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|Distance to city center||1.9 mi|
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Chiltern Firehouse is in London’s Marylebone district which puts it in the West End and close to an astonishingly long list of appealing destinations. There is shopping along Oxford Street and the even more appealing Marylebone High Street. There are multiple premium eateries (including the famous restaurant in the hotel itself), and such attractions as the Sherlock Holmes Museum, Madame Tussauds, the Wallace Collection, Wigmore Hall, and scores of others in walking distance.
Restored by the hotelier Andre Balazs, the historic firehouse is a boutique property with a very limited number of luxurious rooms and suites offering historic charm and beauty around every corner. The property is definitely defined by its luxuriousness, and travelers will appreciate the attentive services of their private concierge, laundry services, dry cleaning, room services, and access to the wildly popular bar, lounge, and restaurant on the ground floor.
The 26 rooms range from the courtyard and classic types to Mews Classic. They all face different directions and offer great views. Most have a working fireplace, and all are custom decorated with unique artwork, linens and more. All of the bathrooms are opulently appointed and feature marble fixtures and signature toiletries. Rooms all have Wi-Fi, a work desk and chair, a minibar, personal fridge and beverage station, as well as climate controls.
If staying in one of the most upscale and prestigious spots in London appeals, then a visit to the beautiful and historic Chiltern Firehouse is sure to appeal.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Piccadilly Circus 1.1 mi
- Hyde Park 1.1 mi
- British Museum 1.2 mi
- St James's Palace 1.2 mi
- Buckingham Palace 1.3 mi
- National Gallery 1.3 mi
|London City||8.8 mi|
|London Heathrow||13.4 mi|
|London Marylebone, Greater London||0.4 mi|