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London Crawford Street
Located in the heart of Marylebone, London Crawford Street NCP is ideally located for anyone visiting this beautiful part of the capital, whether it’s for business or pleasure. Marylebone is typified by majestic, Georgian houses, wide and open streets and an eclectic range of excellent bars and restaurants. It’s also the home of the celebrity hotspot, the Chiltern House, a boutique hotel launched by Andre Balazs. Shopping opportunities in the more affluent parts tends to consist of high-end jewellers and tailors. Head towards the Edgeware Road and you’ll find things get more diverse, with Turkish food markets rubbing shoulders with small, independent retailers and a selection of the usual high-street brands. Parking in London can be a real challenge, so beat the crowds and pre-book your space at the London Crawford Street NCP for convenient, hassle-free parking in the capital.
The Landmark Hotel Parking
One of London’s most iconic hotels, you’ll find the Landmark Hotel just a four-minute walk from the London Crawford Street NCP. This hotel has hosted celebrities, royalty and dignitaries since the Victorian era. With elegant rooms, an outstanding health club, award winning bar and restaurant, and conference rooms, it’s no wonder that the Landmark has become synonymous with the word ‘luxury’.
Crawford Street Shopping Parking
Crawford Street is one of London’s most exciting places to shop and, with the London Crawford Street NCP slap-bang in the middle of it, you’ll only have a few steps to carry your bags once your retail therapy session is over. Because Crawford Street is part of the fondly-named ‘Marylebone Village’, you’ll find fewer high street shops and more independent stores that you might expect to find in a small town. Newsagents rub shoulders with printers and interior designers, while high-end furniture shops might sit next to a florist or tailor.
Edgeware Road Shops and Restaurants Parking
The Edgeware Road is well known for its Middle Eastern flavour. Walk the five minutes from the London Crawford Street NCP car park and you’ll find Lebanese restaurants, Turkish grocers, Shisha cafés billowing with perfumed smoke, and a range of clubs and bars that stay open into the small hours.
Marylebone Train Station Parking
Just five minutes from the London Crawford Street NCP, Marylebone Train Station is the capital’s youngest mainline train station. It was built in 1899, linking London to Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham. It also serves the Bakerloo line of London’s underground train network.