Every year hundreds of thousands of visitors visit London to experience its regal charm, history, culture and the metropolitan. Out of the many attractions that compete for the attention of these tourists there are a few things are surely must do activities. Marylebone Stroll is definitely one of them.
Although not as well known as places such as Notting Hill, Regent’s Park, Selfridges or Hoxton, it is still endowed with the resplendent charm gracing areas such as these in the city. It is in fact a residential area that is populated by some of the most affluent people in the country and the houses here are built in the majestic and beautiful Edwardian townhouse style. Yet, despite their grand outlook they still remain as single-family households.
The area is absolutely unmatched when it comes to expertly catering to the highly fashionable and comparatively snooty. Yet no matter what one’s “standing” in society, there are a number of beautiful cafes and restaurants as well as boutiques where one can do a bit of shopping in to sample a taste of the “good life” and totally indulge in life’s little treats. It is possible to shop for a number of assorted goodies sure to please the palate and mind such as sweet treats, attire for young children, beautifully decorated cakes, and even organic food. Some of these shops offer ornate furniture, staircases, and a further assortment of charming bits and bobs that they are worth visiting even only for the architecture, interior decorating and the ancient but well-maintained surrounds.
The Marylebone stroll is definitely a must-do activity for any traveller staying at a central London hotel whether they are in this magical city on business or on pleasure. For the busy bee executive, this is a great way to unwind and relax and pamper oneself with a bit of shopping or even go for a dinner out with friends. For the tourists staying at a London luxury hotel such as the Metropolitan London it is a great way to indulge in fancy shopping and living the high life in the historic surrounds of London.
Angela Fernando is an impassioned travel writer who composes pieces under the pen name Sumaira Narayan. She loves writing about new and exciting places around the world and hopes to visit them all someday. Google+