Great Cumberland Place is situated in the West End, just a stone throw from Marble Arch London Underground Station and a few steps from the popular shops on Oxford Street. The hotel also offers speedy access to the acclaimed London theaters.
All modern luxury rooms at Great Cumberland Place offer complimentary WiFi, level screen TVs, power showers and premium toiletries. The hotel also had a 24-hour concierge service.
Great Cumberland Place is only 40 mins from Heathrow Airport by means of the Heathrow Express to Paddington.
What makes a stay at Great Cumberland Place unique?
Guests at Great Cumberland Place will find that staying in a Marble Arch hotel, which is close to several popular London attractions, is the ideal decision, whether they are visiting for work or pleasure.
The modern, spacious rooms provide a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of London's streets, the excitement of local attractions, and the exhilaration of a day of sightseeing and shopping.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Great Cumberland Place?
The bedrooms are provided with LCD TVs, air conditioning, and double-glazing for a pleasant night's sleep in the midst of London's most vibrant nightlife.
The carefully built, self-contained studio apartments are the ultimate pied à terre in central London for those, especially families, looking for extra room and conveniences near Marylebone, Mayfair, or Marble Arch. Outstanding Cumberland Place Hotel has everything you need to be self-sufficient and offers great value for money, including a guest bathroom, separate king size bedroom, dining area, and modern kitchen with all the tools.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the London area?
The Great Cumberland Place Hotel, Marble Arch, is conveniently located in London's West End, near to Oxford and Regent Streets, Mayfair and Park Lane for high-end boutique shopping and a variety of department stores. The iconic Speakers Corner in Hyde Park, as well as the tranquilly of the gardens, are both within walking distance.
In Marylebone, pay a sneaky visit to Madame Tussauds and the home of Sherlock Holmes, or take the youngsters to the neighbouring London Zoo and Regents Park.
Don't forget that lively Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus, as well as Soho and Covent Garden, are all just a bus ride away. Take a look around the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery to see some of the masters' work. As you travel across the city and explore the locations you've always wanted to see, be astounded by the incredible history of London's centre and the gorgeous architecture that graces every street.