The Montcalm

At a glance

  • Romantic


    The intimate environment and of course, that double treatment room make The Montcalm an excellent venue for couples.

  • Location


    Within seconds of the tube, you will be hard pushed to find a more accessible hotel – not least of all because most attractions are within walking distance.

  • Shopping


    It doesn’t get much more convenient than having Oxford Street on your doorstep – our advice? Since you are well positioned at one end, might as well work your way down the whole street!

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    Opulent to the nth degree, The Montcalm provides excellent leisure facilities, beautiful accommodation, and an extensive treatments list.

  • Restaurant


    Both The Crescent Restaurant and The Grill Restaurant are sensory feasts from the interiors to the food itself.


The Montcalm

34 - 40 Great Cumberland Place, London,

Spa & Leisure

It is always a great pleasure to find an oasis of calm amidst the madness of a vibrant city, and that is exactly what the spa at The Montcalm London is. A five star venue with an A-list address, the impeccably designed interior has facilities to match with a fitness centre, sauna, steam room, monsoon shower, relaxing beds, and an exercise pool with jets.

Using Thalgo and Elemis products the on-going list of treatments is equally decadent, with a Gold Perfection Facial Treatment, a Chocolate Body Wrap, and a Maphrao - warm coconut soother massage to name but a few, as well as treatments for men, manicures, pedicures, reflexology, and a host of treatments inspired by every corner of the globe.

Hotel & Accommodation

Right next to Marble Arch and Hyde Park, it really doesn’t get more central than this, which makes The Montcalm ideal for exploring the shops, sites and entertainment aplenty that London has to offer, but that is assuming you wish to leave the hotel, which you could be forgiven for not doing. While the exterior is that of a white Edwardian townhouse, the interiors are a lesson in contemporary chic – from the up-lit corridors to the glowing colour palette and modern columns everything seems to shine.

Not to be outdone on any level, there are dining options as well as the quintessentially English offering of afternoon tea. The Crescent Restaurant and Lounge serves an international menu varying from Middle Eastern Mezza platters to pasta; while the more relaxed Grill Restaurant serves the best Britain’s countryside has to offer; and it’s well worth a visit to the Montcalm Bar before you dine to sample the list of cocktails.