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Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

London (Bayswater)

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24 rooms from £246 per night

“The newest addition to Zetter's growing collection, whose ethos is great cocktails, delicious food and a super-comfy bed! In the Marylebone outpost you'll find individually designed bedrooms with an eclectic mix of antique furniture and curios, huge beds, luxurious drapes and deluxe bathrooms. ”

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“The newest addition to Zetter's growing collection, whose ethos is great cocktails, delicious food and a super-comfy bed! In the Marylebone outpost you'll find individually designed bedrooms with an eclectic mix of antique furniture and curios, huge beds, luxurious drapes and deluxe bathrooms. ”

Hotel Review

“More Marble Arch than Marylebone, but well located nonetheless, the newest Zetter Townhouse (opened in 2015) is ideally placed for Oxford Street’s shops and central London sights. Once the home of poet Edward Lear, the hotel is now said to be the residence of a fictional Uncle Seymour, an eccentric collector, and walls are adorned with paintings, plaques and memorabilia to echo this. Bedrooms, all different, are in keeping with this quirky style with heavy wooden furniture, walls painted in dark reds, purples and turquoises and decorative bedheads. Bathrooms are well-equipped and fun, with walls plastered in old Punch cartoons or maps, and each has REN products. Lear’s Loft, the hotel’s suite, has an outdoor roll-top bath overlooking the rooftops. Breakfast is served in Seymour’s Parlour, which also serves afternoon tea, cocktails and bar snacks, and guests are given a handy guide to recommended restaurants.”

Recommended for
  • Local exploring
  • Great location with easy access to the best of London's attractions
  • City Style
 

Written by Helena Hamlyn

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Four poster beds
  • Wifi
  • Safe
  • Bar
  • Seymour's parlour serves fabulous cocktails
  • Car not required
  • Library
  • No restaurant
  • Bar snacks are available
  • Concierge
  • Sitting Room
  • Room service
  • Disabled access
  • Suites

Activities

  • Close to nightlife
  • Visit the local Marylebone bars and restaurants
  • Designer Shopping
  • Oxford Street just minutes away
  • Sights nearby
  • Close to London's West End

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“Why do people love staying in your hotel?

Our guests love that a stay at The Zetter Townhouse is much more of a travel experience than your average hotel. We want it to feel like you are staying in the private home of an eccentric personality whose home is quirky but also luxurious (and they are an exceptional host). There is no conventional check-in desk, you are greeted by a host and encouraged to feel at home immediately. Our award winning cocktails also help people feel very relaxed and regulars often arrive and settle in for the night!

What is there to do in the area?
Marylebone is one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods and we are located on a quiet Georgian street just minutes from the hustle and bustle. The capital’s best shopping is on our doorstep (shopping Mecca Selfridges, Oxford Street and Bond Street are just a five minute walk away). The glorious tranquility of Hyde Park, The Serpentine and Regent’s Park are within an easy stroll and for culture vultures there is The Wallace Collection just two minutes away.

What kind of breakfast do you offer?
Our Continental Breakfast buffet is hugely popular and includes our favourite homemade granola and bircher muesli. All the hot breakfast classics are also available - everything from a Full English Breakfast and avocado on toast, to an Eggs Benedict or Royale.

Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally?
Our Afternoon Tea is award winning and we encourage guests to book in advance if possible as we don’t want them to ever be disappointed. There is also an all-day menu which is perfect for an informal meal or to accompany cocktails but if you are looking for a 3 course meal we have some excellent restaurants on our doorstep that we recommend wholeheartedly - Locanda Locatelli, Chiltern Firehouse, Lurra to name just a few.

Which are your most popular room types, and why?
The Studio Suites have committed fans. Each is individual in style and layout but all are expansive. One has a gold mosaic surrounded bath in the bedroom.

What facilities do you have for children and can you fit extra beds in your rooms ?
Many of the rooms are ideal for families. The Deluxe Rooms can accommodate extra beds and cots but the Suites have sofa beds and there are a number of interconnecting rooms. We also have a little care package for those travelling with babies and toddler (everything you might have forgotten or not been able to squeeze into your suitcase (babychanging bits, bedtime books etc.)

What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers?
Come and stay and enjoy a truly unique London ‘experience’.”

Other Reviews

The cool hotel guide

Expect antique furniture, wine-red walls, gilded pictures, shelves overflowing with leather-bound books . . . and a sense of the eccentric. The interior was inspired by the eclectic interior of London's Sir John Soane’s Museum.

Originally published by The Times (view article)

The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone Review

Opened in mid-August 2015, this quirky, 24-bedroom Georgian townhouse hotel to the north of Oxford Street makes a good-value base for shopping and sightseeing. Think fashionably eccentric interiors, a clubby vibe, and a cosy bar. Hyde Park is just a stroll away.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

At the new Zetter he was inspired by the obsessive collections of the Sir John Soane's Museum, and by the travels of the latest Townhouse's fictional former resident, Uncle Seymour, whose rakish, parrot-bothering portrait hangs in the parlour.

Originally published by CNTraveller (view article)

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24 rooms from £246 per night

Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Local exploring
  • Great location with easy access to the best of London's attractions
  • City Style
Activities
  • Close to nightlife
  • Visit the local Marylebone bars and restaurants
  • Designer Shopping
  • Oxford Street just minutes away
  • Sights nearby
  • Close to London's West End
Other highlights
  • Exclusive use
  • Hire the whole place and host a party to remember
  • Four poster beds
  • Lively
  • No restaurant
  • Bar snacks are available
  • Full of character
  • Townhouse
  • B+B
  • Historic
  • The property was once home to Edward Lear, poet and artist
  • Antiques
  • Eclectically designed rooms are adorned by antiques
  • Quirky
  • Disabled access

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