With six reception rooms, elegant interconnecting ground floor lounges and the beautiful Drawing Room at your disposal, The Marylebone isn't short of chic spaces to host you and your guests for a private event or dinner. When it comes to the latter particularly, The Marylebone is an excellent choice of venue - the hotel is easy to get to thanks to it's prime Central London location, and with spacious guest rooms, suites, roof terraces and event spaces, the hotel can accomodate private dinners for up to 80 guests at a time.
There are plenty of venue options here, from the chic, contemporary Long Rooms, to the striking Blue Rooms, and the elegant Library, with it's soft green colour palette, open fire and oak panelled walls. Those hoping for lunch or dinner al fresco should check out the Courtyard - a 73 square metre secluded terrace, sheltered from the humdrum of the outside world by a walled garden. At night, fairy lights illuminate the space, and the open fire gives the space a cosy vibe.
Also popular is Number Six, a private space at The Marylebone that boasts a private entrance, as well as a bar, lounge, and views of some of Marylebone's prettiest period properties. From there, guests can move into the Palm Room for dinner.
These are just a few of the private dining spaces tucked away in The Marylebone. Food, meanwhile, comes from 108 Brasserie & Bar, which has a number of set menus for private dining functions. Menus are ordered by price point, with dishes including smoked salmon with Guinness brown bread, seared Isle of Skye scallops with coriander and chorizo crumb, lobster tortellini with confit fennel and shellfish bisque, and warm black cherry bakewell with cherry ripple ice cream.