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A boutique luxury hotel in Marble Arch
One of the most notable, historic and famous areas in London, Marble Arch is situated on the north east corner of Hyde Park, close to Speakers’ Corner. This dramatic 19th Century triumphal arch was originally designed to be the state entrance to Buckingham Palace and now stands in pride of place just down the road from The Arch Hotel.
Visitors can view this important piece of architecture up close, enjoying the beautiful carvings in the white marble, as designed by iconic British architect John Nash.
The Area around the Marble Arch
As a neighbourhood, the Marble Arch area is fast becoming known as home to some of the world’s most affluent and famous. Situated on the West side of Oxford Street, Marble Arch is a buzzing area seeing huge investment and growth, with new developments being planned all the time.
You needn’t go far to find world class attractions. The Wallace Collection is well worth a visit for lovers of fine art, and afterwards you’ll be spoiled for choice with great places to dine, thanks to a huge selection of restaurants and bars nearby – in addition to The Arch’s wonderful Hunter 486.
Marble Arch is conveniently located where it is easy to reach most of London in a reasonable time. Popular nearby attractions such as Shepherd Market and Oxford Street are just minutes away by train or by taxi. Meanwhile the City of London, otherwise known as the financial district or Square Mile, is a short train journey away.
The main underground station, Marble Arch, is on the Central Line of the London Underground, opening the whole of London to your whim.
Getting to Marble Arch from The Arch hotel
Marble Arch is just a four minute stroll away from The Arch Hotel. Simply turn left on Great Cumberland Place; at the end of the road you’ll see Marble Arch directly opposite.