Here are what some of it’s visitors had to say
Beautiful piece of history
“This stunning London landmark is beautiful, in the heart of London, it’s a must see! Perfect location a couple of seconds from the shops and food places. Loads of seating so you can sit and enjoy the wonderful view. Totally recommend” by Samantha on TripAdvisor
If you’re visiting London for the sights, then The Marble Arch should certainly be on the to do list! Corus Hyde Park Hotel is ideally located near this magnificent 19th-century white marble faced triumphal arch. The Marble Arch is the gateway to the famous shopping area of London, Oxford Street.
Just 0.9 of a mile away from the hotel, a short walk along the edge of the beautiful Hyde Park will bring you to straight to this monument. You also have the option of jumping on the central line located opposite the hotel, taking you on a short 5 min trip down to your stop. This underground runs every 3 minutes, making it ideal for you to make your way down and back to the hotel at your ease.
Our 4-star hotel has a selection of rooms to suit all travellers to the city from classic doubles, to executive deluxe and family rooms. Our Summer Time Special offers you 15% off your stay with us at our Hyde Park Hotel. After a day of sightseeing, enjoy authentic British and Malaysian fare at The Brasserie at Hyde Park, overlooking the park itself, or gather for cocktails and European-style snacks in the inviting Bar.
A Little History On The Marble Arch London
The structure was designed by John Nash in 1827 to be the state entrance to the cour d'honneur of Buckingham Palace, it stood near the site of what is today the three-bayed, central projection of the palace containing the well-known balcony.
Traditionally the marble-covered arches, which sat at the entrance to the courtyard of Buckingham Palace, were only meant to be walked under by Royals and members of the Royal Guard. In 1851 it was relocated and following the widening of Park Lane in the early 1960s is now located next to the historic Hyde Park. The Marble Arch area has become a hotspot for visitors and tourists.