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London Hotel - The ArchNamed after the nearby London landmark to the south, The Arch London is an elegant 82 bedroom townhouse hotel on Great Cumberland Place built inside seven Georgian Grade II listed buildings and two mews houses. The hotel has smart and individually styled bedrooms, splashes of contemporary London art throughout, the latest in entertainment technology, friendly and personal service and an intimate destination bar and restaurant offering, HUNter 486, with a Martini Library.

Set back from the hubbub of the West End, The Arch London is located in a quiet residential area just 2 blocks from Selfridges and Hyde Park and a ten minute walk from the shopping areas of Marylebone High Street and Bond Street. Restored original features are visible in all areas of the building where classic English heritage meets contemporary interior.

Bedrooms, Suites + Guest Areas

The Arch London’s 82 individually designed guest rooms (Standard, Superior, Deluxe, Executive) are spread over six floors and include nine suites, three of which have an outdoor terrace. The combination of Georgian architecture, traditional features, black and white artwork and bright, luxurious wallpaper gives each room its own character.

London Hotel - The Arch - BedroomAll hotel guests rooms are serviced twice daily and have complimentary access to a Sky HD package with sports and movies, internet radio with over 18,000 channels, a CD/DVD player with in-house film library featuring the ‘Best Oscar’ movie from each of the last 50 years, an iPod docking station and wireless internet. Refreshments include complimentary soft drinks from the mini bar, a selection of fine Jing Teas with Jing Teaware and coffees made from a Nespresso machine. Guests can also take advantage of 24 hour room, reception and concierge services.

Commissioned artwork is on display throughout The Arch London showcasing emerging British talent. On the ground floor in the lobby, corridors and study, vibrant installations deliberately punctuate formal spaces created by the Georgian architecture.

HUNter 486 Bar and Restaurant

London Hotel - Arch - LibraryHUNter 486, The Arch London’s destination bar and restaurant offering on the ground floor, takes its name from the 1950s district dialling code for Marylebone.

HUNter 486 is made up of two main areas. The first is the Martini Library at HUNter 486 with two period stone fireplaces, tall book cases and hand woven rugs. The second is the open plan Kitchen and Dining Room at HUNter 486 with leather banquettes and rustic refectory tables; the Cocktail Bar at HUNter 486 has a pewter top bar, Philippe Starck bar stools and a pressed tin ceiling and the Salon de Champagne at HUNter 486 a semi circular floor to ceiling banquette under a hand painted Champagne graffiti ceiling by award winning illustrator, Sara Fanelli (Sara Fanelli’s work includes commissions from Tate Modern and the New York Times).


The Arch London
50 Great Cumberland Place
Marble Arch

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