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Hotels in Marble Arch London

A quiet, upscale west London neighborhood with a spectacular location, Marble Arch is named for a Cararra-marble monument that stands at the intersection of Oxford Street, Park Lane, and Edgware Road, almost directly opposite Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park.


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Best Western Mostyn Hotel
Marble Arch, Bryanston Street, London, W1H 7BY
If you book online, only the three suites here fall into the £££ range; this is otherwise a very economical choice in a great part of town. Rooms are comfortable and quiet, furnishings are updated versions of traditional Victorian pieces, and breakfast is not included in the room rates.

Cumberland Hotel
Great Cumberland Place, London, W1H 7DL
In this huge, 1,000-room hip luxury hotel, the lobby is a trippy, modern art gallery and the main, Modern French restaurant is Michelin-starred. One of the on-site bars is an industrial, artistic space that feels like a nightclub from the future, and one unique suite is a rainbow paean to former resident Jimi Hendrix. All rooms feature modern furnishings, comfy beds and a decent amount of space.

Radisson Edwardian Sussex Hotel
Granville Place, London, W1H 6PA
A boutique hotel with 101 rooms (but only one suite), ideal for couples and small groups of friends. Rooms range from simple and airy to romantic and sumptuous. There’s a small fitness room, free wi-fi, an informally elegant European restaurant and a cozy lounge bar with leather couches, as well as sexy snacks and cocktails.

Thistle Marble Arch
Bryanston Street, London, W1H 7EH
An elegantly updated Art Deco hotel with a dramatic marble-and-stained glass lobby and nearly 700 of the largest air-conditioned rooms in the city. There are a full range of room sizes, including family rooms that sleep 3 or 4. There’s an executive lounge and on-site fitness center, as well as a lounge for afternoon tea, a 1930s-style British carvery restaurant, and a bar named for American big band leader Glenn Miller.

The Churchill
30 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BH
A 5-star Hyatt Regency hotel with a wide array of room sizes, all updated and outfitted with comfortable beds. One restaurant serves traditional British cuisine in an elegant, light-fulled dining room — as well as a few fireside afternoon teas — and the other, Northern Italian cuisine. The wood-paneled bar feels a bit like a men’s private club that allows women and serves a full array of whiskeys, wines and snacks.

The Arch London
50 Great Cumberland Place, London, W1H 7FD
This 82-room hotel occupies nearly a city block’s worth of Georgian townhouses, and offers special details like Victorian bay windows and custom, hand-painted wallpapers, as well as state-of-the-art electronics. The hotel’s popular Modern British restaurant, HUNter486, features a martini bar, fireplace and open kitchen.


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