Originally used as a seat of government, the Marriott has been restored yet has kept its beautiful architecture - from the towering bronze doors to the polished marbled floors.
Opened by King George V and Queen Mary in 1922, County Hall is the former seat of London?s government; a building designed for the country?s leaders and for running the Capital until 1986. Today, it?s been restored to the highest standards- retaining its period features and its original charm but also offering the latest modern technologies, contemporary comforts and attentive, dedicated service.
All hotel accommodations have elegant marble bathroom, slippers, LCD TV with satellite channels and luxurious bedding. Some rooms have splendid views of the river. The spacious rooms include luxurious bathrobes and Egyptian cotton sheets.
The dining facilities offer modern European cuisine with the County Hall Restaurant opened for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Rotunda Lounge offering light snacks, traditional afternoon tea and has a cocktail bar.