Hyde Park is one of the Royal parks of England, so called because the British Monarchy once owned the parks. The parks have are now open to the public, and have many different attractions within them, making them a fantastic place to visit.
Hyde Park is famous for many different reasons, for instance, it is home to Speakers Corner, a plinth that any member of the public can mount and talk about any topic they choose. Speakers Corner is Britain’s emblem of freedom of speech and democracy, traits of which the country is very proud.
Hyde Park is one of the largest parks, and as such receives many visitors throughout the year. This makes the Hyde Park area a much sought after location for tourists looking for hotels in London. Given their prime location Hyde Park hotels London, tend to be quite expensive, although it is possible to find some excellent discounts on hotel rooms in this area.
The Hyde Park area of London has several characteristics that make it particularly attractive to tourists and locals alike. Firstly, it has an upmarket atmosphere and is renowned for its fine dining and refined way of life. It proves to be an exceptionally quiet area where the environment is much gentler and slower paced than any other area of London. This makes Hyde Park hotels London perfect for those people who wish to shelter from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, but remain in a prime location. Indeed, Hyde Park is a stone’s throw away from the West End, London’s party and theatre capital, and so people do not have to travel far to find the excitement for which the city is famous.
Hyde Park offers easy access to most areas of London, with several tube stations in the area, connecting to the major lines, most of London is within easy reach. Paddington Station is located in the Hyde Park area, and has direct train service to and from all the major airports, Heathrow, Gatwick, and London Central. It is also very close to St Pancras, home of the Eurostar, and so, Hyde Park hotels London are ideal for tourist arriving from all four corners of the globe, and tourists can settle in to their ‘home from home’ within a very short space of time.
There are many tourist attractions within the vicinity of Hyde Park, including the London Eye, Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, The Natural History Museum, Madame Tussauds, Kensington Palace Garden, and Hyde Park itself.
There really is no better location for tourists than Hyde Park; it is a great area to relax in after a busy day visiting all the local attractions. For further information on hotels in the area, visit www.shaftesburyhotels.com.