In the heart of London's fashionable Marylebone, The Landmark London Hotel has a stunning glass-roofed 8-story atrium with towering palm trees, an award-winning restaurant, luxurious bedrooms and an indoor pool and spa.
The hotel itself was opened as 'The Great Central Hotel' in 1899 with 700 bedrooms and was the last of the great Victorian railway hotels constructed during 'the golden age of steam'. It became The Landmark London in 1995 and since then has been through a lot of success and achievements.
They are proud of their historic building but moreover they are proud of what they have achieved as an organisation. They have been working hard to provide the best 5* service in London, making sure every guest leaves with a memorable experience.
The Landmark London also works hard to make sure that team members have a memorable experience too. It is important to them that the recruitment process is a positive experience therefore providing their candidates with a positive impression of their culture.
They want their people to have fun and so organise social activities throughout the year to ensure everyone can come together and enjoy themselves, away from a work setting.
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