Just moments away from Oxford Street, Marylebone is an oasis of calm in busy central London with stylish boutiques, 18th century buildings and some of the most delicious restaurants in London.
With such a variety of choice in restaurants, here are our top 6 private dining rooms in Marylebone. Make sure you keep your eyes peeled for Marylebone’s famous residents who frequent many of these restaurants. Get in touch with the Villiers’ venue finding team today to discuss your next occasion. Find out more on Villiers venue finding, and private dining.
Elegant French cuisine at one of the D&D’s finest restaurants that sets an impeccably high standard both in food and service. Each plate is perfectly orchestrated to be beautiful and delicious, the perfect oasis from the busy streets of London. After your meal enjoy a spectacular cocktail on the stunning terrace or, perhaps try one of the delicious wines from the award-winning wine list. Even go to Orrery for an informal wine tasting in their private dining room hosted by a guest speaker or the head sommelier.
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2) The Landmark
One of London’s most sought out private dining rooms, the Tower Suite looks out onto the original clock tower in Landmark London. A truly beautiful room that will enchant anyone, and just a stones throw from Marylebone Station.
3) The Harcourt
A Grade II listed building in affluent Marylebone, each of its private dining rooms beautiful and unique. Serving up traditional Scandinavian cuisine and Swedish single malt whisky that can be tasted within The Whisky Room, which is a traditional room said to represent the Scandinavian culture of hygge. The White Room is a large private dining room with warm yellow walls adorned with gold and velvet furnishings. The last private dining room is the Black Room which is contemporary and intimate with black walls and vibrant art work.
4) Home House
Home House is an incredibly exclusive private members club that provides an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary depending on which room you find yourself in. A space for ladies and gentlemen to unwind, surrounded by the most lavish luxuries, perfect for a whole variety of occasions. Elements of Home House look like a museum or a home of royalty, and what could be better than to dine as a royal? A place where you and your guests will instantly feel at home.
5) The Marylebone
A breath of fresh air in London, the sophisticated and modern style of the Marylebone Hotel ensures guests always return. The bold prints, and colourful furnishings carefully curated by a team of local designers and features art from the Rebecca Hossack Gallery. Head to the Blue Room for a bright and spacious private dining room complete with vibrant blue walls and soft furnishings. After the meal, step out for a cocktail in the courtyard.
For a more informal experience in private dining, Vinoteca’s buzzing atmosphere and exquisite menus are sure to provide a fantastic evening. Vinoteca is inspired by the Italian and Spanish wine bars and serves up delicious food and a vast choice of perfectly paired wines. And why not try one of their spectacular cocktails this summer?
Get in touch today to discuss private dining options for your next occasion. If Marylebone isn’t for you, then why not take a look at our top private dining picks in the West End, Chelsea and The City.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL