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18 December

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Landmark London restaurant
Restaurant in Marylebone
Restaurant in Marylebone
Food served on the Gazebo one of the hotels restaurants

The Landmark London Hotel

The Gazebo

 

The Gazebo

The Gazebo, located underneath the eight storey glass roof atrium is the perfect venue for your business meetings or a quick bite to eat. With plenty of comfortable seating we serve light meals and beverages. Meet your business partners here for an informal meeting and take advantage of the space's wifi access.
 

Sample Gazebo Menu

The Gazebo is also ideal for small wedding receptions, leaving drinks or small celebrations. Serving Champagne, fine wine, salads, sandwiches and cream tea.

Opening hours
Monday - Friday: 8.00am - 8.00pm ( Food served until 7.30pm)
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

Special Offers

Dreaming of a Magical Christmas

Surprise and sweep your loved one off their feet with our ultimate Christmas experience that includes an overnight stay in our most luxurious Presidential suite as well as a visit from Santa himself.

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Christmas In the Capital

Stay in one of our beautiful guestrooms and indulge in mince pies and mulled wine before waking up the following morning to a traditional English breakfast in the stunning Winter Garden.

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All I Want for Christmas

Perfect for a family outing in London this festive period. Stay over in one of our family rooms or suites and receive children's Christmas stockings filled with surprises and a hearty breakfast in our stunning Winter Garden restaurant.

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Elementary, My Dear Watson

To celebrate the Museum of London’s exhibition of the world’s greatest detective–Sherlock Holmes, we have created an exclusive package that celebrates the ingenuity of this genius sleuth.

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