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Marylebone offers what so many London neighbourhoods cannot: a village feel coupled with urban convenience. Much of its success rests in its location. Wedged between the northeastern corner of Hyde Park and the southern end of Regent's Park and with a number of Tube stations within easy reach, Marylebone is as pedestrian friendly as Central London gets. The bustling shopping mecca of Oxford Street separates it from Soho and Mayfair, exclusive Regent Street marks its border with Fitzrovia, and cosmopolitan Edgware Road serves as its western edge. Within this enviably situated quarter are an array of outstanding restaurants (from Michelin darlings to down and dirty cheeseburgers), an impressive assortment of independently owned shops, and some of the city's quietest and most pleasant nooks, crannies and cobbled lanes.
We walked over to Selfridges, then up to Manchester Square and there it was. Entrance was free and we were just stunned. What a fantastic collection of everything, decorative items, armor (too much for my taste), and paintings. This was probably around our 20th visit to London and we had never been there before, although it had been on our...
Almost made a big mistake by not having Matleybone on a radar of areas in London to vist. Got there by mistake....best error ever! Teenager loved walking around the area and restaurants are great... plan it 8nto your itinerary
Gotta admit, I didn't go. I gave my husband directions, and I took off for Harrods. Prioorities, right? He had no trouble getting there by bus from our hotel (I have him printed directions) and he spent a very enjoyable hour or so there. He thought I would have loved it, too.
My wife and I were fortunate to be hosted recently for a lunch in the Wintergreen restaurant at the Landmark. We live close by and have used the hotel on many occasions during the last decade. However, I would say that the service in the hotel as a whole and the quality of food in the restaurant has risen considerably...
I have never been to a restaurant with such big menu.You can choose between EUROPE - INDIA - FAR EAST and MEDITERRANEAN. My choice was India and it was very good. The restaurant has white table-clothes and napkins very attentive waiters, and there was even a very nice singer. All this made a very memorable and special evening.
"Delighted ,delicious sharing tapas in quality and value"
reviewed 6 days ago by Nathan B
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. The best restaurant in Central London and the best one I have been in Uk! actually. The food is outstanding, they master the combination of flavours and the presentation. The service was also fantastic and very good and affordable wines.
Dined with my family last night. The food was delicious with a beautiful presentation. Their food menu wasn’t huge but they had a nice selection of fish, vegetarian and meat. They have a nice wine list. Prices are moderate to expensive. I would recommend as long as you are looking for a more upscale, special meal.
Excellent food, excellent drink, fantastic staff/customer service and an excellent manager running the show. Definitely worth many more visits in the future. Thoroughly enjoyed my visit here.
Wonderful hotel in central London. Near the parks, so refreshing to walk out there in the morning. Close to great restaurants including Trishna where we hand the most delicious indian meal. Breakfast at the hotel was yummy. Will stay here again.
What a beautiful hotel, staff go above and beyond. Have no complaints, it was my two best friends birthday and the staff surprised us with a lovely little dessert to our hotel room! It’s always the little things. From arrival and checking out every staff member had amazing world class customer service and the gentleman at front of house looked...
We stayed here to celebrate our anniversary. Two nights weekend. Wonderful location, cosy, quiet, staff extremely friendly. Super clean. Excellent amenities around. 20 mins walk to Oxford Street with its superb shopping... all very nice!
It has become something of a tradition over the past few years to celebrate my birthday at the Landmark's spectacular Champagne Brunch in the Atrium. Once more it totally lived up to expectations as 13 of us, (11 adults and the 11 year old twins) with wonderful food, bottomless champagne and unrivalled service by staff that helped to make the...