The establishment, which is owned by Khun Jatuporn, owner of Lancaster Landmark Hotel Company, also achieved fourth place overall on the list, which ranks UK businesses of all types.
The Grande Dame hotel said it achieved this “acclaimed” position for its successful organisation and consistent employee engagement, which is driven by the businesses’ core values of “respect, integrity, continuous improvement and fun”.
The Sunday Times list ranks Britain’s best companies primarily through surveys of employee satisfaction and engagement and measures the organisation across a diverse criteria.
This includes its leadership, the opportunity it provides for personal growth, staff wellbeing, work/life balance, how it gives back to society and the pay and benefits it provides.
Brian Hladnik, managing director of Lancaster Landmark Hotel Company said: “We are exceptionally proud that The Landmark London hotel has been ranked the best hotel to work for in the UK and the fourth best company overall in The Sunday Times ‘100 best companies to work for’ 2020 list.
“It is a testament to our robust people programme and thanks to the hard work of our team and our continual investment in their development.”
He added: “The whole team across the portfolio is extremely committed to achieving excellence in all they do, and work every day to deliver memorable moments to each other and to the hotel guests.”
Andrew Batchelor, general manager of The Landmark London hotel, said: “We are thrilled to have received this prestigious accolade, which showcases the continuous dedication and determination from all our team members to achieve the very best, ensuring they create a memorable experience and exceptional service for our guests.”