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London Marriott Hotel Maida ValeLondon Marriott Hotel Maida Vale  The hotel's facilities include a bar, guest car park, restaurant, room service, TVs. 
Restaurants in London
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B98 in London B98 St. John's Wood
A restaurant in Boundary Road, roughly ¼ mile from the hotel.
Bhan Thai in London Bhan Thai £££St. John's Wood
A mid-cost Thai restaurant at 103 Boundary Road, approx ¼ mile away. It provides a takeaway service and sells vegeta... more
Classic Tandoori Indian Restaurant in London Classic Tandoori Indian Restaurant ££Hampstead
A cheap Indian restaurant in Belsize Road, about ⅓ mile from the hotel, with delivery and a takeaway service.
Fratelli in London Fratelli £££££Kilburn
An expensive Italian restaurant in Kilburn, approx ¼ mile away. Fratelli offers a varied menu with Italian and Inter... more
Hiro in London Hiro St. John's Wood
A Chinese restaurant in Boundary Road, roughly ¼ mile from London Marriott Hotel Maida Vale, with takeaway. Hiro is... more
Kamil's in London Kamil's St. John's Wood
A Lebanese restaurant at 81b Boundary Road, approx ¼ mile away. It provides a takeaway service, delicatessen and sel... more
Kish in London Kish Kilburn
An Iranian restaurant in Kilburn High Road, roughly ¼ mile from the hotel.
Little Bay Restaurant in London Little Bay Restaurant ££Hampstead
A cheap French restaurant at 228 Belsize Road, approx ¼ mile away. Catering for private parties of up to 120 guests... more
Meghna Grill in London Meghna Grill ££St. John's Wood
A good value Indian restaurant in Boundary Road, roughly ¼ mile from the hotel, with a takeaway service, vegetarian... more
Tamada in London Tamada St. John's Wood
A restaurant at 122 Boundary Road, approx ¼ mile away.
Toresano in London Toresano ££££St. John's Wood
A pricey Spanish restaurant in Boundary Road, roughly ¼ mile from London Marriott Hotel Maida Vale, with live music... more
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