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LOCAL ATTRACTIONS NEAR THE MARYLEBONE HOTEL

London is a treasure trove of things to see and do. Here are some of The Marylebone Hotel’s nearest landmarks – each a must-visit and none more than a short walk away. To help plan your perfect trip, simply ask our concierge to help you make the most of what the city has to offer

 
 
Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall

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Wigmore Hall is one of the most beautiful and least known of London's recital halls, promoting more than 400 concerts each year and home to broadcasts by the BBC. Since its founding in 1901 by the Bechstein piano firm, the hall has hosted many remarkable performances by Arthur Schnabel, Percy Grainger, Caruso, Thomas Beecham, Artur Rubinstein, Prokofiev, Poulenc, Hindemith, Britten and Pears, Schwarzkopf and Jacqueline du Pré and many others. Wigmore Hall continues to be the venue of choice for a global roster of leading classical, jazz and world music artists. Designed by English architect Thomas Colcutt in the Renaissance style, the hall is intimate enough for recitals, whilst having the grandeur of a larger venue. For the music lover, or simply for the curious, a visit to Wigmore Hall is a must.

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The Golden Eagle Pub

The Golden Eagle

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The public house is an institution in London, hub of most Londoners’ social lives and integral to the city’s culture and identity. The Marylebone hotel's ‘local’, is The Golden Eagle, on its very doorstep, at 59 Marylebone Lane, a beautiful space that’s become a draw for those in the know. Step inside and you step back in time. Into a place that’s no different to the pubs of Dickens or Conan Doyle (though they would remark upon the cleanliness of the air and the high quality of the ale). The pub features a selection of great ales, porters and fine wines, and even a pub piano, with ivories that are tinkled three times a week by Tony 'fingers' Parsons. Once ubiquitous, the pub pianist is a rare find in the West End these days, so get down to The Golden Eagle and enjoy a great London tradition.

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Marylebone Farmer's Market

Marylebone Farmers Market

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The farmer's market has become part of city life in London, with hundreds sprouting up all over town, but Marylebone Farmer's Market, just around the corner from some of the richest shopping streets in the world, was one of the first and remains one of the largest. Supplying fresh produce direct from farm to urban dweller, the market now has a reputation for some of the best food in the city, with a growing reputation for the range and excellence of its organic produce. Marylebone Farmer’s Market celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2013 and, with 40 stalls at its Sunday home in Cramer St, just around the corner from The Marylebone Hotel, it'll be there for ever and a day. Make sure you visit during your stay. 

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