You’ll feel like a real Londoner when you stay in these central London apartments in the exclusive area of Marylebone. Make the most of your fashionable address and explore all that this neighbourhood has to offer, from nearby Regents Park, the shops of Oxford Street, and the many hip restaurants and bars that are only a walk away.
Once inside your apartment you’ll have everything you need to relax and gather yourself for your next London adventure. The apartments are finished to a high standard with well designed airy spaces including your own kitchen and dining area, so you can cater for yourself or head out to one of London’s fine dining establishments.
This Studio is open plan living and sleeping area with a double bed, kitchen and bathroom with a shower only. The living area consists of a large armchair, a dining table and two chairs.
This apartment has a double bed in the bedroom, a living area, a kitchen and bathroom.
This modern Two Bedroom Apartment comprises of two double bedrooms and one bathroom. It also benefits from a spacious open plan living/kitchen area. This apartment is approximately 60 square metres.
Marylebone is an affluent area and at the same time has a village type atmosphere. This is mainly down to the mixture of independent shops, cafès and bars in the area. Walk along Marylebone High Street and you’ll come across a mixture of retailers from haute couture to baby clothes, award-winning delis and a specialist travel book shop set in an Edwardian shop. There are markets at the weekends too with the Cabbages and Frocks market held at Marylebone Parish Church on Saturdays and a Farmers market every Sunday. To the south is Oxford Street with the glossy Selfridges department store, as well as many flagship stores. Close to Selfridges is the Georgian town house containing the popular Wallace Collection - 25 galleries of 18th century French porcelain, paintings and portraits.
You can take your pick of London parks from Gloucester Place - nearby Regents Park home to London Zoo, and an open air theatre, or from Oxford Street you can reach Hyde Park, with Speakers’ Corner, the Serpentine Gallery and Kensington Palace at the other end of the park.
Evening entertainment is never far away in the centre of London and with the Bakerloo line taking you to Piccadilly Circus and the West End theatres in a couple of stops, you can choose from a top show. Or for a local night out catch a film at The Screen on Baker Street; an intimate arthouse cinema with two screens. Marylebone is fast becoming known for its restaurants and you can try cuisines from around the world including Egyptian food at Ali Baba, soul food from the States at The Lockhart, tapas at Donostia and the acclaimed French bistro Galvin Bistrot de Luxe.
The nearest underground station is Marylebone, only three minutes from the apartments. Marylebone railway station has trains leaving for destinations such as Aylesbury and Leamington Spa. Baker Street underground is a four minute walk away for the Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Circle lines. Heathrow Airport can be accessed from Paddington train station which is two stops away on the Bakerloo line.
This property benefits from being outside London's congestion zone.