Marylebone is one of the many areas in London where you can find more than a handful of exciting attractions. From historic landmarks and structures to luxury shops and museums, there are plenty of treasures to discover.
Book a trip to the M by Montcalm and experience what it’s like to stay at our 5 Star London Hotels Marylebone. During your stay, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do right on your doorstep. Here are some of the best local attractions to make your trip extra special.
Marylebone Road, London
If you’ve ever wanted to take a selfie with Brad Pitt or have your photo taken with Nelson Mandela, Madame Tussauds is the place to do it. Although technically, you won’t actually get to meet your celebrity heroes, you’ll get to see their waxwork doppelganger. The wax statues at Madame Tussauds are incredibly detailed works of art and you won’t want to miss out on seeing them during your stay at our Marylebone London luxury hotel.
Standing proudly on the corner of Hyde Park, you’ll find one of London’s most iconic landmarks. Marble Arch is a triumphal arch which was design by John Nash in 1827 to serve as the entrance to Buckingham Palace’s cour d’honneur. In 1851, it was relocated during an expansion project to its current location. The beautiful white marble gleams in the sunlight, making it a wonderful photo opportunity for any shutterbugs or photographers.
Sherlock Holmes Museum
Baker Street, London
Take a trip into the intriguing world of everybody’s favourite fictional detective and uncover the mystery of Sherlock Holmes. The terrace house museum on Baker Street is home to a wonderful collection of memorabilia that will give you a closer look into the mind of Arthur Conan Doyle and his fictional creations. The museum has been preserved to look exactly how it was described in the classic Sherlock Holmes books and it offers a wonderful experience for visitors of all ages.
Straight alongside Marylebone is one of London’s liveliest green spaces. Regent’s Park is a must-see place during your trip to the capital, especially if you’re travelling with the kids. As you stroll around the grounds, you’ll find wide open spaces where the little ones can play as well as scenic pathways for a couple’s walk. The park is also home to the famous London Zoo which has all kinds of furry creatures and wild animals from around the world.
Oxford Street, London
If you plan to do any shopping during your stay at our Marylebone London luxury hotel, you’re in luck. You’ll be located right around the corner from the famous Selfridges department store. Home to thousands of high-end products, it is a go-to place for shoppers. Whether you’re looking for fashion or technology, you’ll discover plenty of high-end brands as you explore Selfridges.