Find the room that suits you
To keep our guest satisfied and to make your stay as comfortable as possible, we have several good facilities included in our accommodations. We can accommodate you and your guests comfortably in our well equipped and appointed rooms. Each centrally heated room is furbished to a high standard and extra facilities includes:
- Cots with our Compliments
- Morning call system
- Shaving Point
- Safety Deposit Box
- Luggage Store Room
- WiFi Service (within range only)
Look at our London Map and find your way to our comfortable accommodation in central London.
The city London has an endless variety of sights and monuments to offer such us London Buckingham Palace, Madam Tussauds London, London Parliament, London Hyde Park, National Gallery London and much more.
The Big Ben London (or Clock Tower) was built in 1859 and is named after the Great Bell. The Big Ben is 96 meters high and its clock hangs at 55 metres. The four clock faces was used to make sure that the Big Ben was the largest four-faced clock in the world, but nowadays it is not the largest any more. It was defeated by the Allen-Bradley Clock Tower in Milwaukee in Wisconsin. The design of the Big Ben was made by Augustus Pugin and was the last design he made before he died.
The London Tower Bridge is one of the most famous buildings and an icon of London. The building was completed in 1894 and was one of the greatest engineering marvels of its age. Take a walk over the walkways which are 42 metres above the River Thames. From this height visitors can see some of the famous sights of London such as the St Paul's Cathedral, the Canary Wharf, the London Eye and the Tower of London.
Since 1982 the Tower Bridge Exhibition has been held where guests of the hotel will learn more about the interesting history of the Tower Bridge. By visiting the Exhibition travellers will be offered to take a look at the Victorian Engine Room where visitors can see the old steam engines which once used their power to raise the bascules of the Bridge.
The price to visit the Exhibition is £ 7.00. Discounts for children (under 16), seniors (over 59) and students are available.
One of the most famous areas in London is Notting Hill which got more publicity due to the movie Notting Hill. Notting Hill has a reputation of being a fashionable area due to the attractive terraces, large Victorian town houses and many shopping possibilities.
Furthermore, every year in August the Carnival takes place on the streets of Notting Hill. Travellers should definitely not miss this event.
The Camden Town is a district located in the North of London. Camden Town is especially known for its exciting markets. This is a very popular attraction for tourists and during the weekend it is very busy. At the London's Camden market all kind of things are sold such as fashion, books and food. Moreover, attending a canal boat trip on one of the many canals in Camden Town is a popular activity among tourists. Besides, the Roundhouse Theatre has become a very popular theatre and music venue after the re-opening in 2006 in London.
The St Paul's Cathedral has a popular history and has been on this site since 604 AD. The current London Cathedral is the 4th Cathedral built and had been first built between 1675 and 1710.
The St Paul's Cathedral is a symbol for hope, resilience and strength and a lasting monument for the glory of God.
During the 'Blitz' between 1940 and 1941 St Paul's Cathedral also had been bombed but never had huge damages.
Visitors of London must come and see the grand St Paul's Cathedral by themselves, especially the art work is worth seeing. In addition travellers should not miss to climb up the Golden Gallery and enjoy the beautiful view over London.
Another beautiful part of the St Paul's Cathedral is the Whispering Gallery. Walk the 259 steps and experience why it is called the Whispering Gallery. Whisper something to the wall and someone else should put his ear on the wall. Besides, if guests of the hotel would like to eat or drink something they have the opportunity to visit plenty of cafés or restaurant which can be easily found in St Paul's London.
The admission price for the St Paul's Cathedral is £ 11.00, with a discount for seniors, students and children.
The St Paul's Cathedral is open from Monday to Saturday between 8.30am to 4pm and the galleries between 9.30am to 4.15pm.
We strongly recommend you to visit Buckingham Palace, this is a wonderful and mandatory place to visit when you are in London, moreover, the hotel is very closed to this place.
Also Trafalgar Square is a famous place surrounded by cultural spaces and historic buildings. You can also find some museums.
The Tower Bridge is also a famous place to visit, even if it's at 6 Km from the hotel, you must see this place !
What think our customers
I stayed in this B&B in Nov/Dec 07 and i loved it. The B&B's location could not be better, (considering i had to walk for about 2 mins to get to the beggining of Oxford St) The prize is amazing and the staff was really friendly. The room was clean, and cosy instead of small, and to be honest, it was perfect after a whole day of shopping and sight seeing. It is not a 5* but honestly, location is 10/10 and well....What do you expect from this price?
I like this hotel/B&B and i plan to go back this winter......
J.M. Guzman, 32 years, Gibraltar
We booked to stay in this hotel over August Bank Holiday weekend. We couldn't resist the low price for a 3 night stay in central London. The hotel is in a brilliant location, just round the corner from Marble Arch, Hyde Park & Oxford Street, whilst still being quiet enough to get a good nights sleep! The rooms are very small and quite basic but they are clean and comfortable. The pub just along from the hotel, The Masons Arms, was a nice little pub, good for a quick drink & the food was really good too!! I can't think of anything negative to say about this hotel, you just have to remember that its a cheap room in a key location in London!
P. Gary, 24 years, Yorkshire
This hotel is very basic. There are no dining facilities. Breakfast comes in a large bowl with boxes of cereal, coissants, yogurt , milk and orange juice. The rooms are small and a little cramped BUT the hotel is cheap and cheerful and also very very central. If you want to be five minutes walk from Marble Arch/Oxford Street/Park Lane , this is the hotel for you. It was also incredibly quiet. Granted our room was at the back of the hotel but there was no traffic noise whatsoever and we slept with the window open all night. I found all the staff to be very friendly and welcoming . You definitely get what you pay for but since most people use hotels in London as somewhere to lay their weary heads at the end of a hectic days sightseeing , this hotel fits that bill nicely. I would reccommend it to anyone travelling on a budget.
L.S. Casper, 48 years, Canada
The Marble Arch Inn is the perfect place to stay.
If you're looking for the Budget accommodation just in Centre of London with neighbours like the Oxford Street, a shopping and entertainment area, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens for outdoors sport activities or picnic with friends.
Hotel provides professional service, clean Rooms and friendly Staff, excellent combination to have the great experience discovering the lively London. Enjoy!
Distance from the main Points of Interest
- Buckingham Palace: 2.1 Km
- Victoria Station: 2.3 Km
- Trafalgar Square: 2.4 Km
- Westminster Abbey: 2.9 Km
- King's Cross Station: 3.2 Km
- Waterloo Station & London Eye: 3.5 Km
- Tower Bridge: 6.0 Km
- Heathrow Airport (LHR): 21.3 Km
- Gatwick Airport (LGW): 40.9 Km
General Services and Facilities
- 24 hour Reception
- Daily Newspaper
- Luggage Storage
- Free Wi-Fi internet access
General Room Facilities
- Breakfast included
- En-suite/Private bathroom
- Tea/Coffee making
- Cable & Satellite TV
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