Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is located in Marylebone, in the heart of London’s West End, moments from Oxford Street and Marble Arch. The city’s top cultural attractions and unbeatable shopping are all steps away
Housing works collected in the 18th and 19th centuries by five generations of a British aristocratic family, old master paintings, stunning decorative arts and world-class armouries are on show in this historic London town house in Marylebone. Free entry.
Discover independent labels, ateliers and specialist stores in this upmarket, village-like neighbourhood, clustered around Marylebone High Street and smaller side streets. Highlights include Cadenhead’s, a specialist whiskey shop, Cire Trudon, the world’s oldest candle maker, Daunt Books, an original Edwardian bookshop and William Crabtree & Sons, a bespoke tailoring house. Marylebone farmer’s market takes place every Sunday.
Probably the best-known shopping street in all of London, Oxford Street packs in the best high-street brands and department stores, with well-known flagship stores stretching from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road.
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Voted the best department store in the world, Selfridges on Oxford Street is a shopping destination in its own right. Offering everything from high-end fashion to jewellery, Selfirdges promises a luxury shopping experience and is renowned for the creative art installations in its window displays.
Children can let their imaginations soar at the Diana, Princess of Wales’ Memorial Playground, inspired by the Peter Pan stories, where a huge wooden pirate ship forms the playground’s centrepiece. Located in Hyde Park, families can also enjoy swimming, boating, cycling, tennis, and horseback riding.
Smart, Michelin-starred Italian restaurant by celebrity chef Giorgio Locatelli promising an imaginative take on classic Italian cuisine, with an extensive wine list and notable breads. Located within Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill.
Hosting national and international football matches and rugby league's Challenge Cup final, Wembley Stadium is also well known for holding major events, including music concerts, private conferences and wedding ceremonies.
Visit 300-year old Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and national treasure situated in the charming Cotswolds. A fairytale setting often used as a film location, this grand stately home was the birthplace of Winston Churchill. Explore landscaped gardens and lavish staterooms, while children will delight in the traditional hedge maze.
Swap the city for the idyllic Kent countryside and stroll the grounds of Chartwell House, a National Trust property and former family home of Sir Winston Churchill with over 80 acres of woodland, farmland, and a 20th century flower garden that blooms year-round.
Just 46 minutes by train from London Marylebone, Bicester Village is a world-class luxury shopping destination in Oxfordshire that is home to more than 160 outlets of leading brands including luxury goods and designer clothing offering year-round discounts.