Part of the financial district of the City of London serviced apartments in Aldgate are surrounded by high-end retail outlets and independent shops, exclusive restaurants and bars and some of London’s most recognisable landmarks
Enjoy the cosmopolitan vibes of this central London location, with your very own apartment to retreat to after a 5-star meal and a day browsing the boutiques
One of London’s affluent and quintessentially British districts, our handpicked serviced apartments in Belgravia are as elegant as the area and provide the perfect accommodation for any visitor wanting to stay within one of London’s most exclusive boroughs
Feel like home in the beautiful Bloomsbury area of London with your own apartment, complete with kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living space to maximise your comfort during your stay
Home to a range of historic landmarks, tourist attractions and famed cultural institutions, Borough is one of London’s most culturally vibrant districts
On the surface, Canary Wharf resembles London’s lively financial core - sleek, towering skyscrapers make up the dizzying skyline and busy city workers populate the entire area during weekdays
Historically, The City of London has been one of London’s most affluent and financially dominated districts
As one of the most popular districts in London’s West End, Covent Garden is home to some of the most luxurious serviced apartments in London
An apartment in Earls Court is convenient for anyone exhibiting at or visiting one of the varied events that take place in the area’s main exhibition centre
Situated in the heart of central London, Fitzrovia is one of the most glamourous districts in the city
Once a mecca for wealthy 18th-century men to drink and gamble, Fulham has today flourished into a thriving, cosmopolitan area of London
With the widest portfolio of luxury serviced apartments across London, partnered with 20 years of experience in the industry, at Central London Apartments we know how to make your trip away even more memorable
For a quiet visit, away from the tourist bustle of the West End and Covent Garden, Holborn is predominantly a commercial area, popular with lawyers and media professionals
An affluent and fashionable area of London, our serviced apartments in Holland Park are the best way to experience an authentic taste of what the city and this leafy residential district have to offer
Enjoy London at a slower pace with luxury serviced apartments in Hyde Park, one of the city’s most beautiful green spaces
Known for its extravagant aura, Kensington is one of our most highly concentrated districts in London
Part of the borough of Richmond, the London area of Kew is famous for its stunning gardens and suburban location
Better known for its shady past as depicted in Dickens’ Oliver Twist, King’s Cross has in recent year’s undergone vast redevelopment, brightening the area into a hub for fashion and arts
At Central London Apartments, we specialise in providing luxury serviced apartments in Knightsbridge
Offering more space, flexibility and convenience, our serviced apartments in Liverpool Street are ideally located to explore the best London has to offer
London Bridge is often mistaken for just being the infrastructure that connects Borough to The City of London
South of the River Thames, the distinctive district of Battersea can be found
Known in London as one of the most trendy and characterful districts, Camden is one of the most common destinations for a trip to the capital
Adjacent to the River Thames and neighbouring the South Kensington district, Chelsea is one of the most affluent areas of London
Luxury serviced apartments in Oxford Street are some of the finest around
Home to some of our most fashionable and lavish serviced apartments, Marylebone is filled with reasons to arrange a trip to London. We only pick the best of the best in terms of Marylebone apartments, making sure that they fit in with our strict criteria.
Sandwiched between Hyde Park and Regent Park, Marylebone has the perfect blend of greenery and architecture, an increasingly rare combination in the ever-growing capital. This attribute filters into our apartments; with most of them having an outside garden terrace.
With over 17 years in the industry, here at Central London Apartments, we are the most reputable provider of luxury serviced apartments in London. Marylebone apartments epitomise our brand image with a mix of class and elegance. Our extensive portfolio of luxury serviced apartments in Marylebone cannot be matched by anyone else in the city. Looking for a holiday residence close to the West End, or maybe an apartment only a couple of minutes away from Regent’s Park? Wherever the location, we have got you covered with our 5-star serviced apartments in London.
A luxury serviced apartment offers a completely different experience for a stay in Britain’s capital city. Are you someone who swears by staying in hotels? You’ll love what our luxury short stay apartments in Marylebone have to offer. An abundance of space partnered with all the perks of hotels, our Marylebone apartments is ideal for either a short or long term stay. As you would expect with a luxury service apartment provider, the exceptional customer service that we provide at Central London Apartments is part of the luxury package we offer.
Another benefit of a serviced apartment is the amount of flexibility it provides. Whether the convenience of a 24-hour reception or the liberation of not being fixed to a hotel mealtime schedule, our 5-star apartments in Marylebone give you the freedom that you deserve.
A major appeal of serviced apartments is that they are fully furnished with exceptionally stylish and comfortable sofas, beds and chairs. In addition to the luxury, furnishings is a fully equipped kitchen which is more than capable of whipping up a big family meal. There are normally a good variety of bedrooms available at our locations throughout London, especially in Marylebone.
A key reason as to why people use our luxury Marylebone short stay apartments is because of the increased amount of privacy. Unlike staying at a hotel, staying in a segregated apartment gives you a strong sense of being in a home environment. This home away from home feeling is imperative for some London travellers, as new surroundings can be daunting, so having a serviced apartment to unwind in can be the perfect option.
Another benefit of our Marylebone holiday apartments is that they can comfortably house a whole family or group of friends enjoying a shared vacation. For example, when staying in a hotel you can only have a maximum amount of people in one room and this would not have the amount of space per person that a serviced apartment can offer.
We would not be able to call our serviced apartments in Marylebone luxury if there was not an element of sophistication involved. With grandiose interior décors, such as impressive mirrors, wall art and fabulous lighting, all the rooms in our apartments have real character and charm. This luxury benefit accentuates our uniqueness in the market and differentiates Central London Apartments from other apartment providers.
The positive of staying in one of our Marylebone serviced apartments is that it’s a perfect location for experiencing some of London’s finest culture. Some areas of London are known for their traditionally British features, whereas with Marylebone there are a variety of historical features alongside contemporary sights. This means that it is a fantastic location for either a solo or family trip to the big city.
Marylebone is lucky enough to have its own train station, which makes travelling into the district from the rest of the UK a straight forward journey. If travelling from Heathrow or anywhere else in London, Marylebone has 3 tube stops within its boundaries. Baker Street, Edgware Road and Regent’s Park all have different tube lines going through them, making any area of London easy to reach. As per London’s fantastic public transport system, there is a multitude of bus routes that pass through Marylebone. The other option of travel is of course through the ubiquitous black cab.
Marylebone consists of many unique tourist attractions. Famous for its lifelike waxwork sculptures, Madame Tussauds is one of the most popular destinations in London for tourists. Ranging from incredible replications of Royalty to uncanny sculptures of celebrities like David Beckham, this is a must-see if staying in the Marylebone area. If you are more inclined to take in some traditional art, then The Wallace Collection is one of the best art galleries in London. Home to London Zoo, Regent’s Park is also in Marylebone and is one of the largest attractions London has to offer.
Lined with plenty of night-time venues, Marylebone has some great options, whether cocktail bars, lively pubs or live music bars. Be At One on Oxford Street is always a good choice for a mouth-watering cocktail and a bit of foot-tapping. If you want to move on to somewhere else after a few drinks, then BEAT London and Arizona Lounge are two popular options.
With Oxford Street being on the edge of the district, there is a huge amount of fashion boutiques in Marylebone. Probably the most famous shopping street in the whole of London, Oxford Street has shops such as Selfridges, House of Fraser and John Lewis, which is ideal for all manner of shopping. Marylebone High Street also dishes up some sensational shops. The Conran Shop offers contemporary furnishings; even if you’re not there to buy, it’s worth a walk around to see some excellent designs.
Food & Drink
If you are looking for some Michelin standard cuisine, the Trishna is a restaurant you must try. With a modern design and feel, Trishna’s Indian based menu is stunning. Too hungry to wait and just want to fill your stomach with a burger and chips? The Meatliquor and Patty & Bun are the best options in Marylebone. If you are more of an elegant dinner, Fisher’s luxury European tone is magnified by a legion of European paintings, creating a truly Viennese atmosphere. If none of this makes your mouth water, then maybe a proper English pub is what you need. The Mason’s Arms and Carpenter’s Arms will give you a real sense of what Britain’s public has been nurtured by.