Short Stay: The Arch London – Hotel Review

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The dog-friendly property supplies its canine guests with plush dog beds, bowls, doggie treats, and delicious food cooked to order. Unfortunately, transatlantic travel wasn’t really possible for FBT’s corporate bowser, Snickers, but the offering was nonetheless appreciated.


A large writing desk with easily accessible outlets was paired with a comfortable ergonomic chair, making for a comfortable workspace.

Complimentary Internet access was fast and without any service interruptions during our stay.

In addition to a private dining room, the property has several event spaces including Whitehall 944, which can seat 36, and the Martini Library, which can accommodate 50 guests for a reception, and the Study, a cozier room suitable for groups of six or fewer.



Hunter 486, which takes its name from the original dialing code for the Marylebone area, serves up British classic fare, including a smashing full English Breakfast, and satisfying entrées for lunch and dinner. While what I first ordered, the risotto, was iffy, the waiter immediately noticed and offered me the opportunity to order something else and the fish and chips were truly delightful.

The restaurant also serves Afternoon Tea, although our schedule didn’t allow time to indulge.


The Arch London is a hidden gem, with a warm and friendly staff eager to please, superb accommodations, and offers visitors the opportunity to find a soothing retreat in the big city.


The Arch London
50 Great Cumberland Place
Marble Arch, London, W1H 7FD
Tel. +44 (0)207 724 4700

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