Chiltern Firehouse

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fromUSD $809*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 1 night stay, from Tue, Oct 24 to Wed, Oct 25. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Marylebone, London

Chiltern Firehouse

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What it is

An 1889 fire station that’s more “lit” than ever, with a five-alarm restaurant scene and 26 Victorian-inspired rooms.

What it isn't

Cold. In-room fireplaces and a warm staff demeanor make this feel more like staying with a wealthy, stylish friend than in another bland hotel.

What we think

The restaurant is still blazingly hot and impossible to book—unless you’re Bono or Bill Clinton—but the Chiltern Firehouse is a hotel, too, with just 26 rooms in a restored Victorian fire station dating to 1889. The accommodations are surprisingly warm and cozy, with custom linens, mahogany beds, and windows that peep out onto the Mews. In the bathrooms, marble flooring, clawfoot tubs and polished mirrors evoke a timeless feeling—in fact, we can even imagine the Queen spending a night here as an escape from Buckingham Palace (if not from the paparazzi).

You're here because

André Balazs created Chiltern—so it has the ineffable cool factor that oozes from the gilded halls of his other properties (say, the Chateau Marmont).

The Moment

When you tuck into your Wiltshire black truffle champagne and chestnut risotto at the Chiltern Firehouse restaurant, your eyes close involuntarily. It feels like a dream, but it isn’t.

Restaurants & Bars

Chiltern Firehouse - contemporary, ingredient-focused cooking, with an underlying American accent.


In London’s buzzy Marylebone neighborhood, two blocks from the Wallace Collection and five from Selfridges.

One Chiltern St Marylebone
London, W1U 7PA
United Kingdom

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