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Hyde Park Introduction

In a metropolis famous for its urban green spaces, Hyde Park stands out from the crowd. It was delineated way back in the 1530s by Henry VIII, intended as a royal hunting ground. These days, it bustles with London life as commuters, strollers and joggers move through its pathways and lawns. Meanwhile, Serpentine Lake wiggles through its centre, complete with striking memorials and statues. Speakers' Corner comes with a menagerie of public performances and curious characters. There are winter wonderlands at Christmastime and open-air rock concerts in the summer. It's a real staple of the city.

Hyde Park Hotels

There are all sorts of Hyde Park hotels to choose from. Budget hostels with dorm rooms hide behind some of the whitewashed Georgian facades around Bayswater, rubbing shoulders with regal hotels with multiple wings and spa facilities. There are swish 5-star digs, too – names like Mandarin Oriental and Bulgari herald them on the streets of well-to-do Knightsbridge. Whatever sort of accommodation you're after, it's likely that you'll be able to bag the best bargains in spring and autumn. That dodges the summer rush of visitors, and means coming outside of the pricy festive season.

Where to stay around Hyde Park

There are Hyde Park hotel deals to be had in loads of London neighbourhoods – this pocket of urban greenery is huge, spreading into countless areas of the capital. Start with the jet setter places in the area of Knightsbridge, where doorstep access to Harrods meets 5-star ratings and Art Deco spas. Moving east from there will reveal the stylish business hotels of Mayfair, where the lobbies are clad in marble and the bars clink with champagne flutes. On the north side of the park is Paddington, home to more affordable family hotels with a regal English twist.

Things to see near Hyde Park

Hyde Park marks the western end of Central London. Just a short stroll to the south of Speaker's Corner is where you'll find the home of the Queen: Buckingham Palace, fronted by the grand Victoria Memorial and the straight-faced royal guards. Along the border of the park to the west of that is the world-famous Natural History Museum, a place to spy out blue whale skeletons and unravel tales of prehistoric mankind. Keep going that way and you'll soon find handsome Kensington Palace. Inside are opulent court rooms and relics of former residents like Queen Victoria.

How to get to Hyde Park

The best way to get to Hyde Park is on the London Underground. You can hop on that from most of the capital's major rail and bus hubs, and easily transfer to the system from airports like Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted. Be sure to check the map before you plan your journey because there are a number of stations that pepper the boundaries of the park itself. You could get off at Hyde Park Corner to hit Buckingham Palace and the southern lawns. Or, you could go to Queensway, Lancaster Gate or Marble Arch to see the north side.

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