Welcoming Back Indoor Dining, Leisure And More
14 May 2021
We’re so excited to have even more of the Quarter’s indoor dining, leisure and hospitality options back open from today.
Hotels have opened their doors to all, with several offering great deal packages to help you enjoy a London staycation in style whether you’re after the elegance of Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill or the designer convenience of Z Hotels on Gloucester Place.
For all the Quarter’s hotels, head to our website Directory and filter by Hotel.
While many of the Quarter’s restaurants opened outdoor dining areas on 12 April, it’s great to have the full wealth of options reopening, with the likes of Wagamama on Wigmore Street and Bill’s on Baker Street opening their doors, Chiltern Firehouse back for indoor dining and with rooms available, Roti Chai, Trishna and many more. We’re also pleased to have several of the Quarter’s much-loved pubs back, including the Barley Mow and The Union.
Your support of the well-loved retail, leisure and hospitality in the Quarter will really help to bring back the vitality of the area. And, to help the area flourish even more we’re also working with partners across London to promote Marylebone so that those from further afield can enjoy and explore what there is to offer too. You may have seen the Mayor of London launch the Lets Do London campaign last week, which we’re proud to support. Essentially, the campaign seeks to remind day trippers and overnighter visitors to experience London and focusses on the rich and diverse choice of things to do in the city. Promoting our area is a key priority for us and we’ll keep you updated on our other area promotion campaigns as they launch and how you can support them.
In the meantime, why not make the most of the smaller crowds yourself by booking an activity you’ve always been meaning to do but never get around to doing! One of London’s most popular tourist attractions, Madame Tussauds reopens on 17 May, and you can book tickets online in advance to get 10% off your visit. Everyman Cinema on Baker Street is returning on 17 May too; to find out what’s on and book tickets, visit their website.
We look forward to welcoming the Wallace Collection back on Thursday 3 June, as the museum has used the time away to complete works on the building.
With indoor exercise classes returning too, we can now enjoy the full range of options in the Quarter, from sessions at KOBOX, BXR London and DW Fitness First to group dance lessons at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio.
For even more inspiration, head to our website Directory.