Marylebone is a very smart and up-market area in central London.  It’s a wonderful neighbourhood to explore and walk around in and London serviced apartments are poplar and in demand here.  The name itself takes some thought for visitors to pronounce – is it Marlee-b’n or Marry-li-bone? Londoners have their preference and wont be deterred! Many of London’s famous attractions are a short walk away including Harley Street, Regents Park, Lord’s Cricket Ground and Madame Tussauds Waxworks. The Royal Academy of Music is here, as is The Royal College of Physicians. One of London’s most famous fictional characters, the brilliant Sherlock Holmes, did his sleuthing on Baker Street at No. 221B with the help of his friend and chronicler, Dr Watson. This building is now The Sherlock Holmes Museum.

Regent’s Park is well worth a visit. It is home to the London Zoo as well as an open-air theatre, boat-hire, many cafe’s and restaurants and huge open spaces that offer a wide range of sporting activities. Runners and dog walkers love this Park and London Zoo is the perfect fun-filled family attraction. The number and variety of exhibitions and animals to see there is impressive, with new and exciting exhibits opening all the time.  London serviced apartments near Regent’s Park are desirable and sought after and no wonder with so much going on.

Marvellous Hyde Park and Oxford Street are down the road, where you will find the sublime Selfridges department store plus all of the high street shops imaginable. There are innumerable eateries, pubs and interesting side streets to explore in the immediate area.  Tucked away, down a classic street, you will find our London serviced apartments.

There is little need for taxis and tubes because you can easily walk down to Bond Street and even Piccadilly Circus. An authentic central London location with many lovely London serviced apartments to select.