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Serviced Apartments in Hyde Park

Enjoy London at a slower pace with a serviced apartment near Hyde Park - one of the city’s most beautiful green spaces. Choose your own hideaway in this tranquil part of the city and enjoy a relaxed home-from-home stay in a fully furnished apartment – ideal for families, couples, solo travellers and friends.

Hyde Park is one of the most stunning locations to book accommodation in London.  Start the day with a brisk walk in the park before heading back for a hearty home-cooked breakfast in your own kitchen.  Come winter enjoy the park’s magical Winter Wonderland with the welcome warmth of your apartment just a short walk away. Staying in a serviced apartment will allow you to make your own schedule, with no set meal times and the freedom to come and go as you like.

Staying in Hyde Park

Offering a tranquil interval from the hustle and bustle of the capital, Hyde Park offers 350 acres of beautiful greenery.  With 4,000 trees, a meadow, flower gardens, a large lake and remarkable buildings and monuments, Hyde Park is widely thought of as one of the best city parks in the world. One of the many Royal Parks in the city, Hyde Park was acquired by Henry VIII in 1536 as a private hunting ground.  It was later opened for limited access by James I before being opened to the general public by Charles I in 1637.

Amongst the greenery stands beautiful structures such as The Serpentine Bridge, the Joy of Life Fountain and the Diana Memorial Fountain.  Alongside the stunning Serpentine Lake are two restaurants: the Serpentine Bar and Kitchen, and the Lido Bar and Café.

Hyde Park offers a varied open-air event calendar, from musical performances like the BBC Proms in the Park, to family fun and nature walks. Each November the park becomes a spectacular Winter Wonderland. The calming atmosphere of the park lends itself well to a variety of mind, body and soul activities, and groups can often be found practising tai chi amongst the trees in the early morning.  For getting the blood pumping, the park offers facilities for Tennis, Bowls, Putting, Horse Riding and Football.

The famous Speaker’s Corner is located on the corner of Park Lane and Cumberland Gate, and has long been an area dedicated to free speech.  Every Sunday crowds gather to hear, debate and heckle on a vast range of topics.

First time in a London Apartment?

There are so many benefits to staying in a serviced apartment in London.  Boasting the same central locations as many hotels and other accommodation providers apartments are a great alternative for those looking for a little more freedom and a lot more space.  With dedicated dining and lounge areas, apartments are typically more spacious than equivalent standard hotel rooms.  You also get your own private kitchen meaning you set the menu and decide on when you want to eat.

Serviced apartments are also great for those wanting to entertain friends or family during your trip to London.  Enjoy a chilled glass of wine straight from the fridge in homely surroundings.  Many apartments also come with basic entertainment facilities like a radio, TV and DVD player.

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