Marble Arch Inn

49 Berkeley Street, Marble Arch, Westminster, London, W1H 7PN, United Kingdom

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58%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
4%
8
Very Good
29%
51
Average
25%
44
Poor
14%
26
Terrible
26%
46

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  • Families50
  • Couples46
  • Solo57
  • Business23
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    Excellent location!

    by

    Excellent location - near Marble Arch and Hyde Park!

    The hostel/inn is rather small and so are the rooms - morbid charme describes it best!

    Breakfast is served in a little basket, which you can fetch from the reception - with little plastic cups and bags, but hey, it is a start!!!!

    Definitely not a place to spend much time at, but we figured that we wanted to explore London rather than this accomodation - so we loved it and would go there again!

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a bit closer

by nanadear

Thanks to those that have replied. I've narrowed it down to these hotels in the Bayswater-Paddington areas: Rhodes Hotel, Hyde Park Rooms Hotel, Comfort Inn Notting Hill, and Marble Arch Inn. We'll only be there 3 days and most will be spent sightseeing. Want budget but not scary neighborhoods. Does anyone know any horror stories about these? I've researched them in Frommers and on the web and they seem ok. Also if we are terribly dissatisfied when we get there (June 5 Sun.) how easy is it to find a hotel w/out reservations? Thanks again

RE: a bit closer

by paulinuk2u

have a look at superbreaks.com [you book superbreaks in any travel agents] and if you see a hotel you like go to tripadvisor.com and look at the hotel reviews there

RE: a bit closer

by tonywye

Take a look on www.multimap.com to see maps of the area. Edgware Road is a buzzing place (mainly Arabic) lots of restaurants there. That whole area is safe, lots of nice houses and rich people live there (Tony Blair bought a house just there recently). They are all close to Hyde Park which is an ideal place to get away from the hassle of London. Also lots of buses along Edgware road so you can get to anywhere in London from there. TonyW.

Travel Tips for London

I love London and all its...

by gitta

I love London and all its inhabitants. You must see first o all Westminster Abbey and the tower. The place where Mary Stuart was killed. If you don't see it, you did not see London. I visited the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Now I like him more than before.

Farm house in Luton

by SLLiew

Spent a few nights in a farm house in Luton, outside London.

It was amazing to see chickens and geese. From the farm house, took a cab to Luton train station daily and then to downtown London.

Not too bad for a combination of farm homestay and sleek London.

One of my favourite things about London

by londonlover

I could sit on Westminster Bridge and stare at Big Ben through a night's worth of its deep bell tolling out the hours. Despite the obtrusive bus stop signs that got in the way of this non-tripod photo, I love the glow of Parliament Buildings at night. This is it!

English "Politeness"

by draguza

British people are known for being very polite...at least formally. In fact they always say "Please" and "thank you" at the end of a sentence, all the time, sometimes even when it is not needed, and if yoy forget to say instead "Thank you"...they consider you impolite!

Rug Up!

by sue_stone

Make sure your handbag does up at the top - don't want anyone trying to stick their hands into it while you are out and about. Don't forget to bring your scarf and gloves when you come to London (unless it is summer).

I wear mine here for 8 months of the year!

A hat is a good idea too - when that wind picks up your ears ache! You will takes loads of photos, so be prepared. Shame about the grey days - not the best for photography Carry an umbrella at all times - you can buy tiny ones that fit in your handbag.

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Address: 49 Berkeley Street, Marble Arch, Westminster, London, W1H 7PN, United Kingdom