5 Best Hotels in Marylebone, London

Dorset Square Hotel

$$$ | 39 Dorset Sq., London, NW1 6QN, England Fodor's Choice
Dorset Square Hotel - Deluxe Room
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This fashionable boutique hotel occupies a charming old town house in one of London's most upscale neighborhoods. Rooms and suites have been individually designed with bold colors, handwoven carpets, eclectic artwork, and knickknacks from around the globe. Amenities include flat-screen TVs, Tivoli radios, and marble bathrooms with Firmdale Hotels' own RikRak products. The drawing room, with high ceilings, cozy fire, graceful windows, and honor bar, is a perfect spot to relax with a cocktail. English brasserie-style cuisine is served in the Potting Shed Bar & Restaurant, a smart, intimate neighborhood find.

Pros

  • Ideal location
  • Lovely design
  • Good afternoon tea

Cons

  • Some rooms are small
  • No bathtub in some rooms
  • No gym
39 Dorset Sq., London, NW1 6QN, England
020-7723–7874
hotel Details
38 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Hyatt Regency London—The Churchill

$$$ | 30 Portman Sq., London, W1H 7BH, England

Even though it's one of London's largest hotels, The Churchill is always abuzz with guests smiling at the perfection they find here, including warmly personalized service and calmly alluring guest rooms. The shimmering lobby is in Robert Adam–esque 19th-century style, and there's a gorgeous cocktail bar inspired by Winston's wife, Clementine. There are two restaurants: Locanda Locatelli, one of the best Italian restaurants in London, and the more traditional Montagu, overlooking Portman Square. Guest rooms are lovely and modern, and suites are hung with cutting-edge art on loan from the Saatchi collection. No-nonsense business travelers and VIPs appreciate the highly convenient Portman Square location.

Pros

  • Comfortable and stylish
  • Great dining and drinking, including a bottomless brunch
  • Central location

Cons

  • Feels more geared to business than leisure travelers
  • Lots of renovations going on
  • Prices are steep
30 Portman Sq., London, W1H 7BH, England
020-7486–5800
hotel Details
440 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Marylebone

$$$ | 47 Welbeck St., London, W1G 8DN, England

Capitalizing on its location in central London's most intimate, village-like neighborhood, The Marylebone features contemporary designer rooms and drinking and dining options that match the boutique elements of its surroundings. Rooms are styled in neutral tones and those on the higher floors offer the kind of quaint rooftop views that have become increasingly rare in a city intent on building bigger. The elegant 108 Brasserie is the perfect spot for people-watching, whether from inside or poised on its outdoor terrace flanked by cobblestone Marylebone Lane. 

Pros

  • Two penthouse suites come with stunning rooftop terraces
  • Access to the in-house Third Space gym and spa with pool
  • Lively location in the heart of Marylebone

Cons

  • Prices are high for the smaller standard rooms
  • Surrounding streets get busy, especially in summer
  • Guests share the spa with nonguest users
47 Welbeck St., London, W1G 8DN, England
020-7486–6600
hotel Details
250 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Sumner

$$ | 54 Upper Berkley St., London, W1H 7QR, England
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You can feel yourself relaxing the minute you enter this elegant Georgian town house. The interior design has a modern flair and guest rooms are painted in neutral tones with splashes of rich color. If the weather is good, relax in the small garden; in winter, warm your feet by the fire. 

Pros

  • Excellent location for shopping
  • Small enough that the staff know your name
  • Good value

Cons

  • Services are limited
  • Some rooms are small
  • Street noise can be a minor issue
54 Upper Berkley St., London, W1H 7QR, England
020-7723–2244
hotel Details
20 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

$$$ | 28--30 Seymour St., London, W1H 7JB, England Fodor's Choice

No matter how hip the crowd here gets, the clientele is never likely to distract from the sumptuous decor of this boutique hotel that is equal parts Tudor-style and Georgian flair, with a pinch of steampunk for good measure.

Pros

  • Beautiful interior design
  • Cocktail bar that makes repeat visits a must
  • Gorgeous rooms that feel like you're on a movie set

Cons

  • Atmosphere can feel too trendy at times
  • Prices are high considering the amenities
  • Neighborhood can be too quiet on weekends
28--30 Seymour St., London, W1H 7JB, England
020-7324–4544
hotel Details
24 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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