Ten Manchester Street Hotel Review

Ten Manchester Street Hotel Review


london-luxury-week-2015-300x120Ten Manchester Street is a boutique hotel in Marylebone, with 44 unique bedrooms housed in a beautiful Edwardian building. This boutique London hotel is located close to Regents Park, within 5 minutes walking distance of Baker Street station and 10 minutes from Oxford street and Bond Street station.

The hotel’s rooms include the SuperiorDeluxeCourtyard roomsJunior SuiteGrand Suite and Family Suite, each tailored to enhance the bespoke nature of this central London hotel and the individual needs of its guests. The hotel is ideally located for shopping on Oxford Street, a well-known and popular shopping location in the heart of London. As part of London Luxury Week, we were able to get a room and we want to tell you all about it.


The hotel named after the street it is located – Ten Manchester Street, Marylebone, London


Welcome……at number ten.

From the moment you walk into the hotel, you immediately feel like you’re in a home environment. The furniture and friendliness of the staff really allow you to feel welcome and relaxed.

Lobby, Bar Area

The lobby is small and intimate which really adds to the homely feel you get in all areas of the hotel. You really appreciate this when you’re looking around and you notice all the small details put in place to create an overall pleasant experience. The most important aspect of a hotel though, is the room, so lets go there.



The Room

The first thing I noticed about this room was that it was unlike other hotels in style. The colours and lighting were all geared around providing you with a relaxed state of mind and ensuring you have a great night sleep. It was almost as if the bed was formed to feel like your own bed at home rather than one of your standard hotel beds.

I mentioned earlier that the small details play a big role in how the hotel feels, and its the same here in the room. When I really took a good look around, I found that the walls have this terrific golden pattern that created a complex yet calming mood.


Petite Room


I truly enjoyed reviewing Ten Manchester Street Hotel and found I felt something that I never feel at hotels; I felt at home. Of course, the elegant furniture and architecture are things I am not particularly used to, they always did a great job at making it feel like home.

If you didn’t catch the video of the room at the top of the article, you can see it below.


About The Author

Lewis Jackson

I am a Social Media Expert with a love for fashion, sport and travel. Any practical fashion and business fashion is right up my street.

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