Centrally located on London's South Bank, the luxury five star London Marriott Hotel County Hall is traditionally elegant, offering unrivalled views overlooking Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. The hotel has 200 spacious guest bedrooms and suites, many of which have private balconies and river views. All are air-conditioned, with a dedicated work area, internet access and luxury bedding.
The hotel occupies a stunning Grade II listed building that used to be London’s centre of local government, County Hall. It has been carefully restored to preserve its original architecture while retaining historic charm and period features. It offers the latest modern technology and contemporary comforts, ideally suited for both business and leisure.
With its appealing period setting, the newly opened Gillray’s Steakhouse & Bar celebrates Englishness at its best. The steakhouse is named after James Gillray, a famous caricaturist of the late eighteenth century and reflects County Hall’s political history, as well as the intelligence, style and humour of the English personality. The menu features English food including nine cuts of beef, all 35-day dry-aged Hereford Cattle from the Duke of Devonshire’s Bolton Abbey Estate in Yorkshire.