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An extremely thriving location in the heart of London, Marble Arch offers numerous diversions for everyone... casinos, galleries, concert hall, department stores, museums, synagogues and more.
The Shaftesbury Hotels Collection offers a variety of properties ranging from suites, family to deluxe accommodations close to the Marble Arch area. For your benefit, we have drawn up our selected list of the key tourist attractions that you can check out while you enjoy a lush stay with us.
Marble Arch originally referred to the Carrara-marble monument built at the junction of Oxford Street, Park Lane and Edgware Road, almost directly opposite to the Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park. Built in 1828 by John Nash as the chief entrance to Buckingham Palace, traditionally, only members of the royal family, the King's Troop and the Royal Horse Artillery were allowed to pass through the arch.
Oxford Street - is a SHOPPER'S PARADISE! Home to major department stores, numerous flagship stores as wells hundred other smaller shops, it is Europe's busiest streets.
If you can fight your way through the crowd, you can also splurge in some of the best High Street fashion that Oxford Street offers at the numerous stylish but inexpensive outlets.
Often referred to as 'Little America' by Londoners, Grosvenor Square is a large garden square in the Mayfair district worth a visit for its highly-fashionable residential quarters.
Boasting the capital's most exclusive shops, hotels, restaurants and clubs, Mayfair also contains the Burlington Arcade, which houses several shops under its glass-roofed promenade since 1815.
Boasting of 1 hectare of garden, Portman Square makes up the largest garden squares in the Marleybrone area near to Marble Arch. A major thoroughfare that begins from Marble Arch in central London to the outskirts of north London, Edgware Road offers the best Lebanese cuisines to suit all budget.
And if you don't want to miss on Hollywood action, treat yourself to the Odeon Marble Arch located on Edgware Road. Wigmore Hall well-known as an international venue for chamber music, especially classical recitals of piano, songs and instrumental music, is a few minutes' walk from our Marble Arch properties.
Since London is incomplete without a visit to its famed Hyde Park, why not visit this Royal Park to cool off your heels after the shopping madness in Oxford Street.
Apart from the 2 Marble Arch properties, all our other properties are located within no more than 10-minutes train/bus journey to the Marble Arch tube station.
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