When it comes to having fun, most travellers will agree that the Madame Tussauds wax museum is one of the best attractions in London, UK. Meeting your favourite celebrities is not something you can experience every day but, while you keep on wishing for it, having your selfie or picture taken with stars like Kim Kardashian or David Beckham, politicians like Obama or Trump, Marvel Heroes, Bollywood film actors and actresses, worldwide-famous youtubers and members of the royal family can truly make up for it in the meantime.
Boasting an enviable location in the Marylebone area, few blocks away from the Sherlock Holmes museum, many public bus and tube lines have stops close to the Madame Tussauds in the United Kingdom. For instance, buses number 13, 18, 27, 74, 39, 205 and 274 will take you there, although you can also ride the Bakerloo, Circle, City, Hammersmith, Metropolitan or Jubilee London tube lines from wherever in London you are and get off at Baker Street station.
In the recent years, Marylebone Road, situated in the Westminster Borough of Greater London, has become a lively area accommodating the trendiest fashion businesses, innovative cafés and restaurants and cosy spaces where locals and visitors gather to work and socialise over a cup of coffee, so why not find accommodation close to the Madame Tussauds in London to stay during your trip? We have selected a few options that have been sorted by star rating –that is, by nightly rate from lower to higher- below.
Hotels near the Madame Tussauds museum: the Marylebone Inn
If you are looking for a budget hotel close to the wax museum in London, UK, this could be your best choice. Within short walking distance of the museum entrance and Baker Street, and only a stroll away from Regent’s Park and the Oxford Street commercial area, this 2-star accommodation in central London offers comfortable rooms with soundproofed windows, tea and coffee facilities, private bathrooms and free WiFi connection available in the entire premises. Units can be of single, double, triple quadruple occupancy, and the rest of London’s main museums and landmarks can be reached after a quick commute. In case you are flying out through Heathrow airport, you will simply need to transfer to the Picadilly line on the tube or take a taxi to Paddington railway station, from which frequent Heathrow Express train services are run.
The Somerset Hotel in London, 3-star accommodation near the Madame Tussauds
Many travellers chose this hotel near the Madame Tussauds London because it stands metres away from Baker Street tube station as well as within short walking distance of a stop from which buses to Luton airport depart. This Georgian building provides well-appointed guest rooms with flat-screen TV, ironing facilities and en suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries. Whether you travel solo, with your partner, with a group of friends or with your family (some units can be arranged to accommodate up to six people), this option is ideal if you want to enjoy everything the city has to offer: museums, theatres, restaurants, shops, cafés and breathtaking sights. Hyde Park, Picadilly Circus and Buckingham Palace lie less than 3 kilometres from the property.
Accommodation in central London: the Regency Hotel Parkside
This 3-star hotel near the Madame Tussauds in Marylebone, London, is our closest recommendation to the famous wax museum and features complimentary WiFi and a daily buffet breakfast –including vegetarian and continental options- for guests, who may stay in their individual, double or family rooms with air conditioning, coffee machine and fully-equipped private bathroom. Luggage storage space and safety deposit boxes are equally available upon request alongside other services at the reception. This spot is ideal to walk or commute to other London’s main sites and attractions, such as the University of Westminster, Trafalgar Square, the British Museum or the O2 Arena.