Hunter 486 restaurant has an air of nostalgic London glamour with an open plan kitchen. It is the collective name given to the Bar, Restaurant and Le Salon de Champagne and features gleaming leather booths and glass chandeliers

Every guestroom is immaculately finished with wallpapers sourced from various suppliers including hand-printed designs by illustrator Johanna Basford. The furniture is realised by London based designer Jeremy Scarlett of JSJ Design

Lemon and Raspberry Posset served at the Hunter 486 restaurant
Photographs courtesy The Arch London

The corridors permeate with character and artist Peter Defty’s Alphatecture series of prints span the hall leading towards the Martini Library

The Arch London will pamper you and your furry friends

by Nupur Ashok Sarvaiya May 08, 2017
Are you a jet-setter with a pet – pet-setter if you may – who considers travelling without your furry friend “barking mad”? Then The Arch London is where your canine companion is going to feel at home. Touted as one of Britain’s best kept secrets, the property is a luxurious Georgian townhouse that sits in the heart of central London.

Owned by AB Hotels and envisioned by UK based RDD Interior Architectural Design, it fuses English heritage with modern boutique design. On entering, a roaring open fireplace provides a warm welcome, while the quietly glamorous interiors boast marble, glass and curated artworks including a moving installation at the reception desk. Airy and spacious with high ceilings, the place houses 82 rooms including 11 sumptuous suites featuring lavish furnishings.

The eatery Hunter 486, christened after the ‘50s dialing code for Marylebone, affords a “Best of British” inspired menu, while The Martini Library lounge exudes an opulent ambience. For your happy hounds, on offer are various indulgences such as dog beds, bowls and even a menu cooked to order by a chef.


The corridors permeate with character and artist Peter Defty’s Alphatecture series of prints span the hall leading towards the Martini Library