The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

Rated 9.2 in 164 reviews. 24 rooms.

★★★★

The Zetter Townhouse, Marylebone is the second addition to The Zetter Group’s Townhouse hotel family. This 24 bedroom Georgian townhouse and cocktail lounge enjoys an enviable location on Seymour Street, part of the grand Portman Estate. The tranquillity of this location belies its close proximity to the energy of Selfridges department store and just beyond that the bustle of Oxford Street and Bond Street.

Awash with curios collections and antique furniture, you'd be forgiven for thinking you've been transported back in time when you enter the property. While The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell is known to some as the home of The Zetter’s Great Aunt Wilhelmina, the Marylebone property is the next in the family & is that of Wicked Uncle Seymour. Inspired by the architectural collections of Sir John Soane, the interiors are crammed with a sprawling collection amassed during Uncle Seymour’s European Grand Tour, reflecting the fictional owner’s eclectic and rather colourful character.

As at Clerkenwell, cocktails are made in collaboration with pioneering drinks creator Tony Conigliaro, with each recipe peppered with carefully concocted cordials, aromatics and tinctures.

Featuring a bar and free WiFi, The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone is located just steps away from Oxford Street in central London. Hyde Park is a short walk away and Paddington Station is 1.6 km away. The property is less than 2 km from Carnaby Street and from the West End theatres.

The rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom fitted with free toiletries, while some rooms will provide you with a seating area. All rooms at The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone feature air conditioning and a desk.

A continental breakfast is served every morning at the property.

Heathrow Airport is within easy reach via the Heathrow Express from Paddington Station.

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A guide to great places near The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

  1. The Grazing Goat

    You have GOTTA try the squid starter.

    65 m from hotel
    6 New Quebec St

  2. The Churchill Bar

    Had a lovely fresh mocktail, just ask for whatever you want. Came with super fresh olives, bread stick and 2 cute waiters :-D Will be back

    130 m from hotel
    30 Portman Sq

  3. Marble Arch

    Sculpted from Italian marble and based on the Arch of Constantine in Rome, this was built in 1827 as the entrance to Buckingham Palace. It was moved here in 1851 when the palace was enlarged.

    166 m from hotel
    Oxford St

  4. GAIL's Bakery

    Amazing bakery for both savory and sweets. I recommend the scrambled eggs on sourdough bread and salmon with scrambled eggs. For sweet, the Blueberry pancake is a must have..

    172 m from hotel
    4-6 Seymour Pl

  5. Roti Chai

    Best masala tea (chai karak) in town

    201 m from hotel
    3 Portman Mews South

  6. Selfridges & Co

    This season is all about innovative nail textures. We love Yves Saint Laurent’s tri-phase La Laque Couture Tie and Dye top coats, which give a candy-like veil finish. bit.ly/14U5Jsi

    395 m from hotel
    400 Oxford St

  7. Roka

    The Kani no Kamameshi and their beef shishito yaki 👌🏻

    413 m from hotel
    30 North Audley St

  8. North Audley Cantine (NAC)

    A trendy bar.

    448 m from hotel
    41 North Audley St

  9. Zoilo

    Nice place and great service! The Asado flank steak is a must try! Their wine selection is interesting: all argentinian wines!

    457 m from hotel
    9 Duke St

  10. Scott's

    The art deco styled private dining room and the exquisite food makes this restaurant a firm favourite for elegant entertaining in London.

    0.8 km from hotel
    20 Mount Street

  11. Daunt Books

    "It invites slow saunters, casual leaning against a wall and hours spent exploring. The range is eclectic and international; you're sure to find a book you didn't know you were looking for..."

    0.8 km from hotel
    83 Marylebone High St

  12. Hyde Park

    The first nude statue in London was erected in the South-East corner of Hyde Park in 1822. After the pleas from 'country women' a fig leaf was later added to save their blushes.

    0.9 km from hotel
    Serpentine Rd