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Marylebone Mews serviced accommodation has a superb location close to Oxford Street, Mayfair, London Paddington and many other important amenities and sites. The accommodation is spread over four floors, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious kitchen and dining area and some luxurious features, such as underfloor heating. Marylebone Mews House is especially convenient for a number of medical sites in the area, the Harley Street clinic and King Edward VII’s Hospital among them.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £121 per night
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Situated within easy walking distance to Baker Street and Bond Street underground stations, Maybury Court Serviced Apartment offers accommodation with excellent transport links to the rest of London and surrounding areas. The apartment is fully equipped with modern facilities, a multi-channel digital TV with DVD player is provided and ample windows for natural light. Guests also benefit from added safety and security with individual entry phone system.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

Marylebone

From £295 per night
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These delightful Marylebone serviced apartments, situated on Bentinck Street, are located in an exclusive residential neighbourhood of central London. Fully furnished, the apartments are fitted to a high standard and offer chic city living for the perceptive business traveller. The kitchens and bathrooms are fully integrated with all the modern appliances, whilst the master bedrooms feature king-sized beds. Services include weekly housekeeping, an on-site concierge, fitness centre, business services, and private lounges.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Marylebone

From £157 per night
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Cramer House is a set of private and centrally located serviced apartments featuring split-level, one bedroom apartments. The apartments are easily accessible via a private internal staircase, alternatively, there is a lift that serves all floors. Furnished with style and fully equipped kitchens providing all the necessary appliances, guests can either relax in the open-plan living area or generously sized double bedroom after a long day at work.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Marylebone

From £157 per night
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Howard House Serviced Apartments offer one, two and three bedroom accommodation in an extremely central location, within a five minute walk are Bond Street or Baker Street underground stations. Guests can enjoy a home from home environment with each apartment offering a fully equipped kitchen and separate open-plan lounge/dining area. Everything will be on the doorstep for guests as Howard House is conveniently located near to several supermarkets, bars, restaurants and gym facilities.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Marylebone

From £120 per night
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These studio apartments are centrally located on a busy street. 54 James Street Serviced Apartments are stylishly furnished and have wooden flooring, dedicated work areas, full cooking facilities and a private bathroom. Wall beds help to make these apartments flexible and maximise the space. In-apartment laundry keeps things self-contained, while weekly housekeeping is another convenience. These apartments would be equally useful for exploring or staying longer on business.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £150 per night
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Wigmore Serviced Apartments each come with an expansive, fully equipped kitchen and comfortable lounge area, so that after a day of exploring the sights and sounds of central London, guests can entertain their friends or simply spend time relaxing. Guests can also enjoy the use of air conditioning making it easy to acclimatise their apartment. Sky TV is included along with a DVD and CD player, giving guests an abundance of entertainment options.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £117 per night
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St Christophers Place Serviced Apartments are a selection of one bedroom apartments situated off Oxford Street, with easy access to the rest of London via nearby public transport links. Inside, guests will find a compact, elegantly designed and fully furnished apartment with a fully equipped kitchen also included. The bedroom includes plenty of storage space for personal belongings and has soft warm bedding, allowing for a great night’s sleep.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £126 per night
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The St Christopher's Serviced Apartments are a collection of contemporary, open-plan designed studio and one bedroom apartments. The studios are fitted with pull-down wall beds allowing for the maximisation of space without compromising on comfort. The separate kitchens are fully equipped and come with the latest appliances, perfect for the creation of a gourmet meal. Elegantly designed, these apartments contain everything one would wish for when staying in London.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £121 per night
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Situated on Chiltern Street, these serviced apartments are modern and light offering guests a homely environment while away on business. Each apartment is equipped with a comfortable lounge, including a multi-channel digital TV, with a DVD/CD player, and an iPod docking station. Guests can stay connected during their stay via the direct dial telephone and free Wi-Fi internet access. Please note: The apartments are located on 1st - 5th floor with lift access from the 1st floor only

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £200 per night
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Located in the heart of Marylebone, Picton Place Serviced Apartment is perfect for guests who enjoy shopping and dining out, with a wide variety of options just a minute’s walk away. In addition, Bond Street Underground station is a four minute walk from the apartment, accommodating corporate guests who need to commute to other London locations. This stunning and luxury apartment provides guests with a spectacular and spacious home-from-home environment completed with all the necessary facilities.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

Marylebone

From £116 per night
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Chiltern Street Serviced Apartments have a selection of studio and one bedroom apartments within Marylebone Village, a highly sought-after area perfectly situated for those looking to be in central London. Once inside, these stylish apartments offer modern kitchens with a white high-gloss cabinetry, comfortable lounge and dining areas, and well-presented bedrooms, while also benefitting from individually controlled under-floor heating which guests can adjust to their preferred setting.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Marylebone

From £200 per night
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Barrett Street Serviced Apartment is furnished to a high standard, with a modern fully fitted kitchen including all of the latest appliances and a living area which benefits from an excellent range of facilities, such as Wi-Fi internet and a Freeview TV, making this perfect for guests who are looking to relax after a long day at work. The apartment offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms while being located near to Bond Street Underground station and the vibrant Oxford Street.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £205 per night
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The George Street Serviced Apartments offer a selection of stylish accommodation, boasting a range of facilities, such as a 24 hour concierge, WiFi internet access and Sky TV. Each apartment has been finished to a very high standard, offering guests the opportunity to enjoy a truly independent stay by making use of the fully-equipped kitchen and the spacious living area, which benefits from a large plasma screen television and a seated dining area.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Marylebone

From £125 per night
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Situated in a gorgeous London period townhouse and just around the corner from the home of the fictional Victorian detective, Baker Street Serviced Apartments offer an excellent accommodation solution for business travellers and leisure visitors who enjoy independence, space and flexibility. These apartments are beautifully furnished, with high-quality upholstery and a sense of style befitting the location. Studio apartments of varying sizes are available with housekeeping on a weekly basis.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Marylebone

From £116 per night
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Crawford Street’s one bedroom serviced apartments are situated close to Marylebone Village, a highly sought-after area in the heart of London’s West End. The apartments themselves are flooded with light from the large windows and white high-gloss kitchen units in the open-plan living space, while the bedrooms feature large double beds and flat screen TVs so guests can spend a lazy Sunday morning relaxing in the privacy of their bedroom, after a great night’s sleep.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Marylebone

From £174 per night
0.4 miles

These fantastic Marylebone serviced apartments are situated close to Gloucester Place, on Durweston Street. Guests can choose from a range of studio, one, or two bedroom apartments, each well-designed apartment provides space and comfort with modern furnishings and fittings. Guests can enjoy a home from home environment whilst a regular housekeeping service offers a weekly clean and fresh linen/towels to help relieve the stress of housework whilst working and living away from home.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

Marylebone

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Perfectly placed a short five minute walk from Marble Arch Underground station, Upper Berkeley Serviced Apartment is located on the second floor of a beautiful Georgian property. Spacious and well lit with natural light, the living area has been exceptionally furnished, there is an antique fireplace and a sofa bed which can sleep an additional two guests. A bright double bedroom includes linen and towels, along with two fitted wardrobes, providing an abundance of storage space.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Marylebone

From £116 per night
0.5 miles

Wyndham Street Serviced Apartments are located just a four minute walk from Marylebone train station, and a six minute walk from Edgware Road underground station, allowing guests to explore London easily. Uniquely furnished to a high standard, these studio and one bedroom apartments, provides guests with a welcoming and comfortable environment. To ensure that the needs of the guests are met, free Wi-Fi, a Freeview TV, laundry facilities, and housekeeping, are also provided.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Marylebone

From £159 per night
0.6 miles

Gloucester Place Serviced Apartments consist of a selection of one bedroom apartments, just a short walk from Regent’s Park, Marylebone railway station and Baker Street underground station. These bright and light apartments offer living spaces with plenty of seating, including a comfortable sofa and dining area, guests will be able to entertain friends, watch the flat screen TV in the lounge or enjoy a meal at the dining table.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Marylebone

Overview

A popular and affluent area of London, Marylebone has been home to people like John Lennon and Charles Dickens and maintains a relaxed and residential feel which it has had since the time of Sherlock Holmes.


About Marylebone

Marylebone is an area of Central London, just north of Oxford Street, and home to around 12,000 residents. From the bustle of one of London’s busiest streets, a walk into Marylebone is a descent into relative tranquillity. Like a journey into a world of leafy avenues and period houses. Serviced apartments in Marylebone also provide great access to many important nearby areas, like Mayfair, Soho and Westminster. Getting around London is easy too. Locals have access to most underground lines in or very close to the area. Thanks to the Monopoly board game, it is also a well-known fact that Marylebone has its own overground station, too.

Despite its seemingly busy location in Central London, the area also benefits from significant green space. The locals reside between two beautiful London Royal Parks, Regent’s Park and Hyde Park on either side of Marylebone. Regent’s Park also includes the fantastic London Zoo, with Lord’s Cricket Ground no further than a ten minute’s car journey from the High Street as well. Whether travellers are visiting for business or leisure, there are many Marylebone aparthotels available to cater for any trip to the London residential area.

HISTORY

Marylebone has come a long way, via a rich history to become one of today’s most desirable London locations. Like most English locations, the earliest records of Marylebone came from the Domesday Book of 1086. This described the area as a collection of ordinary fields, known previously as ‘Tyburn’ to mean ‘boundary stream’. It was home to no more than fifty people. It was not until the thirteenth century, before being a principal place for the public execution of London criminals, that the name 'Marylebone' was more popular. A Medieval Chruch was built honouring St Mary, and consequently, the locals were calling the area its present-day name more and more.

The area then developed in the following centuries depending on what was the “fashion”. For instance, Regent’s and Hyde Park became hunting grounds around the sixteenth century. 'Pleasure gardens’ were set up too along the High Street, complemented by specially commissioned music. Marylebone Station was also opened in 1899 to become a significant Central London railway station. Although all the progress of the area was undermined by the impacts of World War Two bombings, its resurgence in recent times has been notable. Marylebone High Street had and still continues to be at the centre of rejuvenation and Howard de Walden’s regeneration strategy. Properties were refurbished, upmarket businesses were sourced and the infrastructure was improved. Witnessing the progress of the High Street, once voted London’s best street by a Radio 4 poll, could not be easier when staying in Marylebone furnished housing.

BUSINESS LIFE

The local opinion would suggest that Marylebone is a great place to live. The Well-being Index reveals the lifestyles and health condition of the area’s residents are amongst the best within the capital. Supporting this is a very practical public transport network and a pleasant environment. In fact, a City Survey reveals public transport links are the most valued amenity in the area amongst locals. Additionally, 98% of residents also believed they felt safe living here. Ultimately, the sense of community is strong in Marylebone, making the area a popular place to both visit shortly or stay for a long period of time in Marylebone extended stay apartments, espeically for those looking for a distinctive London lifestyle.

Marylebone is also one of London’s most accessible areas, making it a desirable location for business trips or start-ups. Currently, the local economy hosts almost 70,000 jobs and over 6,000 business along the High Street. Its recent rise is clear too. Nearly 5,000 new start-up businesses emerged on the High Street in the last ten years. Being an area of immense diversity, with high quality residential and office properties, Marylebone continues to capture the imagination of high-end organisations. This has made the area naturally highly-concentrated with new businesses. However, this does not mean that there is less potential for further growth.

For example, the Westminster Enterprise Programme recognises the need to convert the “underused” and “underloved” underpass and bus junction into a thriving destination for new enterprises. This is just one of the many changes the council has planned for Marylebone. Those staying in Marylebone corporate housing can be amongst the first to experience the new economically-beneficial changes.

MARYLEBONE ATTRACTIONS

It’s the attractions which reflect most of the character of Marylebone. Baker Street and High Street are worth walking down, to feel the true atmosphere and character of the area. They are arguably the stand-out attractions, running through the heart of the district, with plenty of independent shops and charming cafes to enjoy. One of the more prominent of the shops is the Selfridges building. The Grade II building at the bottom of Baker Street was opened in 1909 and identifies as one of the most extravagant architectural establishments in the capital. What’s more, is the streets also link the two beautiful Royal Parks, Hyde Park and Regent’s Park, which hold so much historical relevance and make for great, relaxing days out.

Marylebone was also home to arguably the most famous fictional detective of all time, Sherlock Holmes. The Sherlock Holmes Museum at, you guessed it, 221b Baker Street, is well worth a visit while staying nearby, as well as the fantastic London Madame Tussauds. Both attractions draw a huge amount of tourists every year. Tourists like to take advantage of the Baker Street Underground station a few minutes away from both. These iconic museums sit just outside Regent’s Park and can complete any stay in both Marylebone short term accommodation and extended stay apartments.

Ultimately, our Marylebone serviced apartments offer the convenience and value of an aparthotel in this wonderful part of London. There are plenty of options in the area, allowing connection to nearby London districts and access to some’s of the capitals most iconic attractions.

Transport

By Air

Marylebone benefits from sitting between two of London and Europe’s biggest airports; London Heathrow (LHR) and London City (LCY). Both are around forty-five minutes away by car or taxi.

Both airports are also well-facilitated with public transport, with both railway and bus services running on-site or nearby these airports. Airport transfers can also be organised from SITU’s Marylebone corporate accommodation.

London Marylebone Station

Famously known as a space on the iconic Monopoly board game, London Marylebone station is one of the bigger, more well-known railway terminuses of the capital. Bus and underground services alongside train routes at this station.

London Marylebone station is also the southernmost station on the Chiltern Main Line, which enables travel to many destinations as far as Birmingham and Solihull. The station is also vital to the area as its only train station, with the closest outside of Marylebone being Paddington station.

By Metro

Whilst there may be limited railway stations in Marylebone, it makes up for it in underground stations and services. It is not just the various underground stations within the Marylebone which support the area, but also the stations on the outskirts, such as Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street.

Travellers here can take advantage though of these underground stations within Marylebone; Regent’s Park, Edgeware Road, London Marylebone and Baker Street.

By Bus

The intercity bus network is strong in Marylebone, facilitating travel across the area and to its underground and railway stations. Buses run from both London Marylebone and Baker Street railway stations to bus stops across the area, other London districts and beyond.

National Express is the primary operator of long-distance services in-and-out of Marylebone.