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Where to stay near Hyde Park

Hyde Park Hotels

A luxurious expanse of parkland in London’s most regal area, Hyde Park is a gorgeous spot for picnicking on sunny days, for strolls through autumn leaves, and for some crazy swimmers, a place for dips in the freezing Serpentine on Christmas morning. It’s bordered by some of the most glamorous London attractions – royal palaces, world-renowned museums, and opera houses among them. Whether you want the buzz of Bayswater or the class of Kensington, there’s a Hyde Park district for you.

Things to see

At the west end of Hyde Park, Kensington Palace reigns supreme. This stately, red-brick, Victorian palace is surrounded by stunning, Renaissance-style gardens. You can take tours of the palace, where you’ll get glimpses into magnificent state rooms with gilded frescoes, and staircases fit for a princess. The King’s Gallery contains priceless paintings of former kings and queens. Another Victorian jewel is the Royal Albert Hall, located just south of Hyde Park. This lavish, domed concert hall boasts incredible acoustics and a year-round programme of musical delectation. It really comes into its own for the Proms, a summer spectacular of concerts. Several of London’s best-known museums are also contained within this area of Knightsbridge, including the Natural History Museum. Here, you can see rare fossil finds and explore Darwin’s legacy. There are plenty of hands-on activities for kids, and the museum also hosts seasonal highlights, including an ice rink in winter.

Hotels in Hyde Park

5-star luxury is something which comes naturally to this rarefied district of the capital, and many of the Hyde Park hotels are dazzlingly exclusive. Several occupy magnificent Victorian buildings, and the lavish suites reflect this history, with canopied, four-poster beds and tasteful, high-quality furnishings. Some offer balconies. You’ll dine in Michelin-starred restaurants and be pampered in award-winning spas. Plus, the concierge services are second to none, getting you the best reservations in London. There are also several more budget-friendly options, including serviced apartments which suit families or groups, plus a few cheap Hyde Park hotels, with simple but comfortable rooms. London Elizabeth Hotel and Assaha Hyde Park Apartments are two of the best hotels in Hyde Park.

Where to stay

At the south-eastern corner of Hyde Park, where it meets Green Park, there’s a string of glittering, 5-star hotels for the ultimate luxury stay. You’ll be perfectly placed for visiting Buckingham Palace, as well as designer shopping excursions in Knightsbridge. South of Hyde Park, the museums district is ideal for culture lovers. You’ll be steps away from major museums, including the Natural History Museum and the V&A. A wide choice of luxury and mid-range hotels is available here. To the north, in Bayswater, you can find some budget Hyde Park hotels, along with luxury options, within minutes of Paddington Station.

How to get to Hyde Park

Hyde Park is practically surrounded by tube stations, so you can get to any part of it quickly and easily. Paddington Station is a 10-minute walk from Lancaster Gate, one of the northern entrances to the park, and the Heathrow Express service takes 15 minutes to whiz to Paddington from the airport. From there, you can travel by taxi, bus, or tube to your Hyde Park destination, if it’s not within easy walking distance. Alternatively, if you’re coming from Heathrow and staying in the Knightsbridge area, you can take the Piccadilly line, getting off at Knightsbridge or Hyde Park Corner.

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