Whilst not designated as an official district of London, Marble Arch describes the area surrounding the city’s breath-taking marble triumphal arch erected in the nineteenth century. Designed by John Nash as a state entrance to Buckingham Palace, Marble Arch is now a popular tourist spot that plays an important role in royal ceremonies.
Roughly speaking, the Marble Arch area encompasses the connecting streets that branch off from the junction on which the arch structure sits, including parts of Edgware Road, Park Lane, Bayswater Road, and Oxford Street. In this way, offices in Marble Arch are a mere hair’s breadth away from some of London’s most lively and culturally engaged districts, offering workers the opportunity to have a good time with colleagues after office hours. It is also very easy to commute to by dint of its central location and proximity to a number of tube stations including the eponymously named Marble Arch.
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