The Marylebone Hotel pulls off a rare feat – a large urban hotel, with a boutique attitude and all the vibrant charm of its central London location. The hotel is located at the epicentre of Marylebone Village, a bustling local neighbourhood, itslef in the very heart of London. The hotel is surrounded by an abundance of independent boutiques, fine restaurants and cool bars. The excitement and buzz of Oxford Street, the high octane glamour of Bond Street, and the open green spaces of Regents Park are a short hop away. Housed in a crisp modernist building, contemporary chic defines the mood, but never at the expense of genuine warmth and comfort. The spacious lobby is divided into a series of intimate spaces, each individually furnished. Guestrooms are light-filled and airy, with Italian marble bathrooms, and contemporary furnishings. The vibrant 108 Bar & Grill, combines bar and restaurant, and together with the chic Marylebone Townhouse, provides a choice of venue to meet, drink and dine with the cosmopolitan locals.
From the complimentary chocolates to welcome your arrival, to the turn-down service as standard, every one of the 257 rooms and suites at The Marylebone Hotel is designed with absolute comfort in mind. Rooms are light, airy and spacious, while the pillow-topped beds offer supremely comfort and luxury. while all rooms feature Nespresso coffee machines, free Wi-Fi and space to work uninterrupted.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Marble Bathroom with Heated Floors
- Nespresso Coffee Machine
- Flat-Screen LCD TV
- Aromatherapy Associates Bathroom Amenities
- Duck-Down Duvet with Crisp White Linens
- Dedicated Work Area
- Bathrobe & Slippers
- Turndown Service
Set in the heart of Marylebone, 108 Brasserie represents local dining at its best; hearty, uncomplicated food made from the highest quality ingredients centred around the restaurant’s Josper grill. 108 Brasserie is open all day, seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner – great food, good wine and friendly service are the order of the day. The menu, inspired by food that’s foraged, farmed and fished from our great isles, includes a wide selection of dishes where the emphasis is on fresh produce focusing on the seasons, balanced with its hand-picked wine list with something for everyone.
The Pantry at 108:
Pantry at 108 is our newest offering, a bright and modern space in the hotel’s Edwardian townhouse, perfect for a light lunch or an indulgent afternoon tea. Offering a menu packed with superfoods, classic dishes and our Executive Chef Russell Ford’s distinctive brand of modern British cuisine, the Pantry also features a superb counter of homemade cakes and pastries. With its comforting synthesis of vintage style and a bright palette of modern colours, it’s quite simply one of the best places to recharge in central London.
Afternoon Tea in The Pantry at 108:
A rare treat and the perfect way to linger over a fine choice of delightful brews! Guests can choose between healthy, indulgent and classic versions of afternoon tea, representing respectively: a gluten-free and low-sugar offering. A range of gluten free sandwiches and superfood savouries will be on offer alongside gluten free scones served with homemade fresh jam preserves. A selection of delectable cakes will follow in tempting flavour combinations such as coconut and date, pomegranate and banana and blueberry and coco. Made purely from ground almonds, eggs and using honey as a natural sweetener these treats can be enjoyed by anyone on a dairy and gluten free diet.
The City of London:
On The Map: London is located in the southwest of England. The city’s fantastic transport system, including the Tube (subway), red buses and black taxis, insure you can get around the city quickly and easily.
London is the capital of England, and globally-renowned as one of the world’s great cities. London is very diverse – more than 230 languages are spoken, and you’ll encounter a great variety of cultures and communities throughout the city. London’s history is measured in thousands, not hundreds of years, and the city boasts four World Heritage Sites: The Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey, The Tower of London, Maritime Greenwich and The Royal Botanic Gardens. Beyond these, there is an unending list of interesting attractions and places to explore. You can visit the Queen’s official residence at Buckingham Palace and tour the Houses of Parliament, historic home of the UK government. Many of the most famous attractions are free to visit, like the Tate Modern Art Gallery, the National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museums. Famous City Landmarks abound, such as Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus. London is often cited as Europe’s best shopping destination. Oxford Street is the central shopping hub, but quirky markets all over the city, such as in Camden Town are well worth a visit. The River Thames runs through the heart of London, and a river cruise is a great, alternate way to see the city.