Marylebone Hidden Gems

Looking for something a little different? Step off the beaten track and put your London Guide aside, we’ve put together a list of our Top Ten hidden gems and team’s favourite spots in-and-around Marylebone you might like to visit during your stay with us. Did you know these places were on our doorstep? Probably not, but you do now!


  1. Paddington Street Gardens

Paddington St, Marylebone, London W1U 5QA

Set behind Marylebone High Street, Paddington Street Gardens are a closed churchyard less than a five-minute walk from the hotel, this little secluded green space is the closest and one of hundreds of hidden gardens across the capital.

  1. Everyman Cinema

Baker St, Marylebone, London W1U 6TJ

“Cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theatre”, as Roman Polanski once said which is why Everyman Cinema is our favourite place for an evening of escapism in the heart of Marylebone. The independent boutique brand of cinema offers a unique cinema experience. Rewind before your film starts in the bar and forgo your basic popcorn for delicious cinema snacks!

  1. Carousel

71 Blandford St, Marylebone, London W1U 8AB

Our favourite venue available for private hire and parties, just up the road from the hotel. Carousel also hosts its own weekly evening dining experiences, brought to you by guest Chefs from around the world. Sample signature and unusual cuisines in a supper club style, relaxed atmosphere or join a workshop, from terrarium making, candle making and wine tasting, Carousel offer a unique schedule of workshops and events ideal for those looking to do something out of the ordinary whilst staying in Marylebone.  

  1. Purl Bar London

50-54 Blandford St, Marylebone, London W1U 7HX

Charming cocktail bar, a favourite amongst locals and Londoners alike. The bars extensive multi-sensory cocktail list means you are sure to find something which suits your mood, based on the bars experimental mix of spirits and flavours, or the story behind each mixology!

  1. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)

66 Portland Pl, Marylebone, London W1B 1NR

66 Portland Place is the London HQ of the Royal Institute of British Architects, open to the public and home to a library, bookshop, café and brasserie. Entry is free and tours of the building and exhibitions run daily, a great way to spend a morning opening your eyes to the history and design behind the city’s landmark buildings.

  1. La Fromagerie

2-6 Moxon St, Marylebone, London W1U 4EW

Cheese shop and tasting café on Moxon Street, behind No. Ten Manchester Street Hotel. The Fromagerie is a cheese-lovers dream. This cheese-boutique offers cheeses from around the world, alongside seasonal produce, jams, biscuits, chutneys, charcuterie and wine to accompany.

  1. Man Made

23 George St, Marylebone, London W1U 3QA

Male grooming and barber salon named as one of Men’s Health best London barbers. With a member’s club vibe, Man Made is sophisticated and cool boutique specialising in male grooming, hair and shaving services and aesthetic clinic treatments.

  1. Jamie Aston

    19 George St, Marylebone, London W1U 3QN

Luxury florist and design school a stone’s throw from No. Ten, specialising in event and bridal flower arranging courses. Learn how to create stunning floral bouquets and arrangements or pick up a bespoke, beautiful bunch of hand-picked flowers to take home with you, during your stay in London.

  1. The British Dental Museum

    64 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London W1G 8YS

Looking for an unusual museum? The British Dental Museum has over 25,000 artefacts which depict and characterise the development of the dental profession in the UK throughout the year.​ Starting from the 17th century to the present day, the highlights of the collection include dental chairs, dentures, drills, oral hygiene products, and of course Waterloo teeth.

  1. The Royal Academy of Music 

Marylebone Road, London. NW1 5HT

World-renowned institution of music, the Royal Academy of music trains world-class musicians from all over the world. Open to the public, visitors can tour the academy or attend recitals and performances or visit the college’s free museum.

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