Directions & Transport Links
Getting around London while you stay at The Marylebone is easy, thanks to the hotel’s proximity to various London Underground stations and the city’s connecting transport options. Additionally, the upcoming Elizabeth Line, also known as Crossrail, is set to further enhance the hotel's accessibility.
A car journey from the airport via the A40 will take around 45 minutes and also includes tolls, so you may opt to make your way to the hotel via the M4 instead, which entails roughly the same journey time.
The Heathrow Express, which runs every 15 minutes, and Heathrow Connect train, which runs every 30 minutes, will transport you to London Paddington Station in approximately 15 minutes. From there, you can take the London Underground to Bond Street Station. This is the nearest Tube station to The Marylebone and is just a few streets away. Moreover, with the introduction of the Elizabeth Line, you will soon be able to reach Bond Street from Heathrow Airport even more conveniently and quickly.
The Gatwick Express travels directly to London Victoria Station in 30 minutes. From there, you can board the London Underground to Bond Street, the closest station to the hotel. In the near future, when the Elizabeth Line is fully operational, it will provide a seamless connection to Bond Street, making your journey even more efficient and accessible.
London’s Train Stations
Whether you are arriving from Victoria, Paddington, St Pancras, or King’s Cross, all of London’s major train stations are well connected to the hotel via the London Underground, with Bond Street serving as the closest tube station to the hotel. The introduction of the Elizabeth Line will further bolster these connections, making your stay at The Marylebone even more convenient, as it will serve as a vital transport artery connecting East and West London, including areas such as Canary Wharf and Heathrow Airport.