All you need to know about Hyde Park, London

Staying in Hyde Park, London 

If you're planning a trip to London, a great option to stay at would be Hyde Park. Located in the heart of London, Hyde Park is known for its unique combination of city life and peaceful green spaces. SilverDoor has a range of serviced apartments in Hyde Park with a variety of amenities to meet your business travel needs. Serviced apartments have become the preferred choice for business travellers seeking comfortable and convenient accommodation. The Hyde Park aparthotels and serviced apartments that we offer at SilverDoor give an ideal home-away-from-home experience, whether for short-term or long-term stays. Visit our FAQ page or contact us if you have any questions.

London's Hyde Park

All you need to know about Hyde Park, London

At SilverDoor we want to make sure you maximise your stay at our serviced apartments in Hyde Park. So, we have listed some of the activities available to get you well-equipped with knowledge of what is going on in the area.

Though not technically a district, Hyde Park dominates a huge 625 acres of open space in the capital, and the surrounding area is highly sought after by corporate travellers. We have an excellent selection of serviced apartments in Hyde Park, including a range of one-bedroom apartments for solo travellers and three-to-four-bedroom apartments for team or family stays. No matter how long you are intending to stay in the area, our Hyde Park serviced apartments are ideal for short term and long-term stays, providing everything you need to enjoy a comfortable business trip.

Tips for staying in Hyde Park

Perhaps the main appeal of staying in a serviced apartment in Hyde Park is the park itself. Being the largest Royal Park in central London, it is frequented by thousands of residents and tourists alike. Situated to the north of the Thames and close to a variety of major attractions, it is easy to see why Hyde Park is so popular with visitors. Furthermore, its central location and excellent transport links make it an obvious choice for those unfamiliar with the city.

Transport in Hyde Park 

There are an impressive five underground stations bordering the park, meaning no matter where you exit you are never far away from excellent links to the rest of the city. Hyde Park corner and Knightsbridge serve the Piccadilly Line, whereas Queensway, Lancaster Gate and Marble Arch all serve the Central Line. Cyclists are also catered for, with Cycle Superhighway 3 beginning at Lancaster Gate, with the park itself also providing many cycle paths to enjoy. Hop on a Santander Cycle and take in the city sights in your free time.

Shopping in Hyde Park 

Near to Hyde Park is Connaught Village, known for its array of luxury retail stores and independent boutiques. These exquisite retail venues include the likes of Mud Australia and Kokoro London, as well as a plethora of international quality restaurants and cafes, including the Persian Assal Patisserie. There is an entire shopping experience hidden right here for discerning consumers – so look no further during your business stay to satisfy your shopping urges in Hyde Park.

Things to do in Hyde Park 

Besides exploring the incredible park itself, there are plenty of activities in Hyde Park to see and explore in the surrounding area when staying in one of our serviced apartments. One such venue, Kensington Palace which resides in Kensington Gardens in the west of the park. A private residence for English royalty from 1689, with the last monarch to reside in the palace George II, the impressive palace and gardens boast many spectacular regal features, such as the Queen’s Staircase designed by Christopher Wren in 1690. Nearby is the Wellington Museum, formally Apsley House. Home to the first Duke of Wellington, this impressive structure has hardly changed since its creation, and today houses one of the capital’s finest art collections.

Facts about Hyde Park

Hyde Park was originally owned by the monks of Westminster Abbey, but was confiscated by King Henry VIII in order to make it a royal hunting ground. The Marble Arch near Hyde Park was originally an addition to Buckingham Palace, but was relocated to the park. Furthermore, the bandstand in the park is one of the oldest in Britain, having been built in 1869 and originally erected in Kensington Gardens

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