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83 Chiltern Street
London
W1U 6NF
United Kingdom
LAT: 51.521094 LONG: -0.156748
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Experience a London stay unlike any other at Holmes Hotel London

Created for curious minds our delightfully original and unquestionably unique hotel is the ideal home from which to investigate the rest of the city.

Comprised of four beautifully restored Georgian buildings in characterful Marylebone Village, the hotel is, inspired by Baker Street’s most famous resident – Sherlock Holmes. Like the man himself, the hotel is a witty blend of heritage and playfulness, with 118 guest rooms and luxurious loft suites, a sumptuous lounge, tranquil library, three meeting spaces and a gym. All-day casual dining is enjoyed in the seasonally inspired restaurant, Kitchen at Holmes, where London’s melting pot of culinary cultures can be explored at every meal.

Holmes Hotel London

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Thu 20 Jun 2019 to Fri 21 Jun 2019
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The ideal home from which to investigate the rest of the city

Holmes boasts an enviable location on London’s iconic Chiltern Street, surrounded by high-end fashion boutiques, cafés and restaurants. Nearby highlights include Selfridges, Regent’s Park and The Wallace Collection, while Marylebone Station offers direct links to popular Bicester Village and beyond. Be sure to stop by local independent favourites such as Daunt Books, Alfie’s Antiques, Content Beauty, La Fromagerie and Casely-Hayford. Holmes is also well connected by Tube, bus and taxi, giving guests easy access to London’s glittering West End, iconic museum district and quirky East End, as well as all the most sought after sights of the city.

The man or woman about town might want to leisure out of the comforts of a luxury Holmes Hotel London room to discover things to do nearby. We would like to recommend:

  • British Museum
    A remarkable collection spanning two million years of human history. At the British Museum, discover treasures from all around the world under one roof.
  • Marylebone Village
    Marylebone Village isn’t your ordinary shopping centre. Nestled in a chic residential area, this retail paradise balances international and independent brands for a one-of-a-kind experience.
  • Regent's Park
    Wide open spaces and tree-lined pathways are essential to the charm of Regent's Park, a natural respite from the stress of daily life in the centre of London.
  • Sherlock Holmes Museum
    Located where else but at the famous 221B Baker Street, this museum honours the world-renowned fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.
  • The Wallace Collection
    A rich and ornate collection of paintings, sculptures, furniture, armour and much more awaits at The Wallace Collection. Discover the 18th and 19th centuries through these magnificent works.
  • Tyburn Gallery
    Champions of international, contemporary art, the Tyburn Gallery represents established and up-and-coming-artists. Find it just a short stroll away from Holmes Hotel London.
  • Selfridges & Co
    The iconic high-end department store Selfridges is located just a short walk from Holmes Hotel. Find the dress of your dreams, designer men’s accessories or the perfect outfit for your little one.
  • Conran Shop
    A carefully curated selection of furniture, lighting, home accessories and gifts by iconic designers from across the world. Find the piece de resistance that you've been looking for.
  • Brora
    Build a complete wardrobe of luxury Scottish knitwear and cashmere at Brora. Using fine materials like tweed, silk, wool and linen, the items here are a treat for the skin.
  • Daunt Books
    Satisfy your literary thirst at Daunt Books, founded by James Daunt in the beautiful Edwardian premises at 83 Marylebone High Street. If you're not much of a reader, visit to see the marvelous main room with its beautiful arches and stained-glass windows.
  • Cire Trudon
    Visit Maison Trudon on Chiltern Street for an olfactory dream through French history. Created with the help of traditional perfumers, the candles at Cire Trudon are works of pure luxury and are the perfect gift for friends back home.
  • The Monocle Cafe
    It's only natural for the curators of legendary travel guides and magazines to also run a cosy cafe in Marylebone. Visit The Monocle Cafe to caffeinate and ruminate on what to do that evening.