Central Park Hotel London

Business and leisure hotel situated close to Hyde Park

Central Park Hotel London

Located just metres away from the sprawling greenery of Hyde Parks north side, the Central Park Hotel London is ideally positioned for those who need of quick access to the city centre but wish for a slightly slower pace to their stay. Primarily intended for business travel, the hotel also accommodates those travelling at their leisure.

The 3-star property includes bedrooms with spacious ensuite bathrooms as standard. In your room youll find a television with satellite channels, hairdryer, and direct-dial telephone, as well as complimentary toiletries, a small fridge, and a lockable safe. A desk is also supplied for those with urgent work to be completed. A number of business services are also elsewhere in the building, from standard fax/internet provision to meeting rooms. A cocktail bar and lounge mean that you dont have to look for food and drink offsite.

The Central Park Hotel London lies close to some beautiful scenery. If you venture away from the hotel youre only moments away from the finery of Kensington Gardens, the former private garden of Kensington Palace. The park is perfect for a gentle stroll away from the hustle and bustle of central London.

Neighbouring Hyde Park tends to be a hive of activity, particularly during the summer. You can expect joggers, cyclists, and skaters circling the many tracks, whilst picnics, dog-walking, and ballgames are common day-to-day practices. Between June and September musical concerts are held in the centre of the park. World-famous artists perform to thousands of people, an awesome experience under sunshine, but not quite so enjoyable in the London rain. The Serpentine, a man-made lake, lies at the south end of the park and is perfect for boating, wildlife watching, or just relaxing.

Central Park Hotel London

At the other end of the scale, the hotel resides just moments away from the ever-busy Oxford Street, a commercial and shopping hotspot. Flagship stores of all of the UKs main retailers tend to be based here, or on Regent Street which branches off at Oxford Circus. If youre looking to spend a lot of time and a lot of money, this is the place for you. Stores remain open during most evenings so visiting a little later is recommended.

Those in search of a little culture might want to take the time to visit some of the regions historic buildings. The Royal Albert Hall, a fantastic concert hall that is home to the Proms during the summer, can be seen from Hyde Park. A little further afield in Covent Garden, amongst the multitude of theatre houses, youll find the London Opera House and Coliseum, both of which are beautiful buildings and offer beautiful performances. A walk down nearby Park Lane displays some of the most expensive properties, commercial and residential, in the city, as well as some intriguing architecture.

Suitable for business and pleasure, the Central Park Hotel London provides a pleasant gateway to the wonders of the capital. Without need for any form of transport you can find yourself in some of the finest settings London has to offer.

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