Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Marylebone

Situ’s serviced apartments in Marylebone have been selected especially for the corporate traveller. Enjoy a real home-from-home in our Marylebone accommodation, with a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and laundry facilities. Our range of serviced apartments in Marylebone are conveniently located and have everything that those travelling for business need for a successful trip.
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About Marylebone


The home of some of the finest restaurants in the UK, grand architecture, and a UK start-up hub for entrepreneurs, Marylebone is pretty much where it’s at these days.

About Marylebone

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Marylebone?

Stay in beautiful, contemporary serviced accommodation located in central London when you book with Situ in Marylebone. From iconic locations such as Baker Street and Chiltern Street to the up-market and luxury apartments of Marylebone in Portland Street, you’ll find a variety of price points and apartment styles to match exactly what you’re looking for.

Our serviced apartments in Marylebone have everything you need to enjoy a night or two of self-catered dining and relaxing in the capital, with a smart TV, super-fast broadband, fully-equipped kitchen, and plenty of living space. There’s also weekly domestic cleaning and, in many cases, concierge services to make sure you have everything you need during your stay. Marylebone's aparthotels are another option you could explore for your stay in the city.

A handful of our self-catered and corporate accommodation choices in Marylebone have elevators in apartment blocks. Parking isn’t available but there are plenty of public transport options to help you get from A to B. Marylebone is so central that you pretty much have the centre of the city and all its entertainment venues right on your doorstep.


Where is Marylebone?

Sitting in the heart of the Borough of Westminster, in the famously wealthy West End of central London, Marylebone is surrounded by well-known, upmarket areas such as Knightsbridge, Kensington, and Chelsea. Situ has a carefully curated selection of luxury serviced apartments in Marylebone; why not select one of these for your short stay in the capital?

Marylebone is a short walk away from Hyde Park and Kensington Palace, while the capital’s famous luxury shopping area — Oxford Street — is just around the corner. If you want to continue your day somewhere else, then you can take the tube at Oxford Circus to other parts of London.

Manchester is around 200 miles from Marylebone and a drive of 3 hours, 26 minutes. Birmingham is 116 miles and a two-hour drive. It takes just over an hour and twenty minutes to drive the 55 miles to Brighton. Marylebone is very well connected for other popular areas of the city, with Canary Wharf seven miles away and Shoreditch about three-and-a-half miles from Marylebone.

In the Doomsday Book, a total of 50 people were recorded as residents here, but today there are around 13,000 residents: five per cent of the total population in Westminster. A village in its heyday, Marylebone still has a small-town feel, yet it sits in the heart of one of the most exciting capital cities in the world.


Invest in Marylebone

There are just over 6000 businesses in Marylebone, according to figures from the City of Westminster Council. Around 75 per cent of the population in Marylebone are between 18 and 64, which is higher than the average for Westminster as a whole. In terms of occupation, the majority of people who live in Marylebone work in managerial and professional roles. Students are next, followed by small businesses and the self-employed.

Westminster is also a hub for tech-based companies. Choosing one of our corporate apartments in Marylebone will help ensure a calm and stress-free stay, whatever business brings you to the capital.


Things to Do in Marylebone 

The West End has a vibrant arts and culture sector which contributes an important amount to London’s economy. And Marylebone certainly plays its part, with more than 450 musical performances every year at the Wigmore Hall alone. The many smaller venues are similarly productive and are worth checking out too. Of course, Madame Tussauds museum is also nearby, or you could visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street, where according to the author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the fictional detective lived.

Marylebone offers plenty of places to eat, with a wealth of different cuisines to choose from. After lunch, you may want to go shopping and you’re certainly spoilt for choice in Marylebone and Westminster. Marylebone High Street itself boasts plenty of independent shops, as does the Edgware Road. There are also the famous names such as Harrods and the exclusive designer boutiques along Oxford Street and Bond Street for window shopping.

Of course, if you’d like to take some ‘time out’ for some peace and quiet during your stay in Marylebone, head for the green spaces of Cavendish Square, Portman Square, and Regent's Park.

After a day at work or spent enjoying all that London has to offer, you can head back to your Situ serviced apartment in Marylebone and relax in your own calm and private home-away-from-home, ready to enjoy another day in the city.






By Air

Heathrow Airport is just under half an hour’s drive from Marylebone and just 23 mins via train and subway.

Stansted Airport is a 53 mins drive and 53 mins via shuttle bus. Luton Airport is a 42 mins drive away and 42 mins via shuttle bus. Gatwick Airport is 57 mins by car and 56 mins via the shuttle.

By Rail

Marylebone Station is in Harewood Row and is run by Chiltern Railways.

Brighton is 1 hr 4 mins from Marylebone Station via London Victoria Station and Manchester is 2 hrs 9 mins. You can go direct to Birmingham (1 hr 25 mins), Oxford (1 hr 27 mins) and Warwick (1 hr 24 mins).

The underground stations within Marylebone are Regent’s Park, Edgeware Road, London Marylebone, and Baker Street.

In terms of cost, Marylebone is in Travel Zone I.

By Bus

There is a total of 12 local bus routes for Marylebone including two night routes, the N18 and N74.

The bus to Birmingham takes 3 hrs 25 mins, to Portsmouth 3 hrs 29 mins, and 5 hrs 34 mins to Manchester.

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