Curate the perfect weekend in London with a stay at The Marylebone

PUBLISHED: 09:15 24 January 2019 | UPDATED: 12:00 19 March 2019

Enjoy a cocktail at The Marylebone

Enjoy a cocktail at The Marylebone


Celebrating the best of London, guests of The Marylebone hotel can curate their own weekend through the eyes of a local personality. Meet the hotel’s Weekend Curator, Janice, a history enthusiast, London Blue Badge Guide and Marylebone resident. Follow in Janice’s footsteps to curate your perfect weekend in London.…

108 on the Lane, The Marylebone108 on the Lane, The Marylebone


Start off your morning as you mean to go on with a hearty breakfast al fresco at the hotel’s 108 on the Lane, before heading out for your adventure around Marylebone.

Begin with some retail therapy in nearby Chiltern Street.

Here you’ll find shops selling whisky, candles, woodwind instruments and bridal gowns as well as ladies and gentlemen’s tailors including English Cut, John Simons, Pauline Burrows and Trunk.

Then walk up Marylebone High Street, finishing in Marylebone Lane and its bespoke fashion and jewellery boutiques.

Shopping in MaryleboneShopping in Marylebone


Make your way to the eccentrically-British Paul Rothe & Son for a light lunch, try one of their fresh soups or delicious sandwiches made daily, (keeping it light to allow for temptations later in the day).

Spend the afternoon exploring the glorious Wallace Collection and enjoy European art from the 17th to 19th centuries.

If you’re looking for a sweet treat with a side of fashion, head to Cabbages and Frocks – a small highend market for fashion and food found in the St Marylebone Parish Church grounds.

This church was where poets Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning secretly married and one of Charles Dickens’ children was baptised (as he and his family lived nearby where he wrote six of his most famous novels).

Paul Rothe and SonPaul Rothe and Son


Freshen up for dinner and take a stroll to Trishna’s, three minutes from the hotel, renowned for its wonderful modern Indian cuisine.

Afterwards, retire for a nightcap in a cosy corner of The Marylebone’s newest bar opening, The Cocktail Bar (and already a hot spot with locals).


The vibrant, bijou feel of Marylebone village is mirrored in the chic, stylish hotel that shares its name.

Discover the charm and buzz of 108 Brasserie; the tranquility of the on-site Third Space gym, spa and swimming pool; and the expansive, rooftop terrace suites that rival any in London for their wow factor.

Discover more hidden gems and find out what springtime surprises The Marylebone (and its neighbourhood) has to offer at

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