Seymour Street was built around 1769 and named after Henry Seymour, who inherited the Portman Estate. Seymour Street, once home to writer Edward Lear, has junctions with Gloucester Place, Great Cumberland Place, Old Quebec Street and New Quebec Street.
Seymour Street is home to the exclusive Locanda Locatelli Italian restaurant, which is popular with celebrities. This friendly restaurant, situated at 8 Seymour Street, serves a wide variety of traditional Italian dishes, made from the finest sourced ingredients and has an exceptional wine list.
The Leonard Hotel is also located on Seymour Street at number 15. The recently refurbished Leonard Hotel offers 26 individually decorated rooms and suites, in an ideal west London setting close to Baker Street and Oxford Street.
Seymour Street lies 300m north of Hyde Park, close to Marble Arch.
The West London Synagogue, stands 150m north-west of Seymour Street at 34 Upper Berkeley Street.
Seymour Street is situated close to the excellent bus and London Underground services on Baker Street and Oxford Street. Marble Arch Underground Station, which provides Central line services to destinations including Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road, is located 100m south of Seymour Street.
Marylebone Station, which runs both London Underground and National Rail services, can be found 850m north of Seymour Street.
|HOTEL / APARTMENT||POSTCODE||MILES||STAR||21 Feb||22 Feb||23 Feb||24 Feb||25 Feb||26 Feb||27 Feb||28 Feb|
|Marble Arch Station||1||Central||0.13 miles|
|Bond Street Station||1||Central - Jubilee||0.68 miles|
|Marylebone Station||1||Bakerloo||0.91 miles|
|Baker Street Station||1||Hammersmith & City - Metropolitan - Bakerloo - Circle line - Jubilee||0.92 miles|
|Edgware Road Station||1||Hammersmith & City - District - Circle line - Bakerloo||0.97 miles|
|London Marylebone Station||0.91 miles|
|London Paddington Station||1.23 miles|
|London Euston Station||2.33 miles|
|London Victoria Station||2.41 miles|
|Charing Cross London Station||2.52 miles|