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Hyde Park is the epicentre of London life as well as the one of the biggest Royal Parks in the city. Spread over 3,530 acres, it is home to the famous Speakers Corner as well as the Serpentine lake and art gallery. Throughout the summer there are a variety of concerts seeing some of the world's most famous artists play to huge audiences in the centre of Hyde Park.
You'll find restaurants and cafés by the Serpentine lake to help you make the most of one London's most beautiful retreats.
Hotels near Hyde Park, London
Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel
The Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt is a short walk away from Hyde Park, taking in the Natural History Museum and Science Museum along the way. You'll arrive at the south side of Hyde Park near the Royal Albert Hall and not far from the Serpentine lake.
The Radisson Blu Edwardian Sussex Hotel gives you access to Hyde Park from the North West area near Speakers Corner - a famed spot for the people of London to stand up and have their say. You'll also be close to London's famous Park Lane which runs along the perimiter of Hyde Park.
A stroll along Oxford Street from the Radisson Blu Edwardian Berkshire Hotel will take you past Bond Street and up to Marble Arch where you can explore Hyde Park from Park Lane. Take in Speakers Corner as you emerge into the park.