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Marylebone Hotels

The central London neighborhood of Marylebone features a few of London’s most popular family attractions – Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Pollock’s Toy Museum, and the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Set to the south of gorgeous Regent’s Park and to the north of the city’s largest Arab/Lebanese community along the Edgware Road, Marylebone is well connected to the entire city by several main Tube lines.


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Blandford Street
80 Chiltern Street, London W1U 5AF
A cozy an unassuming address in a neighborhood known for large and splashy luxury business hotels, the 34 rooms here are all ensuite and quiet. There are no meal facilities on-site, but Marylebone, as well as nearby Edgeware Road and St John’s Wood, are full of options.

The Marylebone Hotel
47 Welbeck Street, London, W1G 8DN
Refurbished in 2008, this 257-room hotel offers state-of-the-art technology, free wi-fi, an on-site gym and 43 luxurious suites. The brasserie offers seasonal foods that have been as locally sourced as possible, and the elegant, cozy bar enables quiet conversation.

Montagu Place
2 Montagu Place, London, W1H 2ER
Small, intimate and comfortable, the ensuite rooms here are spacious, updated and quiet. Cocktails are available in the lobby bar or living room-style lounge. Either a small or extensive breakfast are available, though neither are included in the room rates.

Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes
108 Baker Street, London, W1U 6LJ
A two-townhouse hotel with 119 modern, ensuite guestrooms; there are a handful of split-level loft suites The on-site Mediterranean restaurant features wood-fired pizzas, there are regular nights of murder mystery dinner theater and comedy, and there’s live music in the bar on Thursday nights.

Ten Manchester Street
Ten Manchester Street, London, W1U 4DG
45 uniquely furnished rooms in an Edwardian townhouse offer modern, beautiful and comfortable surroundings, but not much space. The four deluxe terrace rooms, however, have their own small, ground-floor patios — a rarity in London. Wi-fi is free, the on-site bar offers a wide array of cocktail-based afternoon teas, and there’s a dedicated cigar terrace.

The Landmark London
222 Marylebone Road, London NW1 6JQ
Featuring one of London’s most impressive lobbies, with a soaring atrium that floods two airy, elegant dining areas with light. While furnishings aren’t particularly cutting edge — save for the sleek, modern spa, fitness center and indoor swimming pool — you’ll find some of London’s most spacious guest rooms.

The Langham London
1c Portland Place, Regent Street, London, GB W1B 1JA
The flagship of the global Langham chain, this is simply one of the most elegant hotels in the city; its Palm Court is rumored to be the original site of the afternoon tea tradition. Suites here are both sumptuous and enormous, and the Modern British restaurant has one of the city’s great wine lists. In February 2011, the hotel will debut a newly refurbished swimming pool and one of the brand’s spectacular Asian-themed spas.


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