As predictable as the weather itself, London's nightlife is always looking for something fun, flavorful, and flashy. In 2013, hotel mogul André Balazs tossed his hat into the ring by taking over the old Marylebone Fire Station.
Though completely gutted and redesigned for a high-end crowd, the Neo-Gothic architecture provided the perfect elements to highlight the modern hotel and swanky New York-style brasserie. Civilians and celebrities alike are escorted through a garden courtyard by top-hatted doormen to their tables where they can order an array of delicious American cuisine.
Breakfast, grilled meats, salads, and fresh seafood are plentiful in the five-star hotel restaurant. But be ready to pay up because this level of luxury doesn't come cheap.
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