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222 Marylebone Road, Marylebone, NW1 6JQShow on map
“The Landmark is one of the most iconic 5 star venues in the capital” The Landmark Hotel is a 300 room, stylish 5 star hotel which is located in Marylebone, North West London. This lies in Zone 1... Read More »
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6 Dorset Square, Gloucester Place, Marylebone, NW1 6QAShow on map
Hotel Location Situated just one minute from Baker Street tube station and five from Marylebone rail statopm, Somerset Hotel Bed and Breakfast is a convenient, 2-star hotel ideal for central London city... Read More »
5 star Deluxe town house hotel
39-40 Dorset Square, Marylebone, NW1 6QNShow on map
Situated in the prestigious Marylebone area of Central London, Dorset Square Hotel is a 2-minute walk from Baker Street Tube Station. It features a designer drawing room with high ceilings, an honesty bar and... Read More »
Apartment - classic modern
146-148 Gloucester Place, Marylebone, NW1 6DTShow on map
"Madame Tussauds waxwork museum which is within a 5 minute walk" The 146 Suites Apartments is a 21 room apartment block which is based in Marylebone, Central London. The closest tube station to The 146 Suites... Read More »
3 star urban cool hotel
173 Gloucester Place, Marylebone, NW1 6DXShow on map
The Four Seasons Hotel is a 42 room. 3 star modern hotel which is based in Marylebone, North West London. The closest tube station to the hotel is Baker Street which is less than a 10 minute walk away. This... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
172 Gloucester Place, Marylebone, NW1 6DSShow on map
The American Hotel is a 29 room, three star hotel based in Marylebone, North West London. The nearest tube station to the hotel is Baker Street. This lies in Zone 1 of the Underground system. It is... Read More »
119 Gloucester Place, Marylebone, W1U 6JXShow on map
“Marylebone Inn is centrally located close to Baker Street”The Marylebone Inn is a 22 room, 3 star hotel which is based in Baker Street, Central London. This lies in Zone 1 of the Underground... Read More »
3 star modern hotel
82 Gloucester Place, Marylebone, W1U 6HNShow on map
Hotel Location The recently refurbished Hotel 82 is a stylish hotel in the heart of London’s city centre. Located in an area south of Regent’s Park in the centre of the medieval Marylebone village,... Read More »
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Search for cheap hotels near Marylebone Railway Station
Marylebone is the youngest and the smallest mainline terminal station of the quadrumvirate of London stations, which make an appearance on the Monopoly Board. The Station was opened in 1899 as the proposed terminal of the Great Central Main Line, a train line that linked London to the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway. The line was part of a grander plan to eventually link to an early prototype of the Channel Tunnel, and the line did run to Marylebone for a short period of time, but its current status is mostly closed, and as the line has been deemed largely unnecessary since the 1960s it's unlikely to change anytime soon.
"An important transport hub"
The Great Central Main Line may have come to an undignified end, but Marylebone Station is still an important transport hub, linking London to other areas of the city and far beyond. From Marylebone you can catch trains to High Wycombe, Aylesbury Vale parkway, Princes Risborough, Bicester North, Banbury, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Reading and Rotherham, with freight trains travelling to Bath and Bristol. The Station also services the Bakerloo tube line, which travels to Oxford Circus, for Oxford Street shops; Piccadilly Circus, for London's Theatreland district; and Charing Cross for Trafalgar Square galleries.
"The Station required £3.5 million to build"
Marylebone Station's history has been somewhat fraught with false starts and abandoned plans. When the railway station was designed it required the enormous sum of £3.5 million to be built and plans had to be drastically changed before construction started. The new line was built from Annesley in Nottinghamshire to join the Metropolitan railway and to avoid annoying local landowners with construction work, the company had to make use of Catesby tunnel and St John's Wood tunnel. The ornate Victorian building Marylebone is housed in may be smaller than originally intended, but it still offers a grand welcome to visitors to the city.
"Madame Tussaud's just a five-minute walk away"
Marylebone is situated just a few minutes from Marylebone Road. The Station is in a fantastic position for visiting sights, with popular attractions such as Madame Tussaud's waxwork museum just a 5-minute walk away, the Sherlock Holmes Museum just a 6-minute walk away and Regent's Park, where London Zoo is housed, just a ten-minute walk away. There are plenty of hotels in the surrounding area, with prices to suit all budgets. The Georgian Hotel is a low-cost, 3-star hotel with basic but comfortable rooms and very reasonable room rates. Hotel 82 London is a hotel with affordable rooms, which have been decorated in a tasteful, minimalist style. Montagu Place Hotel is a 4-star hotel, which is slightly more expensive, but has sophisticated decor throughout and a relaxing bar area, and the St George Hotel is a 4-star establishment with a more traditional feel, with antique-style furniture and fittings and a hearty, complimentary breakfast.