Perfectly situated in the fashionable and trendy streets of Marylebone just a short stroll from Marble Arch and bustling Oxford Street, The Arch is a 5-star family owned boutique hotel which sets the standard for luxury and top notch hospitality. Sprawling across seven Georgian townhouses and two mews houses, The Arch’s period details are the perfect match for the stylish and opulent contemporary design. The bedrooms are individually designed with hand printed wallpaper, lush carpets and original artwork. All the latest gadgets come as standard, including Sky HD TVs, internet radios with more than 19,000 channels, CD/DVD players and iPod docks and a Nespresso coffee machine. In addition, the mini bar is stocked with free soft drinks, Jing tea on offer and bathrooms are stocked with exclusive Malin+Goetz products. The Suites are particularly luxurious, some even coming with private courtyards – not easy to find in a London hotel as central as this one. The restaurant Hunter 486 takes its name from Marylebone’s old 1950s telephone dialling code. The atmosphere is warm, casual and timeless, and the kitchen serves up perfectly cooked comfort food. The stone bedded oven makes for succulent meat and perfectly crisp pizzas. Some quality time at the bar sampling the resident mixologist’s signature cocktails is also highly recommended. For a very special ambience, the Martini Library with its stone fireplaces, cosy armchairs and wonderful collection of books can be reserved for private occasions. The Royal Afternoon Teas are a great tradition at The Arch and can be enjoyed in the Martini Library, stylish Hunter 486 or the chic Salon de Champagne lounge. Nearby are some of the most beguiling spots in London, including the quiet and fashionable streets of Marylebone, the non-stop bustle of Oxford Street and the calm green expanses of Hyde Park and Regent's Park.