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Marylebone offers what so many London neighbourhoods cannot: a village feel coupled with urban convenience. Much of its success rests in its location. Wedged between the northeastern corner of Hyde Park and the southern end of Regent's Park and with a number of Tube stations within easy reach, Marylebone is as pedestrian friendly as Central London gets. The bustling shopping mecca of Oxford Street separates it from Soho and Mayfair, exclusive Regent Street marks its border with Fitzrovia, and cosmopolitan Edgware Road serves as its western edge. Within this enviably situated quarter are an array of outstanding restaurants (from Michelin darlings to down and dirty cheeseburgers), an impressive assortment of independently owned shops, and some of the city's quietest and most pleasant nooks, crannies and cobbled lanes.
I took the underground to Bond Street and walked from there. I arrived too early, so I sat on one of the seats. I found it to be a bit too warm for me, as I sat there, so I got up and stood by the door. I was told to wait there, as I wasn't supposed to walk in...
First real chance to stroll at leisure through Marylebone and what a pleasant surprise.
Lots of unique shops and cafes to discover, high street runs directly opposite Regents Park gates, and ends almost in Oxford street.
If you dance a change of scenery in London give this place a try.
We stayed in a hotel near Baker Street. The street is close to Madame Tussod, Underground and Hop In bus. It is also close to some of the shopping area. Transportation is convenient. A few choices of food nearby.
"Go if you like Sherlock, don't if you're partial. "
reviewed 14 June 2020 by JalynCameron
Really nice staff, really cool knick knacks all throughout the mussuem. Cool gadgets and trinkets to get from the gift shop.
Downfalls- pricey as its purely a tourist trap. Shop wisely. The museum is super small. You can do it all in about 30 mins max including browsing the gift shop.
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"An Imposing Structure - Just North of Hyde Park"
reviewed 4 June 2020 by The_Loup_Garou
An Imposing Structure - Just North of Hyde Park
While we had walked through, and around much of Hyde Park, on our many visits to London, we had really not fully explored the northern section, that area around famed Speaker’s Corner, until September, when we stayed a bit further north on Park Lane, than we usually do. In that exploration,...
Melted in my hands! I didn’t know of this chain until in Covent Garden and saw a queue. Curious me gave it a go.
I’m not a massive cookie lover but this was one of the best I’ve had!
I ordered the choc chip cookie. It was soft, gooey and just downright delicious!
I thought they were reasonably priced. Would...
The food was delicious and beautifully presented. The service was great as well. They made sure we had plenty of cold water for the hot day and were very attentive in general. The food came promptly and was better than expected.
I would totally come again!
I really wanted to experience afternoon tea for my first visit to England. Since it was Christmas Eve, my husband and I splurged on a Prosecco afternoon tea at Scoff and Banter tea room near Oxford Circle. The restaurant was quiet at that time, the setting was elegant with white linen and dark tufted leather seats. The staff were well...
I was staying at the Marylebone for work before, and will surely stay there once my job starts back up, the COVID- 19 Pandemic.
I have had the absolute best experience I could have had staying at any hotel, at the Marylebone!
The people working there are tireless in their pursuit to help make anyone's stay that bit better. I...
This hotel really went above and beyond. We checked in last minute, and they showed us a variety of rooms to meet our needs.
We wound up choosing a suite on the 9th floor, which was beautiful. It had views of London, a separate sitting area, an amazing bathtub and an incredibly comfortable bed.
Ian, at the front, was so...
Beautiful hotel that really ticks all the boxes.
Delighted with our very spacious room and the service we received from check in to leaving was first class.
Would highly recommend and look forward to our next visit.
A really cute and warm hotel with a homey feeling. Really clean. The service is excellent and everyone is warm and friendly. Location is amazing just in the heart of London. My bed was so comfy. Would recommend to anyone.