Great Marlborough Street, Central London
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Great Marlborough Street can be found in the chic and trendy Soho district of central London. The history of the street dates back to the 18th century and while it was once a fashionable place to live it has now become a more commercial area. Many people will know Great Marlborough Street from Monopoly the English board game, although it is referred to simply as Marlborough Street on the Monopoly board. Plenty of exciting attractions and places of interest are close to Great Marlborough Street, including a range of art galleries. For those looking for historical attractions, Liberty of London, the Handel House Museum and All Souls Church Langham Place are within easy reach.
Great Marlborough Street is mainly a commercial area, with a variety of businesses that have taken offices to rent in the area as well as retail units. Sony Computer Entertainment has its European Headquarters on the street and London Studios is situated here too. A variety of large retailers can be found on Great Marlborough Street as well as a number of smaller retailers and businesses. Marketing consultants, recruitment agencies, advertising agencies and PR consultants are among the professionals that operate from Great Marlborough Street.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will be able to enjoy all sorts of entertainment around Great Marlborough Street. The London Palladium is literally a minute’s walk away, while a variety of theatres, comedy clubs and live music venues can be easily reached on foot. Dining out here is a wonderful experience as there is so much choice right on the doorstep. In addition to a range of delis and cafes, you will find a wealth of fine dining establishments offering cuisine from all around the world, including Japanese, French, Asian and American.
Oxford Circus is the closest tube station to Great Marlborough Street with Piccadilly Circus and Tottenham Court Road stations fighting for the position of second closest. If you require mainline services, both Charing Cross and Euston overground stations are within a one mile radius. Drivers will appreciate the secure car parking facilities that are in the immediate vicinity. Bus services and taxis are both easily accessible from Great Marlborough Street.