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Local Attractions near Amba Marble Arch

Marble Arch is a historic London landmark in itself, and the area around it is filled with buzzing restaurants, swish cocktail bars and of course it's close to Hyde Park and the West End. We’ve picked a few of our favourite places for you to discover next time you’re in town.

Madame Tussauds

Get up close and personal with life-size replicas of celebrities, royals and rock legends for a camera-breaking selfie in this world-famous wax museum. 

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A fashionable district alongside Hyde Park that boasts the capital’s most exclusive shops, gourmet restaurants and high-end clubs and is an easy walk from the hotel. Think elegant Georgian townhouses, Bond St, Savile Row and Burlington Arcade.


Serpentine Galleries

Located in the stunning Kensington Gardens in Hyde Park, Serpentine Galleries are just a leisurely 25-minute walk from Guoman Hotel Marble Arch. The Serpentine Galleries comprise of Serpentine Gallery and Serpentine Sackler Gallery, two galleries that showcase fine art and architecture and sit either side of Serpentine Lake, linked by the Serpentine Bridge.

Grant Museum of Zoology

The Grant Museum of Zoology is a natural history museum connected to the University College London. This grand museum is home to 68,000 zoological specimens, the collection is a unique window on the entire animal kingdom and includes a fair number of rare and extinct specimens. It is one of the oldest natural history collections in the UK. 

Portman Village

A corner of local life within the London megalopolis, Portman Village is a cluster of boutique shops, cosy cafes, foodie havens and a refreshing change from the retail behemoths of Oxford Street. This little area stretches between Upper Berkeley Street and Seymour Street and Seymour Place and Gloucester Place in Marylebone. You’ll find unique furniture makers, designer clothes, beauty salons and restaurants and bars to continue pampering yourselves in, all while supporting the local community, businesses and producers.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is London’s most famous green space, filled with stunning monuments and an array of wildlife. It’s a beautiful place to wander through any time of year, but if you’re there in the summer then you need to take a boat out on the famous Serpentine Lake.

Hyde Park

Kensington Palace

Look sharp because you might run into royalty while having tea at this official palace on the edge of Kensington Gardens. The palace is home to an exquisite collection of royal fashion from the 18th century to the present day and frequently includes an exhibition.

Visit Kensington Palace

Marble Arch

Marble Arch is one of the most iconic and visually striking monuments in London and was designed by the famous architect John Nash in 1827. Inspired by the Arch of Constantine in Rome, and the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel in Paris, it was originally intended to be the formal front gateway to Buckingham Palace.

Oxford Street

Oxford Street is one of the most famous streets in the world and the most visited in Europe, making it a must see for every visitor to England’s capital. There are more than 300 retailers on this 1.2 mile (1.9 kilometres) stretch of road between Marble Arch and Tottenham Court Road Station, from the coolest designer outlets to the biggest flagship department stores.

British Museum

Don’t miss the Rosetta Stone and the Elgin Marbles in this vast collection of art and artifacts from around the world. The British Museum collections are amongst the largest and most comprehensive in the world and exhibits include items dating back to prehistoric times.

Visit the British Museum