Launching 13 months after the brand’s Charing Cross debut, the new Amba Hotel Marble Arch will see the company operate almost 1,000 bedrooms in central London.
The 692 rooms and studio apartments have been refurbished based on feedback from customer reviews, and will include in-room tablets, Smart TV's, Nespresso coffee machines and a ban on room-service delivery charges to eliminate surprise ‘add on’ costs for guests.
Amba Hotels says it is actively seeking new city centre sites, and has confirmed it will open at Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace Road.
The brand is aiming to replicate the success of Amba Hotel Charing Cross, which was ranked as the fourth best hotel in London on TripAdvisor within six months of opening.
Mike DeNoma, chief executive officer for glh Hotels said: “The TripAdvisor success of Amba Hotel Charing Cross demonstrates how the brand has listened to customers in order to address the needs of international guests.
“The landmark Amba Hotel Marble Arch opening demonstrates how committed we are to providing great customer experiences in city centre locations, and as the biggest owner operator of hotels in London, we understand the critical importance of helping guests stay comfortable and connected."
glh operates a total of five hotel brands including Clermont, Thistle, Thistle Express and every hotels.