Marylebone Village

Marylebone Village is the acclaimed retail and leisure destination is located within the heart of central London W1.The village lies within, and is carefully nurtured by the long standing landlord The Howard De Walden Estate. It is home to Harley Street, home to state of the art medical centres and doctors, offering some of the best treatment in the world.

Marylebone is one of the city’s top retail destinations but is a welcome difference to the hustle and bustle of central London shopping. Agnes B has been in the area for over 15 years and is one of the most well loved stores in the area. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to fashion, with big names such as Hunt and Gather, Links of London and Toast looking after all of your wardrobe needs. Funky little shops, like The Button Queen, add individuality to the village and iconic stores like The Conran Shop, make it one of the best shopping destinations in the capital.

Marylebone is not just about modern day shopping, it celebrate tradition and nostalgia too. David Penton and Son’s hardware store have been on Marylebone high steer for 167 years and is still going strong. Quaint shops like this, and Daunt books, create a friendly and inviting atmosphere.

The village is one of the best places to stop for lunch, will cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes. The famous cheese room as La Fromagerie is simply delectable, as is luxury chocolate shop Rococo. You can eat outside a pavement cafe and watch the world go by and enjoy the splendid architecture the area has to offer. If you fancy being entertained, Whigmore Hall is a leading recital venue, specialising in chamber music and song. If music is not your thing, simply wander around the many green spaces in the area, including the beautiful Paddington Gardens which is an oasis of calm.

The Landmark and The Durant are just two of the many luxury hotels that can be found in Marylebone, to look after your every need during your stay in the city. With its quirky community spirit, cutting edge fashion and laid-back food scene, this is one part of London that has it all.

Where is it?

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