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Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a whopping 350 acre natural haven, located slap bang in the middle of the busy, bustling, concrete jungle that we know as London. King Henry VIII acquired this vast piece of land from the monks of Westminster Abbey, during his Dissolution of the monasteries. It was used by the King and his court to hunt deer and other wild animals as they rode around on their steeds. Public access was not permitted, and the park was kept as a private hunting ground until 1637, when Charles I allowed limited public access and created 'The Ring' - Hyde Park's famous promenade encircled by trees, that can be found just north of the lakes boat houses. The lake itself, named 'The Serpentine', is roughly 11.34 hectares in size, and wasn't actually a part of the park until the 1730's! George II's wife, Queen Caroline, particularly favoured the park, and had many renovations carried out on it, one of which was the creation of 'The Serpentine'.

Hyde Park was considered a sanctuary during the gruesome black plague epidemic of 1665, and many of the cities citizens seeked shelter amongst its trees, flora and fauna, in hopes of evading the deadly disease.

Hyde Park has also played host to many national celebrations, including the magnificent firework display organised by the Prince Regent in 1851, to celebrate the end of the Napoleonic Wars. Not to mention the Great Exhibition that was held there in 1851, or the Silver Jubilee Exhibition of 1977. Hyde Park is also famous for its 'Speakers Corner', which was created due to the argumentative meetings between Edmund Beales Reform League and the local law enforcement in 1866. Today, anybody may speak at Speakers Corners, on whichever subject they choose, and Hyde park is visited by millions each year.


Hotels near Hyde Park


Please select a hotel from the list of hotels in and near Hyde Park. The list below displays hotels within 30 kilometers of Hyde Park.
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45 Park Lane - Dorchester Collection

45 Park Lane , London , W1K 1PN

45 Park Lane - Dorchester Collection is 0.13 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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9.4 out of 10

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London Hilton on Park Lane

22 Park Lane , London , W1K 1BE

London Hilton on Park Lane is 0.13 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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7.9 out of 10

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COMO Metropolitan London

Old Park Lane , London , W1K 1LB

COMO Metropolitan London is 0.17 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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9 out of 10

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The Dorchester - Dorchester Collection

53 Park Lane , London , W1K 1QA

The Dorchester - Dorchester Collection is 0.17 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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9.1 out of 10

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Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Hamilton Place, Park Lane , London , W1J 7DR

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is 0.21 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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9.1 out of 10

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InterContinental London Park Lane

1 Hamilton Place, Park Lane , London , W1J 7QY

InterContinental London Park Lane is 0.23 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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8.4 out of 10

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20 Hertford Street

20 Hertford Street , London , W1J 7RS

20 Hertford Street is 0.23 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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8.1 out of 10

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Park Lane Mews Hotel

2 Stanhope Row, Park Lane , London , W1J 7BS

Park Lane Mews Hotel is 0.24 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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6.9 out of 10

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Sweet Inn - Mayfair

21 Brick street , London , W1 6SL

Sweet Inn - Mayfair is 0.24 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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9.2 out of 10

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17 Hertford Street

17 Hertford Street , London , W1J 7RS

17 Hertford Street is 0.25 kilometers from Hyde Park. Room prices starting from £

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7.9 out of 10

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