Hyde Park

What? One of the largest parks in Central London at over 300 acres. This is a royal park and is most famous for its Speakers Corner, horse riding, boating on the lake and Diana Princess of Wales Fountain. The park is easily accessed by several underground stations surrounding the Park.

Where? The nearest undergrounds stations are each located within a close distance of an entrance to the park: Marble Arch station to the north, Hyde Park Corner station to the south east, Knightsbridge to the South and Lancaster Gate to the north west.

From the Hotel The best way to the Park is by Bus. Exit the Hotel, cross St George’s Drive and walk straight ahead onto Warwick Way. At the second set of traffic lights take a left onto Wilton Road and walk all the way down to Victoria Bus Station. From here take bus number 8, 38 or 73 to Hyde Park Corner, Park Lane or Marble Arch.

When? Open daily from 5am to midnight