Surrounding Area

Marylebone: London’s most glamorous urban village

A stay at our hotel rewards you with charming Marylebone Village as your location. You’ll also be steps away from the sublime West End shopping opportunities of Bond Street and Oxford Street. During your stay in the village, you may also feel tempted to explore the medical district of Harley Street.


Marylebone Village

Marylebone Village beckons you in with a fantastic blend of food, culture and shopping. The village in central London holds seasonal activities and attractions, such as a summer fayre and Christmas lights, and is home to many popular London attractions, such as Madame Tussauds and the Sherlock Holmes Museum (housed in the infamous 221b Baker Street home of the world’s greatest detective).



Thanks to our hotel’s location near Bond Street, Oxford Street and Park Lane, you can shop at some of the world’s most prestigious retailers. In Bond Street, you can opt for high-end fashion with Jimmy Choo, Luis Vuitton and other sophisticated brands, say it with diamonds at Tiffany and Co, or even experience the thrills of a live auction at Sotheby’s.

Oxford Street is all about the department stores and you can call in at House of Fraser or the legendary Selfridges. Park Lane will take you into the affluent West End district of Mayfair, where you can purchase smart Italian suits and glittering jewellery.  


Harley Street

Harley Street is renowned today as the medical district in London and you’ll find a range of private healthcare services available there. Before the private clinic era, however, the street was proud to have been a former residential area of nurse Florence Nightingale, who lived at No 47.


Famous Landmarks & Attractions

On the edge of Marylebone sits beautiful Regent’s Park, where after a little shopping and sightseeing, you might feel like hiring a boat or pedalo and simply floating on the park’s boating lake. If you’re still feeling energetic, you can take a walk over to iconic Primrose Hill, one of London’s most loved green spaces.

It’s not all about the green spaces only, however, in Marylebone. Add a sprinkle of culture to your stay here with a visit to the Wallace Collection. This national museum houses 25 galleries, paintings by Old Masters and an armoury.


Discover more with our ‘ Slice of the City’ guide to Marylebone.