5 ways to celebrate the Coronation of His Majesty the King

Searching for places in London to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III over the bank holiday weekend? Look no further than Marylebone Village.

Located near historic landmarks like Marble Arch, and a short walk from Buckingham Palace, Marylebone Village is home to an impressive collection of independent fashion and lifestyle brands and over 50 places to eat and drink - a quintessentially British hidden gem in the heart of London.

Explore the streets of Marylebone Village for the perfect Instagram shot
From 20th April visit Marylebone Village to see the colourful display of Union Jack bunting and Coronation banners. Wander down Marylebone High Street, Marylebone Lane and Moxon Street to capture the red, blue and white national colours overhead, and pass by quintessentially British themed window displays from retailers celebrating the weekend festivities.

When shopping over the weekend, pick up a free Coronation postcard located in retail stores to commemorate this memorable moment in British history.
Wine and dine like a Royal
It’s great to see so many Marylebone Village brands unveil limited edition coronation themed collections in celebration of the Coronation. Whether you're throwing a street party or curling up on the sofa to watch the royal affair on the TV, stock up on plenty of royal treats to create a feast fit for a King.

Bayley & Sage will be selling a limited-edition cheese called ‘Kings Blue’ by English cheesemakers Hartington Cheese, and an array of English sparkling wines to cheers the new monarch.

For those with a sweet tooth, delve into deliciousness with Rococo Chocolate's 20 quintessentially British Ganaches, Truffles and Pralines, all wrapped beautifully in Union Jack decorated boxes.

If you’re hosting a street party, make your way to The Ginger Pig to pick up a handful of their celebratory pork pies and show-stopping meats.
Indulge in a regal afternoon tea
Located on Marylebone Lane underneath the celebratory bunting, you will find 108 Brasserie. To mark the momentous occasion, feast on their recently launched afternoon tea designed with a twist of creativity from their talented pastry chefs. Its impressive collection of sandwiches, scones and macaroons takes inspiration from the colours and flavours of quintessential classics.

Not only is their afternoon tea fit for the ultimate regal experience, but their specially created ‘Gardens of England’ cocktail menu, inspired by the King’s love for sustainability, is one not to miss. The cocktails are shaken up using British spirits and zero-waste produce.
Dress like a Royal
For those looking for the perfect summer street party outfit, pick up something worthwhile from one of Marylebone Village’s royal warrant holders. Known for quality, John Smedley are selling a limited edition knit jumper, with the wool sourced from The Duchy of Cornwall (a private estate established in 1337 which funds the public, charitable, and private activities of the Prince of Wales and his family).

For the ladies, stop by independent British clothing labels, such as O Pioneers, for the ultimate flattering floral dresses, crafted in floral Liberty fabrics.

Keep your feet comfortable over the long weekend with Joseph Cheaney & Sons timeless leather shoes for both men and women that are made in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside.
Enjoy a hotel stay fit for a King
For those visiting London especially for the celebrations, or perhaps those that fancy a treat, book a room at The Marylebone Hotel, a short walk from the hustle and bustle of Bond Street, Mayfair and Harley Street. The 5* hotel offers guests luxury bedrooms and suites, including the London Suites with private terraces and views across the capital, perfect for soaking up the Coronation atmosphere!