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Arch London

Hotel Highlights

  • Boutique hotel set in sumptuously renovated Georgian townhouses close to Marble Arch
  • Artistic touches throughout, including a Champagne Bar featuring designer furniture and work by award-winning illustrator, Sara Fanelli
  • Individually designed rooms with hand-printed wallpaper and original artworks

Arch London - Luxury hotel in London

Winner of Hotel Hero Award – SLH Awards 2017.

Classical yet contemporary, the golden age of hotel glamour is alive at the Arch London. Set in a quiet enclave, but a stone’s throw from London’s most popular sights, it’s the ultimate urban bolthole. the original seven townhouses that make up this boutique retreat date back to the 18th century. But inside, designer touches and prints by rising stars of the art world bring it right up to date. As one of the few remaining family owned and managed hotels in London, the Arch London is known for its warm hospitality and intimate family feel.

Start in the Martini Library, where snug armchairs, fireplaces and bookshelves lend the hotel a sense of timeless luxury. You could order afternoon tea, or opt for a pre-dinner martini. When it’s time for a second, simply press the ‘top-up button’. Or swap cocktails for fine fizz in the vintage surrounds of Le Salon de Champagne. Upstairs, the rooms and suites promise a blissful place to end the day. Expect hand-printed wallpaper and plush furnishings, alongside rainfall showers, Nespresso machines and a complimentary soft drink mini bar. Plus a pillow menu for the perfect night’s sleep.

After breakfast, you couldn’t be better placed to explore the capital’s top attractions. Marble Arch and Hyde Park are a whisper away from the Arch. While the ever-popular Oxford Street and Bond Street are practically on the hotel doorstep.

  • 82 rooms
  • 1 restaurant
  • 6 floors

The rooms

Standard Room

Sleeps: 1 People.

Standard Room offers a restful view over London’s townhouses and mews. Light and airy, each is decorated with bespoke wallpaper and modern furnishings.

Offering a range of amenities to enhance your stay, including a working desk with free Wi-Fi and global adaptors, high definition flat screen TV coupled with a selection of Sky channels, air conditioning and bathrooms with rain showers. The room is approximately 19 square metres large (204 sqft). Double is for sole use.

Superior Room

Sleeps: 2 People.

Superior Rooms offer you additional space in which to relax, with bespoke wallpaper, modern furnishings and British artwork.

They are fitted with a range of amenities to enhance your stay, including a working desk with free Wi-Fi and global adaptors, air-conditioning, HD LCD TV coupled with a selection of Sky channels and bright bathrooms with rejuvenating rain showers or a full bath. The room is approximately 21 square metres large (226 sqft).

Deluxe Room

Sleeps: 2 People.

Contemporary and chic complete with imaginative artwork, Deluxe Rooms offer guests a choice of King, Queen or Twin beds.

All deluxe rooms benefit from luxury traditional comfort and large en-suite bathrooms- majority fitted with a rain shower and bath. State-of-the-art technology allows you to relax in the tub whilst watching your favorite programme on the built in flat screen TV. The room is approximately 25 square metres large (269 sqft).

Executive Room

Sleeps: 3 People.

Unwind and re-charge in our air-conditioned Executive Room, decorated in modern style and featuring elegant prints and warm colours.

Enjoy a spacious wardrobe, a sumptuous bed, a working desk with complimentary Wi-Fi and global adaptors, a luxurious bathroom with rain shower over a full-length bath with built-in flat screen TV. Some rooms benefit from separate study areas. The room is approximately 29 square metres large (312 sqft)

Junior Suite

Sleeps: 2 People.

Retreat to an air-conditioned Junior Suite, each one decorated with the plush fabrics and bold prints typical of The Arch London, while modern artwork adorns the walls.

They offer large wardrobe,a good-sized working desk and bathroom with refreshing rain shower over a full-length bath and built-in flat screen TV. Perfect for families, can be connected. The room is approximately 34 square metres large. (312 sqft).

Executive Junior Suite

Sleeps: 3 People.

Relax in a luxurious Executive Junior Suite, offering plenty of space to unwind after a day in London.

This air-conditioned suite offers imaginative artwork, snug sofa, a large wardrobe and HD flat screen TV including an extensive Sky package and DVD library. The bathroom features a bath with built-in flat screen TV and separate rain shower. They can connect to other room types. The room is approximately 36 square metres large (387 sqft).

Studio Suite

Sleeps: 3 People.

Studio Suites benefits from a four-poster bed or a private courtyard providing a restful atmosphere.

Decorated in keeping with the hotels’ boutique style, imaginative artwork, plush fabrics and bold prints combine for a modern five star experience. These suites also come with a large bathroom featuring an expansive walk-in double rain shower and bath with a built-in television. The room is approximately 44 square metres large (473 sqft).

One Bedroom Suite

Sleeps: 3 People.

One Bedroom Suites perfect for both leisure and business, offer a separate sitting room, study area and peaceful bedroom.

Suite features Loewe television with blu-ray and surround sound system in the bedroom and the sitting room. Sky TV with an extensive Oscar-winning movie library, internet radio, iPod docking station, complimentary Wi-Fi, broadband and global adaptors. The room is approximately 47 square metres large (505 sqft).

Location

NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

  • The best experience close to the hotel is: diving into The Regent’s Park, where you can try everything from trapeze classes to pond dipping. Of course, spanning almost 400 acres, it’s just as lovely for walking the John Nash landscapes, admiring over 400 rose varieties and spotting some of the 100+ species of wild birds.
  • The most unique spot nearby is: Wigmore Hall that holds classical music recital – an alternative to an evening in the West End. The venue is over a century old, making the interiors just as captivating as the performances that happen here.
  • Our hidden gem is: our hotel-wide gallery of works by up-and-coming artists. Take the bedrooms. They feature one-off pieces of art created from wartime love letters between a couple called Maud and Frank.
  • Guests can live like a local by: going along to the curious-sounding ‘Cabbages and Frocks Market’ on a Saturday. Right in the midst of Marylebone Village, within the grounds of St. Marylebone Parish Church, it’s the place to pick up one-of-a-kind trinkets and fashions.
  • Our favourite local restaurant is: a close call. It’s between Michelin-starred Texture, with its Champagne bar and inventive Scandinavian-inspired menus designed to excite all the senses, and L’Autre Pied.
  • Our favourite time of year here is: when the sun comes out and we begin filling quintessential picnic hampers with delicious treats for our guests. Pair them with a soft blanket and the backdrop of Hyde Park, and you have a sublime British summer’s day.
  • There’s no place in the world like: the inside of the Wallace Collection. Its 25 galleries are brimming with Old Master artworks, sculpture and historical artefacts, all within a beautiful London townhouse. Don’t miss the Great Gallery – said to be one of the finest picture galleries in Europe. If the weather is on side, take tea in the courtyard bistro.
  • The most adventurous thing to do near here is: to go boating on The Regent’s Park lake, Wind in the Willows style. Or, discover how zoos aren’t just for children. ZSL London Zoo runs adults-only visitor nights after dark in summer – and it’s a gazelle hop away from The Arch.
  • The best selfie/photo spot nearby is: Hyde Park or the south side of The Regent’s Park during cherry blossom season. No filter needed here in April and May.
  • For a breathtaking view, guests should go to: Brown Hart roof gardens by day. An old electricity substation may not seem that glitzy, but this chic café-bar is a breath of fresh air. Look down at the frenetic Oxford Street shoppers, cappuccino in hand, and enjoy the peace. At night, you can’t beat rooftop cocktail bar, Aqua Spirit, for high-end glamour.
  • The ideal night here would be to: begin with fizz in Le Salon de Champagne, here at The Arch. Then find your way to prohibition-style Purl. More than just cocktails, this speakeasy practices molecular mixology – injecting a dash of drama into its drinks.

Key Features

Air conditioning

Lounges/bars

Exercise gym

Wireless internet connection

Pets allowed

24-hour room service

Check in

1500

Check out

1200

  • 24-hour front desk
  • 24-hour room service
  • 24-hour security
  • Accessible facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Audio visual equipment
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Business Center Services
  • Catering services
  • Children welcome
  • Complimentary coffee in lobby
  • Computer
  • Concierge desk
  • Continental breakfast
  • DVD/video rental
  • Elevators
  • English breakfast
  • Exercise gym
  • Express check out
  • Fax service
  • Fire safety compliant
  • Free high speed internet connection
  • Full service housekeeping
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • High speed internet connection
  • Hotspots
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Incoming fax complimentary
  • Lounges/bars
  • Massage services
  • Meeting rooms
  • Newspaper
  • Per person. This is an approximate cost, please contact the hotel for up to date pricing.
  • Pets allowed
  • Please contact the hotel for further information.
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Safe deposit box
  • Security
  • Storage space
  • Turndown service
  • Wakeup service
  • Wireless internet connection

  • Adaptor available for telephone PC use
  • Air conditioning
  • Air conditioning individually controlled
  • Alarm clock
  • AM/FM radio
  • Bathrobe
  • Bathroom amenities
  • Bathroom telephone
  • Bathtub
  • Bathtub/shower combination
  • Cable television
  • CD player
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Color television
  • Data port
  • Desk
  • Double beds
  • DVD player
  • Ergonomic chair
  • Free newspaper
  • Handicap room
  • High Definition (HD) Flat Panel Televisi
  • Internet access
  • King bed
  • Lighted makeup mirror
  • Minibar
  • Non-smoking
  • Phone in bathroom
  • Private bathroom
  • Remote control television
  • Safe
  • Satellite television
  • Shower
  • Slippers
  • Stereo
  • Telephone
  • Turn down service
  • TV
  • Two-line phone
  • Voice mail
  • Wake-up calls
  • Wireless internet connection

  • Fine dining
  • Museum gallery viewing
  • Sightseeing tours

The décor is elegant, the service warm and the menus fresh and contemporary at Hunter 486. Be sure to try one of the artisan pizzas straight from the hotel’s authentic stone oven. Then there’s Le Salon de Champagne for pre-dinner bubbles or the Martini Library for cocktails afterwards. For an extra-special treat, The Arch can arrange private dining in one of their glamorous rooms.

HUNter 486 Brasserie

Cuisine type: International

Meals served: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

HUNter 486- The Arch Londons bar and restaurant area- demonstrates trendsetting style. Taking its name from the 1950s district dialing code for Marylebone- it mixes classic glamour and timeless hospitality for an unforgettable eating and drinking experience. Each space has its own story to tell. Guests and locals can lounge with a martini in the Library- linger over a delicious meal in the dining area of the open plan kitchen or celebrate with champagne and cocktails at The Bar or Le Salon de

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