel lobby (or an internet cafe, due to the time zone difference and privacy issues). My assistant in the US is checking for other places to stay if the network doesn't come up Monday morning.
Bottom line: DO stay here. But if you depend on being connected, first confirm they have changed ISPs, or developed some kind of redundant connection. I rated two of five, which reads "Okay, but some problems." I would have rated five of five if the guest network issue had been fixed in a timely manner.
Although I could have skipped staying in London due to the exchange rate on our spring vacation, it was my husband's first trip to England and so I started hunting for a hotel. Travel Zoo had a specialRead more which I obtained for my cousin and her daughter; we had to book the Junior Suite as we were a party of 3. I've stayed in London many times in the past 40 years, with experiences in youth hostels, B & B's, and many hotels. I couldn't believe such a beautiful, well located, spacious and well appointed room was located in London for the price we paid. I'm not sure where the pictures posted on other reviews were taken, as they depict something I didn't see. Our room was in contrast to those pictures--it was decorated in beautiful furnishings. My English cousin couldn't believe the hotel in this location could be so affordable. The staff was very accomodating, letting us into our room early, giving my cousin the "best available room" close to our suite, keeping our luggage all day until we took the train home that night. I can not imagine a bad experience here. Loved everything about it.
Quaint charming hotel! They combined 4 or 5 townhouses and turned them into a hotel just conveniently around the corner from a tube stop and largely a residental area. After a rather hot day touring inRead more London, it was refreshing to come home to our cool and crisp air conditioned delux room. I especially liked the cozy bar area, just to the right of the dining room. Well done all.
My husband and I stayed at The Leonard for four nights on our recent trip to Ireland/England. The hotel was located a block off of Oxford Street, near Hyde and Kensington Parks and near many local restaurantsRead more and bars. We loved the location of this hotel. Our room however was smallish and it was fairly old/ outdated, although the bathroom had been recently remodeled and was very clean. Our room was located on the 5th floor which proved interesting b/c the lift only went to the 4th floor, which meant we had to walk up a winding set of stairs with heavy baggage to get to our room. The lift was also extremely claustrophobic, and my husband and I opted for the stairs most of the time. Overall I would stay at The Leonard again for the location and price, but ask for a room on a different floor.
I was looking for a good quality central london hotel at short notice that wasn't another of those 'cheap for a reason' horrors that promise so much and deliver so little and where the website bears noRead more relation to the real thing. The leonard was absolutely spot on.
I was given a very quiet room on the top floor which was extremely well furnished and had a very spacious sitting area and luxurious bathroom. The Aircon worked perfectly and without any noise.
The staff on the front desk were absolutely charming and check in and out were both speedy and courteous.
The whole experience was faultless and i will always make it my first call when staying in london.
It might be of interest to overseas travellers who may be nervous about London that there is a police station a little further down the same street.
note: i didn't eat at the hotel as time didn't allow hence i have not been able to comment.
This was our first trip to London. We were looking for a comfortable, convenient and affordable hotel and our stay at the Leonard met our needs. There are so many hotels in London so we relied on Trip Advisor to help sort out the list. This hotel is not the Ritz but it is also not $1000 a night.
The staff was extremely helpful and attentive. We arrived at 11 AM exhausted from the transatlantic trip, the Hotel allowed us to check in early. The location is outstanding, only a short walk to the Marble Arch tube station. Also a few blocks away is St Christophers place with a variety of restaurants.
We booked a Jr. Suite which has a one bedroom with a sleep sofa for our daughter. The size of the room was fairly spacious for Europe. The bed was comfortable and the room was quiet and clean.
For no additional charge you can use a computer/printer in the lobby which was very handy. We did not eat in the restaurant but it looked very nice.
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