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Apex London Wall
Apex London Wall
(6 km from station)

Guest Rating: 95%
Boutique hotel in Moorgate, close to London's main financial and commercial districts and with great transport links across the rest of the capital. The Apex London Wall Hotel has 89 fabulous rooms and suites sharing a modern and stylish decor, as well as facilities including free WiFi access, gym, restaurant and bar.

Montague on the Gardens, London
Montague on the Gardens
(5 km from station)

Guest Rating: 91%
With an assured, understated elegance and superb service, this beautiful 4-star luxury hotel has a wonderful peaceful location, conveniently close to Covent Garden and the theatres of...

Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel

Guest Rating: 90%
A 5 star luxury hotel in the heart of London, the Chancery Court Hotel offers lavish surroundings, gourmet food, extensive leisure activities and all-round self-indulgence.

London Marriott Park Lane
London Marriott Park Lane
(6 km from station)

Guest Rating: 90%
On Park Lane Marble Arch end, it is one minute walk to Marble Arch Tube Station (Central Line). The location is ideal as it is in Mayfair, around the corner to Oxford Street and overlooking Hyde Park....

Arosfa Hotel, London
Arosfa Hotel
(4.9 km from station)

Guest Rating: 89%
Housed in a small historic building, the Arosfa Hotel is a family run Bed and Breakfast that provides a more intimate service than you'll find with many Central London hotels. It has a great central location, so if you’re looking for a more reasonably priced place to stay in the West End, this could be for you.


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About Archway

Archway Station is in Islington, North London. This is a pretty part of the city with lots attractive Victorian buildings and town houses.  Highgate Hill still has a village feel, with many interesting shops, cafes and restaurants.  Several famous people have been drawn to live in the area, including Sting, Annie Lennox and George Michael. 

There aren’t many hotels near Archway Station itself.  However, the wider area offers a good choice of accommodation for all travellers.  The University of Westminster has basic accommodation at Furnival House (*), within half a mile of the station.  It’s a Victorian building in its own grounds and offers student-type bedrooms with washbasins and desks, and shared bathrooms and kitchens.  At the other end of the scale, Argyle Mansions (*****) has a marble entrance leading to a selection of luxury one bedroom flats, which are fully equipped with all mod cons and serviced daily by a maid.  If you’re looking for mid-range Archway Station hotel, you could try the other side of the heath, around Hampstead, where there are a couple of 3 star hotels; La Gaffe and the Premier Inn London Hampstead.

Archway Tube Station

Archway Station is in North London, in both Zones 2 and 3.  It is on the High Barnet branch of the Northern Line.  It’s underneath the Archway Tower, a tall office building completed in 1963.  The station first opened in 1907 and was originally called Highgate.  It was then a terminus.  In the 1930’s, the line was extended and its name was changed, as the next station along the line was to be called “Highgate”.  During the digging of the new tunnel, a water pipe was cut and caused a flood.

 

Attractions

 

Archway Station is the nearest to Highgate Cemetery, which opened in 1839.  This is London’s most famous Victorian graveyard.  It is preserved in an atmospheric, tumbledown state of “managed neglect”.  The cemetery is full of beautiful sculptures and mausoleums, as well as being a peaceful place of natural wooded beauty.  You can take a tour and hear the stories of the many interesting people who are buried there, including famous names like Karl Marx, George Eliot and Michael Faraday.

Lauderdale House is a nearby community arts and education centre.  It is based in one of Highgate’s finest country houses and puts on a variety of performances, workshops and exhibitions.

Hampstead Heath is not too far away.  The closest area contains the Highgate Ponds, which are 3 large freshwater swimming pools on the heath – one for men, one for women and one mixed.  They were originally dug as reservoirs in the 17th and 18th century, but have been used for open air swimming and diving for around a hundred years.  Nude bathing is apparently de rigeur amongst the regulars in the fenced enclosure.

The nearby Whittington Hospital is named after Dick Whittington, the famous Mayor of London, and there is a small statue of his cat outside.

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University of Westminster Furnival House0.8km
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