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Published 22 March 2024

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Welcome our Marylebone ultimate guide. Marylebone, one of London’s most charming neighbourhoods and, of course, home to The Zetter, is Seeped in rich history, vibrant culture, and plenty hidden treasures waiting to be explored. Whether you want to stay close to the comfort of your hotel, or explore a little wider, we have got something for everyone.

5-10 Minutes from Seymour Street

Only a stones throw from Oxford Street, which, unsurprisingly, is brimming with shops to fit any need, The Zetter Marylebone is perfectly located near the hustle and bustle- without the noise of course. If shopping is one of your vices, Selfridges is a must! Window shopping designer goods or tasting the delights of the food hall- this is a great way to spend those lovely rainy spring days.

If you are more of an outdoor-lover, we are only a few minutes away from beautiful greenery- including Hyde Park. Packed with different attractions, areas and things to see, Hyde Park is a green oasis you can explore for hours. From Britain’s oldest Lido, to waterfront cafes and panoramic lake-side paths it is a beautiful place to get lost in!

Hyde Park, The Zetter Marylebone and Selfridges for the perfect guide

10-20 Minutes from Seymour Street

A little further on from Selfridges is St Christopher’s Place; a beloved spot for Londoners. Tucked away between Oxford Street and Marylebone, St. Christopher’s Place is a bustling social hub. Here, you’ll find everything from cosy morning coffee spots and delightful outdoor dining to well-known high street favourites and independent brands. Blink and you will miss it, this shopping haven is hidden away. Like entering into Narnia, look out for the signpost just west of Bond Street tube station.

We cannot create a Marylebone ultimate guide without including Saville Row- a fashion institution and historic legend. Savile Row emerged between 1731 and 1735 and by the late 18th century, tailors began to establish their boutiques. Catering to the affluent denizens of Mayfair and the City, as well as the local well-heeled residents. Presently, Savile Row epitomizes diversity. Boasting an array of ready-to-wear, made-to-measure, and bespoke options, tailored to both men and women. Not in the market for speciality tailoring? Don’t worry, window shopping is allowed too!

Saville row & St Christopher's Place perfect guide

20-30 Minutes from Seymour Street

If shopping is not for you, The Photographer’s Gallery is the perfect pit stop to peruse international photographers and local talent. As the first gallery solely displaying photography in the UK, TPG is renowned for a diverse array of in-person and online offerings, including exhibitions, talks, late-night events, workshops, courses, tours, and beyond. Their goal is to ignite dialogue, foster collaboration, and delve into the captivating intricacies and future potential of photography.

Regents Park is another option for exploring the outdoors and soaking up nature and culture. Home to the Japanese Gardens and St John’s Lodge Garden, there is a plethora of flora and fauna to be discovered, alongside rivers, steams and lovely places for taking a quiet minute. Not only is it perfect destination for exploration, the Open Air Cinema boasts captivating and thought-provoking productions. Founded in 1932, the esteemed Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre stands as one of London’s premier theatrical venues, renowned for its expansive size and numerous accolades. Drawing over 150,000 attendees over their 20 week summer period, check out their schedule here.

Only a 30 minute walk from our famous front door is Fortnum and Mason. A real food institution. Established in 1707, F&M is famed for their hampers, afternoon teas and beautifully packaged, high quality goods. The food hall alone is definitely worth the walk, let alone the restaurant serving a wide range of their products.

Whilst we are all thinking of spring, summer and warm weather, we can’t forget Regent Street’s Christmas lights display. Enjoy a chilly evening walk under a beautifully bright light display whilst securing those last minute Christmas presents. Check out the sparkles and twinkles of angels above from November-January and discover the magic of Christmas in London.

Open Air Cinema, Regent Street at Christmas, Fortnum & Mason and Regent's Park perfect guide

Further Afield

Aside from all of the amazing sites to see on your doorstep, the brilliant transport links around The Zetter Marylebone mean it is the perfect hub for further travel.

Paddington Station, not only the home to everyone’s favourite bear, but a great hub for travel to wider London and the UK, is right around the corner.

The Zetter Marylebone is surrounded by tube stations, hosting the Bakerloo, Central, Elizabeth, Hammersmith & City and Victoria lines. A central hub to explore the beauty around London.

We hope you find this ultimate guide useful. We would love to hear your Marylebone must-sees and experiences that we may have missed!

Just in case you missed it… click here to read out Clerkenwell Guide. Make the most of your stay at both of our properties!

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