Best pubs in Marylebone

If you are looking for a traditional British pub or a stylish bar where you can sit back and relax after a long day of shopping and sightseeing or meeting and conferences, then you will not need to go very far from the Danubius Hotel Regents Park.

Just a short distance away, you will find the renowned Baker Street and the elegant Marylebone neighbourhood, which are home to some of the best pubs in central London.

Here are just a few we would like to recommend:

The Volunteer, 245 – 247 Baker Street 

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Opposite Regent’s Park is “The Volunteer”, a local pub with atmospheric interiors and a unique character, located just a stone throw away from the Sherlock Holmes Museum and a 15 minute walk from The Danubius Hotel.

Alongside an extensive list of ales, beers, wines and spirits, the pub serves classic British food, scrumptious breakfasts and modern dishes all day.

Price for a meal and a drink: £25 – £35.

You can check out their menu here.

Nearest tube station: Baker Street


The Globe Tavern, 43 – 47 Marylebone road

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If you are visiting Madame Tussaud’s, why not stop at The Globe on Marylebone road?

This traditional pub, built in 1735, has an interesting past since many famous characters have been patrons of The Globe, including Charles Dickens. It is rumoured that the youngest Prime Minister in British history, William Pitt the Younger, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle would have been regular diners along with the writers and critics who frequented the tavern.

Price for a meal and a drink: £15 – £20.

To book a table, simply visit the website.

Nearest tube station: Baker Street.

Walking distance from The Danubius Hotel: 15 minutes.


The Purl, 50 Blandford Street – Marylebone

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If you are looking for something edgier and innovative cocktails, then The Purl is the place for you.

Prepare to be amazed, as this is a unique top London bar that is worth visiting. Imagine a 1920’s decor, opulent furnishings, bar staff wearing vintage head-to-toe attire,and experimental and innovative cocktails alongside old time classics, aimed to satisfy the guests on a multi sensory level using fogs, aroma, food, foams and liquid nitrogen.

For more info and bookings, click here.

Nearest tube station: Bond Street.

Walking distance from The Danubius Hotel: 20 minutes.


The Grazing Goat, 6 New Quebec Street – Marylebone

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This bright and charming pub is located on a quiet cobbled street just around the corner from Marble Arch station. Enjoy a local ale in the main bar or sample their delightful seasonal British menu in the elegant but homely dining room on the first floor.

Price for a meal and a drink: £25 – £35.

Check out their set menus here.

Nearest tube station: Marble Arch.

Walking distance from The Danubius Hotel: 25 minutes. Or you can just jump on the 82 bus (10 minutes ride).


The Marylebone, 93 Marylebone High Street

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Situated in the heart of Marylebone High Street, The Marylebone is a modern bar specialising in infusions, which can be served on their own as well as mixed into drinks. A selection from what they make includes cherry rum, mango vodka and clementine gin.

To book a table, visit their website.

Nearest tube station: Baker Street.

Walking distance from The Danubius Hotel: 20 minutes. Or you can just jump on the 274 bus (10 minutes ride).


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  1. 2019-09-24

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