Hotel in Detail:The Ten Manchester Street Hotel has a modern classical style, offering international elegance in the heart of London and the fashionable local area of Marylebone. An red brick building first built in 1919 and still sporting its original Georgian facade, the hotel has large bay windows and an all weather ground floor terrace. Guests will certainly enjoy this hotel's ambience and desire to create a grand atmosphere. The decor features Christopher Guy furnishings and bespoke pieces throughout. As you enter the hotel lobby you are greeted by a black marble floor and a pair of large red designer armchairs while large black-and-white prints of London street scenes hand from the walls. Decorated in smart, subdued tobacco tones.
Each of the 45 guest rooms are individually decorated with options that include double rooms with garden terraces, junior suites and a Grand suite.
All rooms are en-suite and come with air-conditioning/climate control, bathrobe, complimentary bottle of water, coffee/tea maker, direct dial telephone, hair dryer, in-room laptop size safe, iron/ironing board (on request), mini-bar, free wireless internet access, satellite flat screen TV and wake-up service.
Room service is available 24 hours. Newspaper on request. Daily Housekeeping.
All rooms come as standard with en-suite rain shower, luxury TAYLOR toiletries, robe, 32" flat screen TV and DVD/CD player with iPod connecter.
Petite Double: Double bed. 16 square metres.
Superior Double: Queen size double bed, 20-22 square metres.
Garden Terraces: These rooms are to be found on the ground floor level and have access to private terraces complete with outdoor 'seating, music and heating'. 20 square metres.
Junior Suite: Lounge area with Christopher Guy furniture, 36" flat screen TV and sound system, separate bedroom with king size bed and additional 36" flat screen TV, en suite rain shower with bath on request, luxury AVEDA toiletries, robe and slippers, tea making facilities and espresso coffee machine. Interconnecting on request.
Grand Suite: Separate living area. Christoper Guy lounge furniture, kitchenette, separate WC and in-built 36" flat screen TV and sound system. The master bedroom area has a king size bed and additional 36" flat screen TV, en suite free standing bath and rain shower made of marble, luxury AVEDA toiletries, robe and slippers, tea making facilities and espresso coffee machine.
The Ten lounge: Has been specially designed to make you feel comfortable and It has a warm and homey atmosphere in which to meet visitors or relax. With its low level Christopher Guy seating, seductive lighting and warm tones, low key luxury with a personal touch. Serving fine wines, rare wines, spirits and cocktails. There is also a 'Ten bar' menu with the signature Ten Burger. Also serves Afternoon Tea.
Ten Restaurant: Separated from the lounge by a Japanese-style lacquered screen and lit with dimmed pin lights. Furnished with sofas the atmosphere and feel is cosy. Serves dinner.
Hotel serves breakfast from 8.30 till 10.00.
Humidor and Cigar Terrace: With an extensive range of hand-rolled Havana cigars (including cohiba, Montecristo and Romeo y Julieta cigars). All carefully maintained in purpose-built, cupboard humidors. The terrace is an all-weather outdoor terrace and provides a relaxing area for enjoying your cigar and why not order a beer while you enjoy your cigar. Features a walk-in humidor.
The public areas of the Ten Manchester Street are all air-conditioned, have complimentary WiFi and a lift services all floors.
Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Tube Station: Baker Street 0.3 miles (0.5 km), Railway Station: London Marylebone 0.5 miles (0.8 km), DLR Station: Tower Gateway 3.5 miles (5.6 km), Motorway: M1 Junction 1 4.9 miles (7.9 km). An amazing 6 underground stations within 0.5 miles (0.8 km) of the hotel.
The Ten Manchester Street Hotel London is centrally located close to Oxford Street (just 650 yards to the north) which is one of London's busiest shopping areas. Also within walking distance is Marylebone High Street (350 yards to the east), not often mentioned but a popular shopping area with a village like feel. To the North is Regents Park (0.3 miles) home to London Zoo while to the west is Marble Arch (0.5 miles). Just beyond Marylebone High Street is the famous Harley Street, internationally known as home to some of the best doctors and medical specialists in the world. Just the other side of Oxford Street is Mayfair, the fashion and Jewellery mecca of Bond Street and part of London's West End and adult oriented entertainments areas at Soho. Other local places of interest include the Wallace Collection (0.2 miles, 0.3 km), Madame Tussauds (0.2 miles, 0.3 km), St Marylebone Parish Church/cabbages and frocks market (0.2 miles, 0.3 km), Sherlock Holmes Museum (0.3 miles, 0.5 km), Wigmore Hall (0.3 miles, 0.5 km), Piccadilly Circus (1.1 miles, 1.8 km), Trocadero Centre (1.1 miles, 1.8 km), Leicester Square (1.2 miles, 1.9 km), British Museum (1.2 miles, 1.9 km) and Buckingham Place (1.4 miles, 2.3 km).
Bedroom Numbers: 45
Check-in: 14.00 (2 pm)
Check-out: 11.00 am
This hotel has averaged a score of 4.4 out of 5 by 1535 past guests
>>>Booking.com (average customer rating 4.3 out of 5 from 595 reviews)
>>>Tripadvisor (ranked 244 of 1140 for Hotels in London and rated 4.5 out of 5 from 940 reviews)
Parking:Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges are applicable.
Internet:WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Pets:Pets are not allowed.
Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 88% by past guests. The London average is 79% and the average for 5 star hotels is 89%. Therefore although the hotel is above average for London as a whole this hotel is below average for its sector (star rating) .
Milesfaster ranking: 223rd from 865 London hotels, and 90th of 133 five star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: Also close by and a similar hotel (0.3 miles, 0.5 km) would be the 5 star The Prince Akatoki London, whose lowest rates start at about £240 and which has a 92% guest satisfaction rating. The Prince Akatoki London also offers: free WiFi.
Would you prefer to go with something that has scored higher in guest satisfaction ratings? If that is what your after then the 5 Star Connaught Hotel seems like a possible option, it's only 0.6 miles (1.0 km) from here. The Connaught Hotel has a perfect unblemished customer rating 99%, a truly stunning achievement.
Local hotels analysed:The fifty hotels that are closest to this location (8-12 Manchester Street, W1 postcode) which we list extend for a 0.7 miles (1.2 km) radius. They are made up of 20 five star hotels (average rating 88%), 22 four star hotels (average rating 81%), 6 three star hotels (average rating 76%) and 2 two star hotels (average rating 60%). Top rated of the local hotels are The Beaumont London (5 star) and also the Connaught Hotel (5 star) (both joint top with 99%).
Base Rates: Base rates can indicate the lowest available rates for a particular hotel. This is a good general guide but as base rates do not account for special offers and one off deals they can only be a rough guide.
For the fifty local hotels we hold base rate data on 49 of them. The average base rate for all the areas hotels is £206 per night. From a low of £55 at Hallam Hotel (2 Star, 54%) and the highest rates top out at £739 at Marriott Grand Residences Mayfair (5 Star, 90%). The following are the averages for each star level: Five Star average: £321, Four Star average: £144, Three Star average: £67 and Two Star average: £67.
We rank hotels based on their guest rating but balanced for their influencing factors. We have ranked Ten Manchester Street Hotel 20th (joint) of 50 nearby hotels and 15th for the 20 five star hotels in the area. Our ranking for sheer lowest base rates is 19th of 49 (1st of 20 five star hotels.). We calculate an overall ranking combining the rates and rating scores. This hotel ranks 9th of 39 for pure value for money (Montcalm London Marble Arch was top).
Even though this hotel is below the London average rating for 5 star hotels it still rates above average for similar hotels in the local area.
History: Originally built as a nurses residence.
Re-launched on 10th of tenth (October) at 10.00 am 2009 as the number Ten. Previously the hotel was known by the numerals of its address as No. 10 Manchester Street. (actually the address is 8-12 but its mostly publicised as 10) For its re-launch the hotel underwent a re-design by Gibberd Interior Designers.