A Hotel Whose Style Is Like A Tree House
Every now and then you run into a hotel so unique and so stylish, one that captures your heart and attention. The Treehouse Hotel in London’s Marylebone is rustic yet it is its very own niche of hotel. The style of the hotel is warm and cozy, no matter what season it is, you’ll feel as if you’re camping outside. With constant foot traffic, it is a haven for those actually staying or those looking for a unique London dining experience.
Formerly the St. Georges Hotel, it’s the uniquely designed interiors, which is unlike anything you’ll find in London. It’s a getaway really, and the kind down-to-earth staff who make a visit memorable, that no matter how many times you call them, they are willing and helpful to assist your query.
Directly adjacent to the BBC, as you enter from the street level you notice the nature vibe of wood and plants in the café area on the ground floor. And, as you head up to the fifteenth floor where the lobby is you’re swept away by the scenic views of the city. Also, on the fifteenth floor is Madera, the hotel’s restaurant. The first thing you notice is how much it looks like an actual treehouse. The wood flooring, the gray walls, to the wood beams in the ceiling, and the plants hanging down lets you know you’re in a special place.
When many think of British hotels, traditional and historic style comes to mind. The Treehouse London is anything but. It’s like staying in an upscale, well designed cabin for the weekend. It feels as if one is in a mountain getaway, yet they’re in the center of the hustle and bustle of a major metropolitan city.
Madera includes Mexican fusion for breakfast, lunch and dinner with dishes like Huevos Rancheros, Carne Asada and Eggs; lunch has options like their Fajita Bowl and their Fluffy Beef Bun; while dinner includes their Mexican Fattoush Salad- a twist to the Lebanese salad, Pan Plans, which are flat breads that are like pizzas, and The Chef’s Enchiladas. Madera Churros and Tarta de Queso are some of the desserts on the menu.
As you walk into your room, you realize how family fun the hotel is. From stuffed animal pillows or Paddington Bear himself on the bed to the odd and end touches like cuckoo clocks, camping lanterns, and even a book on the bed when you arrive that promotes reading- you know you’re someplace special.
There are various room types from the Hideaway Queen, to the Hideaway Twin, and the Skyline Queen with 226 square feet. All rooms come with blackout shades, an HD Smart TV, room service, and a minibar. There are three suite types, one being the Clubhouse Suite with 409 square feet that has views of London’s BT Tower and the “Walkie Talkie Building,” as well a silver soaking bathtub.
The treehouse vibe is brought into rooms with the wood cabin-esque feel of wood that’s an accented style. Even the lamp touches are indicative of rustic outdoor style. The bed continues the wood touches with the accented headboard. The furniture is often leather sofas to one seater leather chairs. Rooms can be connected which enable larger families to be connected and closer when staying at the hotel. Whether you’re staying at the hotel alone, or with one other person, or your family, you will feel cozy as you snuggle into your room.
A great place to meet up with friends, or to have a weekend staycation, or to call home when you’re visiting London. The Treehouse London is the place if you’re not looking for traditional style like many of the other historic hotels in the British capital.
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