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Marylebone

4 Devonshire Street, London W1W 5DX, UK

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4 Devonshire Street, London W1W 5DX, UK

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Building details

Affluent Marylebone has a charm all on its own. Yet it’s a short walk from bustling Oxford Street. You’ll find inspiration from this office space in a stunning listed Georgian building. What’s more, it’s easy to get to from Euston and King’s Cross stations or Regent’s Park tube.

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The Marylebone team has received a score of 9.1 by our clients.

Clients love this building because:

  • Access to social workspace zones.
  • Beautiful Georgian building close to Marylebone High Street.
  • Large board room with wood panelled walls.
  • A short walk from Great Portland St, Regent's Park, Marylebone and Euston.

Excellent facilities and rooms. Super friendly staff, special thank you to Jamie and Ula who have both been absolutely fantastic!

Dr. Adil Sarwar

Transport connections

Nearest Stations

  • Great Portland Street (0.2 miles)
    • Hammersmith & City
    • Circle
    • Metropolitan
  • Regent's Park (0.3 miles)
    • Bakerloo
  • Marylebone (0.9 miles)
  • Euston (0.7 miles)

Building amenities

  • 24/7 Access

    24/7 Access

  • Bespoke Fit-out

    Bespoke Fit-out

  • Break-out Space

    Break-out Space

  • High Speed Internet

    High Speed Internet

  • Kitchen Facilities

    Kitchen Facilities

  • Local IT support

    Local IT support

  • Major Transport Links

    Major Transport Links

  • Meeting Rooms

    Meeting Rooms

  • On-site Security

    On-site Security

  • Showers

    Showers

Plans & pricing

  • Private Office Image

    Private Office

    Starting from £630 pcm

    Your own private, secure office, plus unlimited access to Club Space. For 1-100+ people.

  • Virtual Office Image

    Virtual Office

    Starting from £86 pcm

    An easy way to get a UK business address, mail handling and phone services.

  • Meeting Rooms Image

    Meeting Rooms

    Starting from £37 ph

    Meeting and training rooms available to book by the hour or day.

Technology

  • Internet access

    Fast, reliable and secure Internet Access is included in your license fee. If you require a dedicated line we can provide that, too, in increments of 5Mb. All Landmark buildings are equipped with dual circuits for added resilience.

  • Wireless

    As a Landmark client, you are also provided with a secure and private wireless access to accompany your internet access. Free guest wifi is provided in all Landmark buildings, simply ask reception for the login details.

  • Telephony

    State-of-the-art VoIP Telephony is available with a huge range of features as standard. Additional features such as call recording and call answering are also available, alongside a free call package within inclusive minutes to UK local and national landlines and UK mobiles.

  • Everything else

    We can also provide additional services such as Public Ip Addresses, Secure Rack Space, Analogue Lines and much more.

Client relationship manager

Mona Ul-Hasan

Mona Ul-Hasan

Our professional team is led by Mona, who has come from the gas and power industry and has over 15 years’ experience in customer services. Together with her team she will make a great first impression for your guests and ensure your business runs smoothly.

Available between

8.30am - 6.00pm Monday - Friday

Contact

4 Devonshire Street, London, W1W 5DX

020 3440 5000

The local area

Marylebone

Marylebone has been a fashionable area of London since the 17th century. If you find the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street too overpowering, instead opt for the quieter and elegant Marylebone high street where you can also find first-class eating and drinking destinations.

Iberica Marylebone

Iberica Marylebone

Iberica's flagship restaurant boasts floor to ceiling windows letting plenty of natural light flood in. A very special vibe takes over every evening and the popular bar is always full with locals. It serves classic and modern Spanish-Asturian dishes.

Honey & Smoke

Honey & Smoke

Just around the corner, Honey & Smoke is a dream come true. It's a big, buzzy grill house with enough room for everyone. They serve middle eastern grills such as lamb kofta and chops, whole fish and slow cooked octopus, charred cauliflower and celeriac. Cocktails and slushies are also on offer.

The Albany

The Albany

Rich in history, The Albany was originally named after the Piccadilly apartments that have provided a secretive refuge for some of London’s elite for more than 200 years. Dog-friendly with traditional wood-panelled bar and leather upholstery.

The Masons Arms

The Masons Arms

Located on the opposite corner of Landmark Marylebone is the Mason's Arms, a wood-panelled, 19th century pub with etched mirrors, serving cask ales, English and Thai cuisine. Outdoor seating is available in warmer months.

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig lends its origin to the 1920’s Prohibition Era: 'Lucky' based on the notorious American mobster 'Lucky Luciano,' and 'Pig' a nod towards the Blind Pig watering holes where people gathered during the ban for hedonistic evenings of illicit drinking.

Green Man

Green Man

A contemporary British pub with a classic menu and screens available for watching sport. Cocktails are on offer as well as real ales and an extensive wine list. The atmosphere is casual and cosy.

London Zoo

London Zoo

London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. In 1831 or 1832, the animals of the Tower of London menagerie were transferred to the zoo's collection. It was eventually opened to the public in 1847.

Regent's Park

Regent's Park

Take refuge in Regent's Park, one of the Royal Parks of London. It lies within north-west London, partly in the City of Westminster and partly in the London Borough of Camden. It contains Regent's University London and the London Zoo.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since they first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was. There are many reasons for its enduring success, but at the heart of it all is good, old-fashioned curiosity.

Where to Eat

Iberica Marylebone

Iberica Marylebone

Iberica's flagship restaurant boasts floor to ceiling windows letting plenty of natural light flood in. A very special vibe takes over every evening and the popular bar is always full with locals. It serves classic and modern Spanish-Asturian dishes.

Honey & Smoke

Honey & Smoke

Just around the corner, Honey & Smoke is a dream come true. It's a big, buzzy grill house with enough room for everyone. They serve middle eastern grills such as lamb kofta and chops, whole fish and slow cooked octopus, charred cauliflower and celeriac. Cocktails and slushies are also on offer.

The Albany

The Albany

Rich in history, The Albany was originally named after the Piccadilly apartments that have provided a secretive refuge for some of London’s elite for more than 200 years. Dog-friendly with traditional wood-panelled bar and leather upholstery.

Where to Drink

The Masons Arms

The Masons Arms

Located on the opposite corner of Landmark Marylebone is the Mason's Arms, a wood-panelled, 19th century pub with etched mirrors, serving cask ales, English and Thai cuisine. Outdoor seating is available in warmer months.

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig lends its origin to the 1920’s Prohibition Era: 'Lucky' based on the notorious American mobster 'Lucky Luciano,' and 'Pig' a nod towards the Blind Pig watering holes where people gathered during the ban for hedonistic evenings of illicit drinking.

Green Man

Green Man

A contemporary British pub with a classic menu and screens available for watching sport. Cocktails are on offer as well as real ales and an extensive wine list. The atmosphere is casual and cosy.

What to Do

London Zoo

London Zoo

London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. In 1831 or 1832, the animals of the Tower of London menagerie were transferred to the zoo's collection. It was eventually opened to the public in 1847.

Regent's Park

Regent's Park

Take refuge in Regent's Park, one of the Royal Parks of London. It lies within north-west London, partly in the City of Westminster and partly in the London Borough of Camden. It contains Regent's University London and the London Zoo.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since they first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was. There are many reasons for its enduring success, but at the heart of it all is good, old-fashioned curiosity.

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