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The Chiltern Firehouse Detail
The Chiltern Firehouse is situated in the core of London’s Marylebone and is situated where once Chiltern station stood, dating from 1889. Additionally, it is deliberately reestablished by hotelier André Balazs, Chiltern Firehouse joins the assortment of bespoke lavish lodgings that incorporate the iconic Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, the eminent Mercer restaurant in New York and the regular Sunset Beach on Shelter Island.
Besides, Chiltern Firehouse offers 26 carefully arranged rooms and suites with working chimneys and restrooms that give a brush of fabulous family life logical to the notable appeal of the structure. Further, every visitor at the firehouse is taken care of by an individual attendant, giving magnificent degrees of keen and credible help more reminiscent of a private house than a hotel.