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Holmes Hotel London83 Chiltern StreetMaryleboneLondonW1U 6NFUnited Kingdom

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  • ZSL London Zoo

    The world’s oldest scientific zoo, located to the north of Regent’s Park. Discover more than 750 species of animals including Europe’s only walk-through spider experience. Get up-close to the animals with the zoo’s experiences and live demonstrations.

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  • Natural History Museum

    Delve into the Museum’s collections of more than 80 million specimens and uncover the history of life on Earth, from the smallest insects to the largest mammals. There are regular family exhibitions and interactive activities as well as temporary award-winning exhibitions and sleepovers.

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  • Madame Tussauds London

    The first Madame Tussauds to open in 1836 on Baker Street. Get up close to more than 250 lifelike wax figures of globally famous celebrities and immersive interactive experiences from Alien:Escape to Marvel Superheros 4D and Star Wars.

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  • Science Museum

    A world-class collection recording scientific, technological and medical achievements from around the globe - with over 15,000 objects on display including world famous objects such as the Apollo 10 command capsule and Stephenson’s rocket.

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  • South Bank London

    Right in the very heart of the Capital. This cultural hub on the south bank of the River Thames boasts entertainment for adults and families alike from Shrek’s Adventure and Sea Life, to the London Eye, Southbank Centre and the National Theatre. Look out for the foodie street markets every week.

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  • London Eye

    Board the giant Ferris wheel for an unparalleled bird’s-eye view of London. The London Eye is Europe’s tallest fixed Ferris wheel.

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  • Selfridges

    Selfridges is a high-end department store with the flagship store on Oxford Street. Find the dress of your dreams, designer men’s accessories or the perfect outfit for your little one.

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  • Brora

    Luxury Scottish cashmere and clothing on Marylebone High Street.

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  • Casely-Hayford

    Influencial British designers renowned for their men’s and women’s ready-to-wear collections and personal tailoring on exclusive Chiltern Street.

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  • Dashing Tweeds

    Tweed for the 21st Century.

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  • Sunspel

    Luxury British clothing for men and women.

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  • Mouki Mou

    A unique selection of luxury women’s clothing, accessories, jewellery and beauty products.

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  • Bella Freud

    World-renowned knitwear including signature jumpers which have gained a cult following.

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  • Daunt Books

    Bookworm or not, visitors travel from far and wide to visit this famous bookshop with its walls adorned with publications from across the globe. The stunning Edwardian store was originally built for antiquarian booksellers Francis Edwards in 1910, but Daunt Books was founded by James Daunt in 1990 and has developed quite the reputation ever since, partly thanks to its awe-inspiring interiors.

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  • Conran Shop

    Design-led home furnishings from Sir Terence Conran.

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  • La Fromagerie

    Award-winning cheese shop with a café.

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  • Ginger Pig

    Known for the sausages, this traditional butcher sources its produce from their farm in Yorkshire.

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  • Jas Musical

    Sells an extensive range of Classical and Folk instruments, specialising in instruments from India.

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  • VV Rouleaux

    A vibrant treasure trove of haberdashery.

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  • Cadenheads

    Scotland’s oldest independent bottler of whisky, with a unique tasting room showcasing international ranges and Cadenhead’s rums.

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  • Baker Street Station (tube)

    Underground: Bakerloo, Circle and Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan

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  • Marylebone Station (tube and overground)

    - Chiltern Railways to Bicester Village (, Wembley Stadium, Oxford, Birmingham, The Chilterns, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon.

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  • Bond Street (tube)

    Underground: Jubilee and Central

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  • Marble Arch (tube)

    Underground: Central

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  • Oxford Circus (tube)

    Underground: Bakerloo, Central and Victoria

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  • The Monocle Café London

    Monocle magazine’s café on iconic Chiltern Street.

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  • Kitchen at Holmes

    A seasonally inspired all-day dining restaurant and bar with a menu created by head chef Stefano Motta, influenced by his travels across the world and cooking styles that he has collected along the way.

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  • Boxcar

    An ethical independent Marylebone business, offering a hub for the local community to enjoy farm-to-fork British produce and seasonally changing menus at the Butcher & Grill and the Baker & Deli.

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  • Daylesford

    Daylesford’s Marylebone farm shop and café is open all day and serves organic produce from their Cotswolds farm.

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  • Pierre Marcolini

    Exquisite handmade Belgian patisseries make an indulgent gift, from stunning chocolate creations and delicate macarons to cakes and handcrafted ice cream.

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  • 106 Baker Street

    At 106 Baker St enjoy freshly-prepared, daily-changing salads, pastries, sandwiches, quiches and hot and cold mains. Takeaways and free wifi available.

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  • Regent's Park

    Home to the Open Air Theatre, ZSL London Zoo, the Avenue Gardens and four children’s playgrounds.

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  • Hyde Park

    Outdoor pursuits aplenty with open-air swimming or boating in the Serpentine, concerts, horse riding and tennis or meander around the Rose Garden, Speaker’s Corner and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain. Every summer, Hyde Park is host to British Summer Time (BST) Hyde Park, with a variety of big musical concerts from year to year.

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  • Paddington Street Gardens

    Paddington Gardens are just a short walk from Holmes Hotel, set behind Marylebone High Street.

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  • The Wallace Collection

    Be dazzled by this once-private collection of fine and decorative arts throughout history from across the globe. Now open to the public, this stunning wonderful house is a must-see and plays host to items such as French 18th-century paintings, furniture, arms and armour, porcelain and Old Master paintings arranged into 30 galleries.

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  • Sherlock Holmes Museum

    Fans of the famous fictional detective won’t want to miss out on a visit to 221B Baker Street, where a museum is dedicated to Holmes and his sidekick Dr Watson. Built to transport you into Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s mind, the museum consists of photographs, props, waxworks and even staff dressed in character for visitors.

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  • Wigmore Hall

    Victorian music hall specialising in chamber and instrumental music.

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  • British Museum

    One of London’s most visited museums, with a vast collection of world art and cultural artefacts including the Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies.

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  • West End Theatreland

    The home of theatre with some of the best plays and musicals in the world.

  • Jagged Art gallery

    Showcasing up and coming artists and their intricate, sophisticated works of art.

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  • Railings Gallery

    Exhibits include a wide range of contemporary art and a bespoke framing service.

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  • BXR

    Members-only high-end boxing gym.

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  • Margaret Dabbs

    London’s leading expert on luxury hand, foot and leg treatments.

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  • Daniel Galvin

    Flagship Marylebone salon from an award-winning colourist.

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  • Wembley Stadium

    A short tube ride from Baker Street station, at Wembley Stadium you can witness the biggest football matches and concerts in the UK.

  • The O2 Arena

    See the world's most popular events, from comedy tours and musical concerts to tennis and boxing matches.


Parking is available at 170 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5AR. Please note that all parking spaces must be booked at least one hour prior to arrival. Please also be advised that the max amount of time that parking spaces can be pre-booked for is 28 days in advance from the arrival date. An alternative self-parking facility can be found at Portman Square.

Airport & Transport Information

Our Concierge Team would be happy to make any necessary transportation arrangements to and from any destination with our Hotel Chauffeur Service.

London Heathrow (LHR)

Distance from the hotel: 26km
Drive time: 30-45 minutes and approx
£55 by taxi

Drive time: 45min-60min metered Black Cab approx £70.00 and up to £90.00 during peak times.

Train: Heathrow Express runs from Paddington Station, just 10 minutes by taxi. The train journey costs £22.00.

London Gatwick (LGW)

Distance from the hotel: 60km

Drive time: 65min-85min metered Black Cab approx £100.00 and up to £120.00 during peak times

Train: Gatwick Express runs from Victoria Station, just 20 minutes by taxi. The train journey costs £19.90

London City (LCY)

Distance from the hotel: 16km

Drive time:40min-50min metered Black Cab approx £55

Underground: take westbound DLR train to Canning Town, change to westbound Jubilee line train and get off at Baker Street station.

*All fares and journey times are approximate and are based on a one-way journey

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