price avg 350,00£/night
A beautifully refurbished, spacious 2 Double Bedrooms apartment with 1 bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen and Livingroom with comfortable double sofa bed, located in middle of history rich and lively area, within just a short walk from Baker Street (3 minutes away) underground Station which allow you to reach the most of London areas in a no-time.
Marylebone is one of the most popular spots of London, close to Regents Park, Oxford Street, Nottingham and Central London where you can enjoy a touristic tour, have dinner near in variety of top London restaurants or go for a drink near Bond Street area with loads of beautiful pubs around.
My place is perfect for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, families (with kids), and big groups.
Area And Location.
It has often been said that London is really a series of interconnecting villages, each with their own distinct identities, resulting from all the different settlements that once occupied this sprawling city mass. In many of these areas you can walk for a few minutes and find yourself somewhere entirely different in both atmosphere and amenities, and no where is this more true than Marylebone.
Situated just five minutes’ walk from the crowded throng of Oxford Street, affluent and eclectic Marylebone is a genteel micro-community of independent shops, fine restaurants, charming delicatessens and street-side cafes, all laid out on a rational grid system punctured by leafy garden squares. It couldn’t be more of a contrast to the busy shopping street, having more in common with areas such as Knightsbridge, although it’s arguable retained a little more historical charm due to the reduced number of modern housing developments. This is largely due to the fact that most of Marylebone is still owned by aristocratic estates – a unique position that has helped protect the area from too much change and allowed it to maintain a quaint atmosphere.
Similar to South Kensington in many ways, you’re also likely to find a large European community here, particularly Parisians, as well as city executives and well-paid professionals. Despite the proximity to the expansive greenery of Regents Park to the north and Hyde Park to the south west it’s not particularly popular with families, so most residents are couples who love to patronise all the local bars and restaurants, or wealthy investors who use the area as a base when in London