Devonshire Street 2

Devonshire St, Greater London - W1, London

The Circle line runs along the northern edge of London's West End via Great Portland Street and Baker Street stations and it is around here that residential enclaves exist that combine the vibrancy of the main shopping districts with the cultured restraint of Marylebone Village. The one and two bedroom apartments in Devonshire Street are fine examples of what city centre living has come to represent. Here there is space, luxury and convenience, all wrapped up in a traditional, yet contemporary package. Spacious bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom and a thoroughly modern kitchen are ideal for short stay guests and business travellers alike with a 24-hour porter service including CCTV providing round-the-clock security.


A flat screen television, home cinema and broadband access ensure that evenings in are as stimulating as the bistros, bars and restaurants that populate the area.

Features
  • Reception
  • Lift
  • Stylishly furnished
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Parking
  • Designated Smoking Area
  • Room Service
  • Laundry & dry cleaning services
  • TV
  • DVD
  • Refrigerator
  • Bar
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Telephone Service
  • Washing Machine

Standard Room Rates

Room-Type Minimum Stay Rate / Night
1 Bedroom 1 From £220.00 per night
2 Bedroom 1 From £285.00 per night
3 Bedroom 7 From £350.00 per night
 

Transport Description:

Marylebone, the area defined roughly by Oxford Street in the south and Euston and Marylebone Roads in the north, is a curious mixture of Edwardian proportions, commercial enterprise, apartment living and discreet stylishness. At the western edge is Marylebone High Street, which somewhat to the dismay of its loyal inhabitants, has in recent years become one of London's premier gastronomic destinations, with a supporting cast of high-quality shops and design stores.

Not far in distance but worlds away from the tourist traps of Madame Tussaud's is Chiltern Street, a little-known thoroughfare with a quirky collection of fine shops. Farther north is Church Street and Alfie's antiques market, home to a host of antique dealers well off the beaten track.

Lovers of classical music will be pleased to have on their doorstep, the prestige-laden Wigmore Hall which stages around 400 recitals a year and acts as a performance platform for the world's most sought-after soloists and chamber musicians.