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A Luxury Hotel Close to Wimbledon Tennis Club
The home of Championship Tennis is less than one hour away by car from the Arch London.
Our boutique townhouse hotel near Wimbledon is waiting to welcome you after watching championship tennis. We have a variety of hotel suites suitable for a leisure stay such as the Junior or Executive Junior suite. Each suite has been refurbished to include plush fabrics, hand-made wallpaper and modern artwork throughout the room.
Both the Junior and Executive Junior suite include a rainfall shower. The ensuite has a built-in flat screen TV to catch up on the news while you get ready or for some entertainment during a night time bath.
Wimbledon Hotel Offers
Treat yourself to a luxury Wimbledon hotel offer at our 5-star hotel in Marylebone. The Celebration Stay Package includes a bottle of champagne on arrival, a hamper prepared by our head chef and a full English breakfast served in bed.
During the week of Wimbledon, our restaurant will have a Wimbledone themed afternoon tea at Hunter 486. The afternoon tea will include a choice of teas, coffees and champagnes.
5-star Amenities at the Arch London
Our five-star hotel has a variety of amenities such as a gym, Hunters 486 restaurant and a minibar in your hotel suite. The minibar includes complimentary water, juices and soft drinks.
Hunter 486 is our signature restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our inviting, casual atmosphere is open to both hotel guests and the public who can enjoy a ‘best of British’ menu. In 2018, Hunter 486 won the Dinners Choice Award.
Some FAQs about Wimbledon Tennis Club
Tube stop for Wimbledon Tennis Club
The District line is the best tube line to get to Wimbledon Tennis Club. The Wimbledon Park tube stop is twenty-five minutes from All England Lawn Tennis Club Centre Court.
The District line is accessible from Paddington Station or Edgware Road Station. The Arch London is a seventeen-minute walk to Paddington Station or eleven minutes to Edgware Road Station on Chapel Street.
Fun facts about Wimbledon Tennis Club
- The longest match ever played at Wimbledon was over three days in 2010. John Isner and Nicolas Mahut went five sets. The final score was 6-4, 3-6, 6-7 (7), 7-6 (3), 70-68.
- In 1877, the All England Lawn Tennis Club held the first Wimbledon Championship.
- The Wimbledon tournament was suspended during the first and second World War.
- 2007 was the first time that female winner received the cash prize as the male winner. Venus Williams and Roger Federer won both singles titles in 2007.