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- 98%Local Culture
- 52%Business Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%History Buffs
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (33)
- Marble ArchMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Feb 03, 2013
he arch was designed in 1825 by John Nash as ceremonial entrance to the courtyard of the new Buckingham Palace, which he was then rebuilding from the former Buckingham House. The palace, as designed by Nash, was laid out around three sides of the courtyard., with the Marble Arch placed on its open, eastern side
- Marble ArchSep 17, 2012
Marble Arch is a white marble monument, like a small Arc de Triumph, that now stands in the middle of the large traffic island at the western end of Oxford Street where it joins Park Lane. Originally designed to be a gatehouse for Buckingham Palace, in was moved to it's current location in 1851.
- Marble ArchFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Very glamorous hotel in a really great location.This hotel is lovely for special occasions such as anniversary or valentines.the menu is amazing you really can't miss out on sampling the wonderful delights cooked by very talented chefs.they serve classic British dishes and some continental dishes.The room was simply divine with brightly coloured decor.I love the very classy background music played gently in the sitting rooms creating a very relaxing atmosphere.The room had a stylish nespresso coffee machine and a laptop safe which came in really handy for my laptop as it is kept safe and I didn't have to worry about it.The breakfast is a really iced cooked breakfast or you can have cereal or fruit if you wish.