This was the third city we visited in Europe, and this hotel was the best one we stayed in. We were... See full review
Oct 5, 2013
Super central location on South Bank
County Hall is in need of renovation - both internally and externally. This maybe limits the... See full review
Aug 6, 2014
5-star luxury and service overlooking Big Ben and the River Thames
With breathtaking views overlooking Big Ben and the River Thames, the five-star London Marriott Hotel County Hall pampers travelers with uncompromising elegance and service. Luxurious bedrooms are equipped with every modern amenity and indulgence, including Egyptian cotton linens and luxury down duvets. An indoor pool, full-service spa, 13 meeting rooms and on-site food and drink options make this hotel truly a preferred destination.
Superb location overlooking the River Thames
Luxurious guest rooms featuring Egyptian cotton linens and luxury down duvets
Traditional English afternoon tea
Luxurious guest rooms of the London Marriott Hotel County Hall have been perfectly appointed, with many offering views of Big Ben and the River Thames. All feature a Marriott bedding package that includes Egyptian cotton linens and luxury down duvets, with other additions that include: marble bathroom, trouser press, coffee and tea making facilities, mini-bar, high-speed Internet (fees apply), work desk, safe, luxury robe and slippers, and complimentary use of the indoor pool and fitness center.
With dramatic views overlooking Big Ben and the River Thames, the London Marriott Hotel County Hall, originally used as a seat of government, is a South Bank gem, a tranquil urban sanctuary that offers a welcoming retreat of elegance that both business and leisure travelers appreciate.
Rooms have been perfectly appointed with luxurious amenities, boasting a signature Marriott bedding package that includes Egyptian cotton linens and luxury down duvets, an indulgence in line with the hotel's prestigious heritage.
And after a long day of power shopping or corporate wheeling-and-dealing, a curative treatment at the on-site spa, a dip in the indoor pool or brisk workout at the well-equipped fitness center will soothe the senses while reinvigorating body and soul.
The hotel boasts three lounges and a restaurant, all distinctive venues catering to a variety of tastes and formalities.
Waterloo tube station (0.2 mi./0.4 km)
Westminster tube station (1.4 mi./2.2 km)
Heathrow Airport (14.5 mi./23.4 km)
London Aquarium (0.1 mi./0.1 km)
Westminster Abbey (0.4 mi./0.7 km)
Trafalgar Square (0.5 mi./0.9 km)
Covent Garden (0.8 mi./1.2 km)
Buckingham Palace (1 mi./1.6 km)
13 meeting rooms
Dedicated event managers
Comprehensive business services
Wi-Fi (fee applies)
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Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar
Enjoy views of Big Ben and the South Bank from our classic London steakhouse restaurant. Gillray's Bar offers perfectly prepared steak, over 70 different types of Gin, and locally-sourced produce. Save room for our signature Sherry Trifle.
The Library Lounge for Afternoon Tea
For the quintessential English afternoon tea, stop by the Library Lounge. With our superb restaurant location near the South Bank, we offer an ideal destination for sipping a cup after a busy afternoon spent exploring London. Private dining is available.
Leader's Bar & Outside Terrace
Opposite the Library Lounge, the Leader's Bar is perfect for pre dinner drinks and can be hired on a private basis.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
Great hotel , wonderful service, rooms were comfortable and spacious, we were on the fifth floor with a great view of the london eye and the river, with big ben in the background. All agreed best bed i ever slept on, they were so ccmfortable and
as before the service was great, they helped with our lost luggage they booked us a car from oounty hall to heathrow at 3:30 am and also were very helpful with checking us in a bit early so we could rest from our flight! The onky drawback i experienced was the Rotunda Lounge i found to be rather unfriendly with limited menu, we decided to eat outside the Hotel, to the east were a great couple of resturants and chain coffee houses, I would Skip the french bakery the lady was rude and the muffins were expensive and horridly dry and crumbly as if several days old. besides the Over the top candy,confection interiour made me want to vomit. Stay here there is so much to do right outside the hotel, right between two major underground stations, westminster and waterloo, would stay there again worth every penny!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
To the east is a small ap store we purchased breakfast items and milk here and kept it on ice in our room so we didnt have to venture out all the time for food or snacks.
The location was very central. Walking over the bridge to get to the tubes was hazardous due to extreme tourist congestion. Afternoon tea at the hotel was very nice, though pricey. My 11 year old was not allowed in the pool after 7pm, and most
nights we came home later than that. Most nights no one else was using the pool. Customer service was good, and there were casual places to eat nearby that were adequate.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Out the back entrance to the hotel were a row of restaurants that were fast and reasonable to get a bite to eat. The places along the Thames were not so nice.