Bloomsbury / Fitzrovia / Regent’s Park / Baker Street / Marble Arch
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD . . .
Situated north of Oxford Street, Marylebone is an eclectic mix of trendy business industries, grand train stations, exquisitely dressed boutiques, welcoming pubs, and innovative eateries surrounded by quiet residential enclaves. The Berners Tavern, one of the most vibrant bars in Marylebone, redefines after work drinks while the newly renovated St Pancras Hotel has a long history of welcoming visitors to London. The current home of the Eurostar, the St Pancras hotel and train station is an architectural marvel. Daunt’s Books, a specialist travel bookshop complete with exquisite Edwardian details, provides endless inspiration for your next travels. Bloomsbury, an area known as much for its leafy squares as for its literary history, still carries an air of 19th-century class. Museums such as the Wallace Collection and British Museum are full of masterpieces set to satisfy any history and art aficionado’s appetite. This neighborhood is also home to contemporary landmarks such as the BT Tower, easily seen from anywhere in the borough, and the original BBC Broadcasting House. Bordered by Regent’s Park to the north, Marylebone’s green spaces are easily accessible for a quiet moment with nature or as a venue for exciting art fairs such as Frieze.