Marble Arch is located in Central London in the W1 postal zone. Hotels in Marble Arch range from budget to five star. You should also consider hotels in Paddington which borders Marble Arch to the west and also hotels near Oxford Street which borders to the east.
If you want a cheap London hotel near to Marble Arch then we have the perfect choice. Have a look at the Edward Lear Hotel, Marble Arch, with so many positive guest reviews this no frills hotel offers clean accommodation, cooked breakfast and sky sports all in the one price. There is even free email from the PC in the lounge.
If your budget allows, then have a look at the world class Cumberland Hotel, a deluxe hotel near to Marble Arch, in fact you can see it from the front bedrooms. This newly refurbished hotel has a multitude of restaurants and bars and quite often offers great prices. The Gary Rhodes W1 Restaurant is located in the Cumberland Hotel serving Michelin Star rated food.
Looking for a more traditional hotel in Marble Arch London? Then have a look at the Leonard Hotel which is located in four converted London townhouses.
Other hotels near Marble Arch that you may wish to consider include the Marble Arch Inn, a relatively new bed and breakfast getting great client reviews, the Montcalm Hotel London, a full blown 5 star deluxe hotel near Marble Arch. The Best Western Mostyn Hotel and the Thistle Marble Arch Hotel are also good hotels near to Marble Arch and Edgeware Road.
Marble Arch Guide
Named after the Marble Arch that was once the original gate of Buckingham Palace, now moved the north east corner of Hyde Park at the top of Oxford Street and standing on top of this tube station. There are three small rooms inside the arch that were used as a police station for over 150 years until 1950, first for the royal constables of the Park and later the Metropolitan Police.
Marble Arch is served by the Central Line, a busy but efficient line stretching from far west London right into leafy Essex via the major Liverpool Street interchange and four stops on Oxford Street alone.
This area of Hyde Park is home to Speakers Corner, an in famous seat of free - and often very free-form - speech for 150 years, and alive with soapbox firebrands every Sunday morning.
Situated at the upmarket west end of Oxford Street, there's many excellent restaurants in the area serving visiting diplomats in the embassies around Grosvenor Square as well as discerning culinary tourists, and local landmark Selfridges is one of a wealth of world-class designer retailers around the Bond Street area of Oxford Street.
This shopping mecca is also home to huge flagship branches of high street favourites like Borders, Top Shop, Nike, HMV, Primark and many more.
Marble Arch is a great launching point for an expedition into Hyde Park, its myriad delights including boating lakes, rose garden walks, horse riding, monuments and attractions all the year round, from large scale summer concerts to the winter wonderland that is the annual Christmas market.
Marble Arch: Tube (underground)
|Marble Arch Station
|Bond Street Station
||Central - Jubilee
|Baker Street Station
||Hammersmith & City - Metropolitan - Bakerloo - Circle line - Jubilee
|Edgware Road Station
||Hammersmith & City - District - Circle line - Bakerloo