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For many, Marble Arch is simply one end of Oxford Street – London’s main shopping street. Upscale Selfridges department store is here, along with flagship branches of mega-cheap Primark and middle-of-the-road Marks & Spencer. The best hotels in Marble Arch range from the humongous – like the Amba and the Cumberland – to the sumptuously luxurious, like the Beaumont, whose wonderful recreation of a 1920s grill room, The Colony, is one of the best restaurants in the area. The arch itself, built as a triumphal arch in the nineteenth century, is on the edge of the green expanse of Hyde Park. Transport is good, with Bond Street nearby, in addition to Marble Arch tube. Here's our pick of the best hotels in Marble Arch.
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