Refurbishment unveiled at The Arch London

To mark the eighth anniversary of The Arch London, the luxury five-star Georgian townhouse hotel has refurbished a third of its guestrooms as part of its ongoing redevelopment project.

The newly renovated rooms have the same style and characteristics that the hotel has become accustomed to. The four new concepts have been developed around unique feature wallpapers which have been designed by Thibaut.

Within the grade-II listed building, the rooms feature strong colours and alternative fabrics from a selection of British designers and companies such as Nina Campbell, Matthew Williamson for Osborne & Little and Clarke & Clarke.

The bathrooms feature walk-in showers as well as bronze and white tiling. Additional lighting has been placed around the mirrors to aid those getting ready for the evening. Furthermore, new bespoke beds have been installed, all of which have been fitted with Nestledown and Sleepezee mattresses that are 2,000 pocket sprung with duck down duvets and pillows and high thread count linens.

A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and Pride of Britain, the hotel boasts 82 bedrooms including eleven suites spread over six floors.

The hotel is situated in Marylebone, close to Bond Street, Hyde Park and the West End, and spans seven grade-II-listed Georgian townhouses and two mews homes.

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