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The Juicery at 108 Pantry
Pick up a fresh green juice from The Juicery at 108 Pantry, then carry on to the renowned yoga studio Indaba near Marylebone station. A wide variety of yoga types are taught here, with classes for beginners through to experienced yoga bunnies. Try heated Forrest Yoga, which focuses on building core strength, or a relaxing Space and Flow class that incorporates yoga, dance and martial arts movements, set to music.
The Marylebone, 47 Welbeck Street London, W1G 8DN
Deliciously Ella’s Marylebone Deli
Head back to The Marylebone to freshen up, stopping by clean eating blogger Deliciously Ella’s Marylebone deli en route. As well as her famous cookery books, you’ll also find the shelves stocked with healthy food and drinks that travel well in a suitcase, such as boxes of granola, individual energy balls and bottles of original or ginger kombucha.
21 Seymour Pl, Marylebone, London W1H 5BH
Royal Academy of Music
Walk to the Royal Academy of Music for a lunchtime recital. Held regularly each month on certain days during the week, there are free public concerts and you can listen to anything from chamber music to a harp recital without a ticket.
Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London NW1 5HT
Return to The Marylebone and enjoy the limited edition English Country Garden Afternoon Tea, along with a glass of English sparkling wine from Kent or Sussex.
The Marylebone 47 Welbeck Street London, W1G 8DN
Now settle down on one of the cosy sofas at the nearby Everyman cinema on Baker Street and enjoy a film. As well as the latest Hollywood movies, you’ll also find more niche documentaries on offer, and many screenings include Q&As too. If you’re feeling adventurous, they even do singalong musicals...
Baker Street, Marylebone, London W1U 6TJ
108 Bar & Brasserie
Finish off the evening with dinner back at 108 Brasserie, followed by a nightcap at 108 Bar. You’ll find an impressive array of whiskies on offer, including Japanese, American, Irish and Scottish, which can be paired with cigars on request. Or, why not try one of the unique signature cocktails?
108 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QE
After breakfast, head to Ruffians on Wigmore Street before you leave. This old-school gentleman’s barbers offers an unbeatable cut-throat razor shave that includes a face and upper-body massage, cold towels, hot towels and an exfoliating scrub. And, for those devoid of facial hair, it’s still a great place to pick up a great smelling Ruffians hair pomade.
63 Wigmore Street, Marylebone, London W1U 1PX