Threadneedles, Autograph Collection by Marriott5.0 out of 5.0
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Threadneedles is a chique boutique hotel in the 'City of London' area. The building is beautiful and the rooms are well designed. The staff is very friendly and the barfood is nice. Looking at the price it is a bit high and the wifi wasn't very stable.
We stayed at this hotel because the conference my spouse was attending was based here. It is on a quiet street but conveniently located very near the Bank Station tube stop. The street entrance to the hotel is so understated that there is hardly an indication that it is in fact a hotel. The lobby and our room were both elegant, comfortable, and stylish, also all in a most understated way. The bedroom and bathroom were both impeccable. The only drawback might be that there are not many places to get breakfast nearby (if your rate does not include breakfast and you don't want to have the expensive breakfast in the hotel.) Nor do there seem to be many restaurants nearby - but the easy access to the tube, and taxis, makes that less important. The front desk and housekeeping personnel were all very pleasant and helpful. (I can't really evaluate the Value because the conference my spouse was attending had negotiated a group rate).
Beautiful hotel centrally located near London Bridge and other popular attractions. Great pubs and nightlife in nearby Soho. The hotel was originally a bank so the layout of the rooms in the floors is a bit odd. Nice sized room with desk and sitting area, vaulted ceiling, large picture windows and large bathroom. The best for me was the plush, comfortable bedding. Very much enjoyed my stay here.
As my friend and I were attending concert at the O2, I opted to book Threadneedles for us to enjoy a little luxury in the City before having to travel home. Our check-in was extremely efficient, and Andreea the receptionist was absolutely delightful - so friendly, genuinely helpful and courteous, and she even offered us an upgrade on the room I had booked! As if this wasn't enough, she also went well and truly beyond the extra mile by accompanying us to our room, explaining all the facilities and ensuring we settled in extremely quickly. Our room was very large and well-furnished in a tasteful and calming colour scheme - every single detail was covered, leaving us literally wanting for nothing, and every fitment was in immaculate condition. The bed was a king size and extremely comfortable, and our en- suite was modern and finished beautifully. The public areas of the hotel are particularly impressive - the building is the old city bank, and a lot of original features remain - such as the high ceilings with columns and intricate plasterwork, the marble fixtures, the bar itself, the beautiful spiral staircase and the magnificent glass dome above the seating area. Threadneedles simply oozes luxury in a boutique style, and as it is part of the Autograph collection (itself a part of the Marriott chain), you can be assured that service will he attentive and friendly, yet discreet, and also that lot of attention will be to the smallest of details - something which Marriott always does so well in my experience. My friend and I both absolutely loved our stay at Threadneedles, and happily agreed that should we need to stay in the area again, it would clearly be our first choice.
A very nice hotel almost opposite the Bank of England. I was upgraded to one of the hotels newest rooms, which was a bit hidden away all on its own on a floor of its own. I was a little worried that being directly opposite the lift could be a problem, but heard nothin from that while I was there. Only very minor criticism: there was an overwhelming smell of sandalwood in the corridor, and something else in the room. It was so overpowering that it came across as possibly being there to mask something else. Apart from that, nice place, very friendly staff and a good bar with decent food.
Perfect hotel in a brilliant location. Bank underground station is just a few minutes walk away. Check in/out was efficient and complimentary drinks were given upon arrival. Room was spacious and clean. Would return in a flash.
I have stayed here perhaps 7-8 times as I visit the City for work on a regular basis. This is a small hotel, and quiet, but very British feel, with lovely detail throughout the hotel. There is a good restaurant, and an elegant bar in the lobby. Room service is good, and extremely fast, though the menu items are a bit of an odd mix. The rooms are a good size with modern plumbing and very tasteful décor. The front desk staff is extremely professional and happy to help with anything you need. You really cannot go wrong. Only two real issues -- one was the internet, which was constantly cycling in and out (so it would disconnect and reconnect every few minutes). This is a HUGE problem is you are trying to do work, or speak on a phone that works on wifi as my work laptop phone does. The TV in my room also seemed to have a problem, with the picture breaking up for no reason at times, but breaking up consistently when any other electronics were being used (i.e., hairdryer). It may have been that the room has some quirk as a result of its location within the hotel, because I really have not had these problems before. In fairness to the hotel, I alerted them to the problem my last evening there when the wifi situation seemed to be getting much worse, but by then I was done working and I turned down their offer to investigate. The hotel was very responsive to my concern, I really just wanted to alert them to the situation for the next guest because lack of reliable wifi -- regardless of how wonderful everything else is at the hotel -- is a total deal breaker for me on a work trip. last thing I would add is that while this hotel is in a great location for conducting business in the Old City during the week, byt mid-evening on Friday EVERYTHING starts closing down. There is literally nowhere to eat or shop or go on Saturdays and Sunday (other than the hotel restaurant, which is open). This did not stop me from staying there but you may want to factor it in if you will be there over a weekend.
We stayed one night at Threadneedles hotel and were'nt dissapointed. On arrival we were given a complimentary drink as we checked in, staff were very friendly and helpful. Our room was perfect lovely big bathroom with bath and shower and plenty of space around the sink. Room also had a Nesspresso coffee machine and plenty of choice of teas and coffees and cookies. Breakfast was one of the best I have ever had, freshly squeezed orange juice, teas and coffee and full english with very good quality produce, really enjoyable. Would definately stay here again
Was able to check in at around 1:30 before the official check in time of 2pm, fabulous and really friendly receptionists. Shown to my room which was lovely, décor was perfect and room was spotless. Entire atmosphere was really luxurious and felt 5 star as expected. Booked this on secret rooms and considering the price I paid, I was blown away and would have paid more. Quiet room and checked out was smooth apart from being asked if we had ordered dinner and drinks the night before and hadn't. Glad this had been checked and this was quickly removed from my bill. Overall a fabulous place to stay, the location is unbeatable, would recommend.
I stayed one night for to this hotel located close to the London office of my company. It was quite expensive but reviews are so good that I thought it was worth it. I checked in asking for a quiet room and was allocated room 220 and wasn't impressed: small dark, barely any decoration... I got back to the hotel around 7:30pm and went to bed quite early. That's when I noticed quite a loud buzzing noise. I thought it was the fridge so I unplugged it but the noise carried on. I haven't been able to identify the source of that noise but it was very disturbing and kept waking me up. I could have asked to change room but I was already undressed and so tired so I gave up. In the morning I took one of the complimentary bottles of water only to notice that it had been opened before, just like the sparkling one. I mentioned this to reception when checking out and all they said was, in quite an exasperated tone: you should have asked us for another one. And he offered no compensation. I will not be staying there again.
- Walking distance to Royal Exchange and London Bridge
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Concierge services
Located in London City Centre, Threadneedles, Autograph Collection by Marriott is adjacent to Royal Exchange and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like London Bridge. This 74-room, 5-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in London, the hotel is also a short walk from St. Paul's Cathedral and Tower of London.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start your day off with full breakfast, available for a fee.
Threadneedles, Autograph Collection by Marriott's 74 rooms are air-conditioned and provide refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet, plus flat-screen TVs with cable channels and pay movies. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Free newspapers, free bottled water, and safes are also available.
Threadneedles, Autograph Collection by Marriott features free WiFi in public areas, 3 meeting rooms, and conference space. If you drive, self parking is GBP 42 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle for GBP 125 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free newspapers, a porter/bellhop, and wedding services.
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88% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1105 reviews