Some cheap hotels in London in and around Marylebone include the Marylebone Hotel, with rooms from £ 99 per night. The Marylebone Hotel is proud of its impeccable service and understated luxury. The Wigmore Court Hotel is a modern bed and breakfast where guests can enjoy their own bathroom, wireless Internet access and shopping on London's public transport and attractions.
However, with the 92-hectare Marylebone village that contains so many designer furniture stores, clothing stores and organic coffee shops, it's not exactly what you call "cheap London". Among the hotels in the area offering affordable luxury, you will find The Cumberland, where you will sleep on Egyptian cotton sheets in an individually decorated room with its own artwork. Cumberland also has six restaurants and bars, including the Michelin-starred Rhodes W1, and the funky Carbon bar, with its chic, industrial facilities and live DJs. There is also the Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes, which combines old charm and contemporary style to provide a successful holiday experience.
Marylebone shopping is a hit with independent boutiques and specialty stores such as Button Queen and VV Rouleaux. When you need rest, the food is excellent. The area is full of pastries, cheese shops, butchers, chocolate shops, cafés and restaurants.
Madame Tussauds and Wigmore Hall, which regularly hosts classical music concerts, are among the region's famous attractions. You can also walk around Regent Park for a wonderful and very economical experience! London Hotels & # 39; the reception areas are a good place to look for maps, guides and tourist brochures.
The vibrant West End, with its theaters, shops, restaurants and nightclubs, is easy on foot or bus from Marylebone. And once you get to Soho, you will not want to go to the shops along Oxford Street and Regent Street. The cheap hotels in London that will give you good access to both areas include the Marble Arch Inn, which offers rooms from £ 35 per night.