A wealthy and prosperous area of London, Marylebone has much to offer all those who choose to stay in this area to experience the delights of the big city. Some of its most infamous attractions you may already know like Madame Tussauds and the Sherlock Holmes Museum.
So whether you’re solving the next big case with Watson or taking a selfie with celebrity waxworks, you’ll find yourself in pleasant company with these incredible attractions. A worthy area for both business and leisure travellers due to substantial connections.
Staying in Marylebone is a treat no matter why you’re in the capital. But finding the right accommodation in Marylebone is tricky.
To save all the hassle though, it is best if you check out the many serviced apartments in Marylebone that we have in our extensive catalogue. They have all the homely features that can make any extended stay in London a real pleasure. From studios, 1 bedroom apartments and so much more, you’ll find what you need in no time.
There are also short term rentals in Paddington that are worth checking out. Nearby areas offer you the chance to be near where you want to be whilst enjoying the perks of somewhere else. There’s also serviced accommodation in Covent Garden, another nearby area, that is hugely popular and entertaining.
As soon as you drop your luggage, you’ll soon find that there’s plenty of things to do in Marylebone. You can have a day out with the world’s greatest detective in the Sherlock Holmes Museum or even meet the Royal Family (the wax ones that is) at Madame Tussauds. If you love nature then the ZSL London Zoo is just for you.
For more attractions in Marylebone, check out our handy area guide on Marylebone and how you should best spend your time in this fantastic part of London.
Before you arrive you need to know where to eat, shop and all sorts. Here’s some tips to help:
As with all wealthy areas of London, you’ll find many restaurants in Marylebone that will cater to your impeccable tastes. It doesn’t matter what cuisine you’re looking for, you’re bound to find it.
Notable highlights when it comes to places to eat in Marylebone are The Natural Kitchen and Phoenix Palace; from gorgeous organic food to the best of Chinese cuisine.
From markets to the busiest shopping streets in London, you’ll be more than catered for if you’re an eager shopper. Oxford Circus isn’t far away; full of all the big brands you love and the infamous busy pavements. Shopping in Marylebone is a treat in itself.
If shopping is your thing then you can check out more of the best places to shop in our meticulously researched area guide.
When comes to attractions in Marylebone, you’ll never be bored. Have a day out at the Sherlock Holmes Museum and learn more about the greatest detective in literature. Alternatively, you can meet all your favourite stars (in the wax not the flesh) at Madame Tussauds. Other highlights include ZSL London Zoo, Oxford Circus, Regents Canal and many more.
When it comes to getting around the city of London, you’ll have plenty of choice when it comes to tube stations in Marylebone. In fact, there’s several: Baker Street, Bond Street, Edgware Road, Marylebone, Oxford Circus and Regent’s Park.
Due to Marylebone being near the centre of everything great in london, you can be assured that local businesses, big and small, are within good proximity and are more than worth your investment. If you’re a business traveller then you’ll be close to some of the biggest brands and have good connections to the financial hubs of London.
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