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There are plenty of amazing hotels in Marylebone, London to choose from at Our team of London travel experts have worked with some of the best hotels in the area to bring you a varied list of accommodation options that has something to appeal to every traveler. Find somewhere to stay on your honeymoon, a base from which to conduct a jam-packed sightseeing tour, a super luxurious urban getaway, and much more, all at Having all the information that you need about your hotel is important if you want to be able to book with confidence, which is why we make sure to show you photos of each and every one of our hotels in Marylebone, London. In addition, as you browse our site, you can also see reviews of each hotel written by fellow users who have stayed there in the past. With its eclectic mix of museums, great places to eat, and amazing shopping opportunities, Marylebone is a vacation destination that might well be said to have it all.

What's Marylebone Like?

Marylebone is close to some of London's best museums, including Madame Tussauds with its famous collection of celebrity waxworks, past and present. Another brilliant place to visit in Marylebone is the Wallace collection which is a stately old building filled with a sumptuous array of paintings and exquisite artifacts. The London Zoo is also not far away, and this is a great place to take the kids. If you are a literature fan, then be sure to visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum in the detective's fictitious abode of 22B Baker Street. Stroll over to Marylebone Parish Church, or just check out the wonderful places to eat and drink in this part of London.

How to Get Along with Locals in Marylebone

Learn to travel like a Londoner and you will be at a great advantage. Londoners use a lot of public transport, especially the underground or "Tube" and the public buses. Buses run 24 hours a day (though night bus routes can be slightly different to those used during the day), while the Tube stops just after midnight. Marylebone has its own tube stop, on the Bakerloo line, as well as a mainline railway station connecting you to other great destinations such as Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford on Avon. At, we are experts in everything to do with travel to Marylebone and we used our in depth local knowledge to find you a superb selection of hotels in Marylebone, London to choose from. So why would you look anywhere else?

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