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The village of Marylebone is an affluent and fashionable neighbourhood in central London, located within the City of Westminster. Bounded by Oxford Street to the south, Marylebone Road to the north, Edgware Road to the west and Great Portland Street to the east, it features well-known London landmarks such as Regent's Park and Baker Street. As well as being a renowned shopping district, with numerous specialist shops and boutiques, Marylebone is also host to many medical and dental offices in Harley Street.
Marylebone railway station is a mainline train terminus in central London. Commuters living north of London can take advantage of regular, fast trains between towns such as High Wycombe, Aylesbury, Bicester, Banbury, Leamington Spa and Beaconsfield. Marylebone is also a stop on the London tube line, served by the Bakerloo Line. It is between Baker Street and Edgware Road stations and is in Zone 1. The tube stations of Baker Street, Oxford Street and Bond Street are also all within walking distance.
The Marylebone district is home to a cross-section of businesses, ranging from universities to dental practices and fashion and music houses. Probably the best-known street in Marylebone is Harley Street where expert cosmetic doctors and dentists provide treatments for the rich and famous. Marylebone’s 18th century grand houses also provide office space for a number of large accountancy and legal firms, while creative businesses such as The Music Studios also make Marylebone their work headquarters. Adding further to the dynamic mix of businesses are the university campuses in the neighbourhood – the London Business School is located just off Regents Park, while the University of London and the University of Westminster also have large campuses there, increasing the area’s already cosmopolitan mix.
Food and Entertainment
If you enjoy elegant surroundings and intimate, fashionable wine bars and restaurants, Marylebone is the right place for you. Within walking distance of the West End, it’s easy to access London’s best comedy clubs, cinemas, theatres and opera houses. On your doorstep is
, the world’s most famous waxwork museum where you can see celebrities from the worlds of sport, music and movies face to face. When it comes to dining out, Marylebone has something for every budget, from simple eats through to award-winning gastro-pubs and fine dining five-star restaurants. On Portland Street, the Icelandic restaurant Texture serves up a fish-orientated menu in a grand, high-ceilinged room and has proven to be a major attraction for residents and visitors to the area.