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"Deluxe townhouse hotel offers 5-Star luxury and individual style"
The Arch London is a luxury lifestyle hotel in Central London. Spanning seven Georgian townhouses and two mews homes, it offers both traditional and contemporary style.
It has 82 individually designed guestrooms decorated with British art, rich fabrics and colours. Sumptuous furnishings and striking wallpapers complement the classic Georgian features, including original sash windows that let in natural light. Standard rooms have a townhouse or mews outlook. They benefit from working desks and are en-suite with rain showers and have air-conditioning. Each room includes free wireless internet access, Nespresso and Jing tea making facilities, complimentary soft drinks minibar, Sky HD package including additional foreign channels, DVD/CD player with access to the hotel DVD library, internet radio with I-Pod dock, US and European adaptors and laptop safe with charging facilities. Amenities include Malin & Goetz products, Babyliss hairdryer, bath pillow, shoe horn and clothes brush.
Superior rooms have a king or queen size bed, en-suite bathrooms - some with invigorating rain showers only, good-size wardrobes and desks as well as the facilities in standard rooms. Deluxe rooms have a king, queen or twin beds, en-suite bathroom with rain shower and state-of-the-art television at the end of the bath. They are air-conditioned and most have larger wardrobes and a good size desk. Executive rooms offer everything the mobile traveller needs, from generous wardrobes to a full work desk. All rooms have king, queen or twin beds, air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms with flat screen TVs in bathrooms. Some rooms benefit from separate study areas or four-poster beds.
Junior suites have a king or queen size bed, sofa and chair and an en-suite bathroom with TV. All junior suites are air conditioned and come with bidets, separate showers, large wardrobes and good size desks. Some have a four-poster bed.
"Enchanting suites full of London charm of bygone days and modern technology"
Several suites take their name from London’s historic telephone dialling codes. The ABBey 222 suite has a four-poster bed, its own courtyard and contemporary kitchenette. The bedroom benefits from a seating area with sofa and chairs, study area, large flat screen television and an additional pop-up TV at the end of the four-poster bed. The courtyard is decorated with Amy Murrell landscape photography. The bathroom includes a separate rain shower, large bath with TV, bidet and two sinks.
CHAncery 242 is on the first floor with high ceilings, full-height windows and dual aspect views across the rooftops. It features a high specification kitchenette, a sitting room, study area and bedroom. Guests will enjoy cutting-edge technology including a Loewe television with blue-ray and surround-sound system and a bathroom with separate rain shower, large bath with TV, a bidet and two sinks.
JUNiper 586 has a courtyard and a sitting room, bedroom and study. This luxury suite has a Loewe television with blue-ray and surround-sound system, enchanting décor and a large opulent bathroom with a separate rain shower, large bath with TV, a bidet and two sinks.
SULlivan 785 has full-height glass doors opening on to a private courtyard. Features include a seating area with sofa and chairs, large flat screen television and an additional pop-up flat screen television hidden at the end of the bed. It also comes with a study area, large bathroom with double rain shower, 1800 bath with a state-of-the-art television, a bidet, two sinks and mirrored dressing area.
"Work out in the convenience of The Arch London’s innovative gym"
The gym is exclusive to guests, 24-hours a day. Situated on the lower ground floor with a vaulted ceiling, it features the latest fitness equipment by Technogym including treadmills, cross trainers, rowers and weights. It also features an area for stretching and Power Plate equipment. Staff can organise personal training sessions and yoga tuition on request. A jogging map of Hyde Park is available from the concierge.
HUNter 486 Brasserie, The Arch London’s bar and restaurant, mixes classic glamour and timeless hospitality for an unforgettable eating and drinking experience. It has several different spaces. 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 Champagne.
With its central location, artistic flair, fine food and exceptional personal service, The Arch London is a great choice for events, from private dinners to cocktail parties and press launches. WHItehall 944 can be dressed and lit in a variety of ways to suit a boardroom style meeting for 20, a theatre-style meeting for 30, a private dinner for 20 or a cocktail reception for 60. The Martini Library is a cosy venue for a cocktail reception or product launch. The Study is a great place to meet friends or conduct an informal business meeting.
Special offers available at the hotel include the Weekend Special with Dinner, for two nights stay with free dinner
The Arch London is on a quiet residential street nearer Marble Arch at the top of Park Lane and a short walk from Selfridges and Hyde Park. The chic boutiques and fashionable attractions of Marylebone, plus the famous shops of Oxford Street and Bond Street are also within easy reach. The nearest Underground station is Marble Arch, on the Central Line. The nearest mainline railway station is Paddington, which offers fast trains to Heathrow Airport and is also on the Underground. Stations in the area are in Travelcard Zone 1. The hotel is inside the Congestion Charge Zone for cars.