Wine and dine at The Arch London


The Arch London hotel is known across the capital for its exceptional dining experiences, frequented throughout the day and late into the evening by hotel guests, local businessmen and locals alike. Hunter 486 offers an ambrosial menu, opulent Martini Library, decadent Champagne Lounge, while the warm and welcoming bar is perfect for a refreshment. Enjoy laid back luxury dining in a casual, relaxed atmosphere, surrounded by gleaming leather booths, blown glass chandeliers and imaginative artwork.

See the chefs at work in the open plan kitchen while the large Georgian windows treat guests to views of the neighbourhood mews. The bar offers a tantalising and bespoke collection of drinks, as you relax on one of the original designer chairs by Tom Dixon. The Martini Library is a dazzling room that can be booked for meetings, intimate canapé and cocktail receptions or exclusive product launches. It combines the best of modern contemporary styling with traditional Georgian features while its fantastic central London location offers guests the perfect room in which to entertain. You can even enjoy afternoon tea or pre-dinner drinks with friends and family in this sumptuous room.

If you’re planning an event or gathering, The Arch London can accommodate anything from private dinners and meetings to cocktail parties and press launches.Service is attentive yet discreet, allowing you and your guests to relax and enjoy any celebration. Add to this the selection of delicious canapes, fine food and wines, which can make any occasion simply perfect.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic meal, a celebration or a business function, contact the venue to arrange a luxury experience with the finest food and drinks you can imagine.

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