One of three hotels by this independent chain, the Marylebone branch opened its doors in 2015 in a 24-bedroom Georgian townhouse. Like its Clerkenwell counterpart, it feels less like a slick hotel and more like an eccentric private home, with period furnishings, low lighting, a sumptuous colour palette and a crackling fireplace. Its award-winning cocktail lounge, Seymour’s Parlour, is the perfect spot for a relaxing tipple.
An early 1900s building restored to its former Art Deco glory
Stylish hotel backed by world-renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa
Classic pub with six elegant rooms, some with roll-top copper baths
Self-described arts hotel with discounted rates for creatives