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Bayswater

£Call for quote
5 min

A three bedroom, fifth floor flat located opposite Hyde Park, Porchester Gate Serviced Apartment offers a truly exceptional home from home experience right in the heart of the English capital. The apartment enjoys three en-suite bathrooms and plenty of great features, but undoubtedly the best thing about it is the open plan main living and cooking area, with stylish and sleek kitchen units, including a curving central island, and a wonderful open space with views out across Hyde Park.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bayswater

From £270 per night
5 min

Great for a longer stay in London, this two bedroom split-level apartment contrasts a modern interior with an equally stunning exterior, due to an impressive stucco facade. The lift access into the Snow on the Slopes Serviced Apartment adds an extra special touch as guests arrive, and the layout and ample skylights mean lofty ceilings and good natural light throughout. All the amenities for an independent stay are present, with special highlights being the air conditioning and luxury mattresses.

Min. Stay 62 nights

Bayswater

£Call for quote
6 min

Lancaster Gate Serviced Apartment presents a welcoming studio apartment located in Bayswater and within easy walking distance of Lancaster Gate Underground Station, providing easy access to the rest of London. This studio features good quality furnishings, including a comfortable bed and a functional fully furnished kitchen for guests to enjoy some home-cooked food. Guests can also make the most of a flat screen TV and Wi-Fi internet, allowing them to relax after a hard day at work.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hyde Park

From £155 per night
6 min

Set within a beautiful period façade, and ideally placed with London Paddington just a few minutes’ walk away and the large open space of Hyde Park a similar distance, the Hyde Park Serviced Apartment is a wonderful one bedroom offering. As tasteful and elegant inside as it is outside, the period charm blends seamlessly with modern convenience and comfort, so that the result is a well-equipped apartment, featuring a bathroom with tub, kitchen with laundry facilities, TV and Wi-Fi.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hyde Park

From £139 per night
6 min

These light and airy apartments offer balconies for selected units, providing extra space and comfort. The one bedroom premium apartments offer additional space and a formal dining area, perfect for entertaining friends or gathering round the table for a meal with colleagues. A range of facilities are available for guests including all the crockery and utensils required to cook independently and a weekly housekeeping service provides fresh linen and towels.

Min. Stay 6 nights

Paddington

From £290 per night
7 min

This large and stunning home is situated in the Paddington area of London and boasts four double bedrooms with a huge master room. Tall Georgian windows let in plenty of light, making the most of the tasteful decor, while it’s well-kept wooden floorboards underfoot. Duchess of Sussex serviced accommodation also has a state-of-the-art kitchen that will be perfect for those who want to self-cater during their stay. The accommodation lies less than a five-minute walk from Paddington Railway Station.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bayswater

£Call for quote
7 min

A double bedroom and two single sofa beds allow up to four guests to stay at one time at the Hyde Park Estate Serviced Apartment. This well-placed property is convenient for Hyde Park, for shopping in Oxford Street and also for Paddington Railway Station. Simple and elegant, with splashes of colour and plenty of space, this characterful apartment is ideal for a short stay in London. The lounge has a corner sofa and a lovely wooden floor and the kitchen has a washing machine and a dishwasher.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Paddington

From £478 per night
7 min

Perfect for a large group of contractors needing to stay in the centre of London, Southwick Sanctuary serviced accommodation can sleep an astonishing 18 guests, has five bathrooms and six bedrooms, plus plenty of communal space – including an outside area. Southwick Sanctuary boasts a large kitchen with multiple ovens and an upright fridge/freezer that incorporates an icemaker, allowing lots of room for everyone to use the facilities. This is less than a 10-minute walk from Paddington Station.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Mayfair

From £600 per night
8 min

Mayfair Serviced Apartment is a great property for families and lies just off Park Lane and Hyde Park. It has three bedrooms – two doubles and a twin – and exudes regal splendour throughout every room. The fabulous kitchen includes a double oven, a huge extractor fan and plenty of worktop space, boasting a pull-down tap and even a TV to enjoy while cooking. There are plenty of options for bathing and the 10-seat dining table with overhead chandelier is ideal when entertaining.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Marylebone

£Call for quote
8 min

Perfectly placed a short five minute walk from Marble Arch Underground station, Upper Berkeley Serviced Apartment is located on the second floor of a beautiful Georgian property. Spacious and well lit with natural light, the living area has been exceptionally furnished, there is an antique fireplace and a sofa bed which can sleep an additional two guests. A bright double bedroom includes linen and towels, along with two fitted wardrobes, providing an abundance of storage space.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Knightsbridge

8 min

Knightsbridge Serviced Apartments lie close to the A4 Cromwell Road in Knightsbridge, within easy reach of Hyde Park and the Natural History Museum. One, two and three bedroom apartments are available, providing luxurious options with classical décor for business and leisure travellers looking to stay in an exclusive part of Central London. All apartments include full cooking facilities, in-apartment laundry and the option of housekeeping each day. Underground parking is also available.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Paddington

From £150 per night
8 min

With delicate London style, the one bedroom Paddington Radnor W2 Serviced Apartment is a lovely spot for a stay in the English capital, both because of its personality and its proximity to transport links – whether travelling to and from or within London. The apartment has good storage in an in-built mirrored wardrobe and the kitchen has laundry facilities, while there is access to attractive, well-tended gardens. The character even shows through in the bathroom’s gorgeous roll-top bath.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Knightsbridge

From £245 per night
8 min

Beaufort House offers a range of one, two, three and four bedroom serviced apartments situated in the popular Knightsbridge district in the heart of London. Each apartment provides a fully-equipped kitchen and a spacious living area, complete with everything guests should need to relax during their stay. Guests staying at Beaufort House can also benefit from access to a range of facilities, such as a spa, well-equipped gym and a swimming pool.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Westminster

From £122 per night
8 min

Just off the A5 Edgware Road, within easy reach of Oxford Street, Hyde Park and Paddington, guests will enjoy this cosy and practical two bedroom serviced apartment. The property has a separate kitchen and lounge/dining area, as well as another reception space with a handy work desk. There is also a bathroom that includes a tub and a heated towel rail. Kendal Street Serviced Apartment has excellent storage in the master bedroom and a sofa bed in the lounge gives extra flexibility.

Min. Stay 5 nights

Paddington

From £135 per night
8 min

Each of these two and three bedroom serviced apartments offer guests a great range of facilities to enjoy during their stay at Harrowby Street. Inside, the apartments provide a fully-equipped kitchen and a spacious living/dining area, complete with a dining table and chairs, as well as a television with Freeview, so guests can relax in their own space. As well as this, guests staying at Harrowby Street can also benefit from a 24 hour reception, free WiFi internet access and a weekly housekeeping service.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Mayfair

From £234 per night
8 min

These one and two bedroom serviced apartments feature fully-equipped kitchens, spacious lounges and work desks so guests can work from home or continue working in the evenings. The premium apartments offer more space and a separate kitchen or an additional dressing room to the bedroom. For even more space, the two bedroom penthouse apartments include a private terrace, accessible from the master bedroom and the main living area.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Paddington

From £262 per night
9 min

In the Paddington area, close to the busy railway station, Norfolk Maisonette serviced accommodation is a four bedroom property and boasts four bathrooms, enjoying a modern feel throughout while maintaining plenty of character. There is a good-sized kitchen that would make for a wonderful communal space when preparing meals, plus there is a living room with dedicated workspace off to one side. As well as an eight-seat dining table, there is also a four-seat breakfast table with barstool seating.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Paddington

From £325 per night
9 min

This good-sized property is ideal for coming and going via nearby Paddington Station. Escalier Mews serviced accommodation has three bedrooms and can typically accommodate up to six guests. There are two bathrooms and the communal areas are a particular treat, with a huge kitchen/diner than boasts plenty of worktop and a sturdy six-seat dining table, along with a lounge with a corner sofa and – of all things – a window in the floor. There is also a utility space and a secondary sitting area.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Mayfair

From £650 per night
9 min

The Brick Street Serviced Apartments comprise of a selection of luxury accommodation options, each fitted with the finest furnishings and modern décor. Guests will be provided with all the homely amenities they could require for a prolonged stay. The two bedroom apartments include ensuite bathrooms to the master bedrooms and a private courtyard. The living spaces offer contemporary lounges, dining rooms, with Wi-Fi throughout, while the kitchens feature sleek pine and black granite worktops.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Paddington

From £192 per night
9 min

Situated next to Paddington train station, guests will have easy access to transport links including the over-ground and Underground train services. Business travellers located here will also be perfectly placed for London’s many attractions, such as Hyde Park, Regent’s Park and the famous Mayfair. These striking mews houses offer split-level apartments with a bedroom on the ground floor, kitchen on the first floor and master bedroom with an en-suite and balcony on the top floor.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About London Hyde Park

Overview

Hyde Park is a vast island of green in the centre of the UK's biggest city. Surrounded by exclusive areas like Mayfair and South Kensington, it's a great place for corporate travellers to locate themselves while in London.


About Hyde Park

One of the city’s Royal Parks, Hyde Park covers a massive 350 acres of central London. The Grade I-listed park is renowned for both being a place for people to relax and unwind, as well as being a home for world-class concerts and events. Bordering Kensington to the south and west and Park Lane to the east, business travellers often find their way to this area of the capital, with serviced apartments being a great way to make the most of their stay.

The area’s approximate 150,000 population can benefit from not only the Park’s own features but also the surrounding prosperous districts. The Royal Albert Hall lies just to the south of Hyde Park, while two of London’s well-known commercial streets, Oxford Street and Piccadilly, meet the north-east and south-east corners respectively. Mayfair is to the east beyond Park Lane, one of London’s most well thought of districts and home to several foreign embassies. All this, combined with access to the events and attractions within the park itself, create a demand for serviced apartments in Hyde Park.

HISTORY

Hyde Park may nowadays be a hub for entertainment, significant events and labelled one of the biggest London attractions, history suggests the land was used for a variety of other purposes. The monks of Westminster Abbey owned the land around the time of the Domesday Book when it was merely meadows dotted with trees and home to the likes of roaming deer, boar and wild bulls. It was not until 1536 that King Henry VII seized the land from the monks and converted it into a vast hunting park which stretched from Kensington to Westminster. The Park then became open to the public in 1637 once King Charles I had a ‘Ring’ circular track constructed on the land where the royal court could drive their carriages.

This enabled bigger changes to happen later under King William (1689) when Nottingham House became Kensington Palace. The first English road to be lit at night was also created as a processional route through the park. Makeovers, involving the creation of the Serpentine River, were then undertaken by Queen Caroline and King George VI throughout the nineteenth century. Hyde Park, however, remains exactly how architect Decimus Burton left it two centuries ago, which some locals nowadays treasure most about the land. Booking a stay in Hyde Park city apartments enables any guest the chance to see what the green has become today and how it is now a modern-day figurehead in London.

BUSINESS AT HYDE PARK

The GLA Well-being index has previously ranked Hyde Park amongst the best 25% locations in London for well-being, based on measures of health, economic security, safety, families, accessibility and community. 95% of the people have also shown satisfaction toward the parks and have a good perception of safety in the area. Ultimately, it would seem Hyde Park already has a strong framework and environment capable of delivering business success. In fact, since 2008 there have been over 2,500 business start-ups across Hyde Park. It comes as no surprise staying in Hyde Park corporate accommodation has become so popular

Businesses must recognise the benefits of relocating to an area which brings in such a significant number of tourists attending some of the country’s biggest events. The Park has played host to the popular ‘Hyde Park Summer Music Festival’, ‘Winter Wonderland’, the BBC Proms, various Royal Gun Salutes and one of the bigger celebrations marking Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday. It is the work of the stakeholder group of residents and councillors which make these events a success, and ultimately support the incomes of nearby profiting businesses. The increasing success of these events can also only mean further development to the area too, which should bode well for enterprises locating in Hyde Park in the future.

ENJOYING THE PARK

One of Britain’s best Royal Parks can be appreciated most when staying in Hyde Park aparthotels. As well as the numerous annual events and celebrations that are held on the land, Hyde Park and its neighbour, Kensington Gardens, also have many pleasant attractions. The Diana Memorial Fountain and Albert Memorial are great tributes worth visiting, beautifully commemorating the life of Princess Diana and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Queen Victoria’s consort.

The most significant tribute to royalty though is on Kensington Gardens. For a small price, visitors can explore Kensington Palace, the birthplace and intimate childhood home of Queen Victoria and other young royals who stayed there for over 300 years. Highlights include the spectacular Queen’s Staircase, the Gallery exhibition and lovely Kensington private gardens. A whole day can be spent exploring here, thanks also to the accompanying ‘Orangery’ restaurant in the garden pavilion.

Intersecting both Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens is the Serpentine River and its galleries on either side. These exhibitions are hugely popular, attracting more than a million visitors every year with many considering them to be amongst Britain’s most important contemporary galleries. Displayed here is works from the likes of Andy Warhol, Man Ray and Damien Hirst, which are best reflected when the gallery hosts the temporary summer pavilion, created by a leading English architect.

Also popular, and right on the corner of Hyde Park is Apsley House and its Duke of Wellington Museum. Following a famous victory at Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington added a gallery to the building. A magnificent collection of paintings is on show here, along with numerous gifts given to the Duke throughout his life. There is a variety of Dutch, Spanish and British works involved in the collection too, which help create a completely unique museum experience. The most significant piece commemorating the Waterloo victory is the Wellington Arch. A bronze statue of Wellington himself on horseback alongside a spectacular chariot with a figure of Peace are sights to behold.

In summary, Hyde Park is brimming with cultural exclusiveness and business potential, making for a great place for the corporate traveller to relocate. Even those staying temporarily in Hyde Park short term accommodation can be hooked onto what the area offers for both the corporate and leisurely traveller. 

 

 

 

Transport

By Air

Either side of Hyde Park in the east and the west are the two closest airports, London Heathrow (LHR) and London City (LCY). Both can either be accessed via a 30-60 minute car journey or from tube or train stations on site of the airports.

Taxi transfers and bus travel is also available at both these airports.

By Train

The closest railway stations to Hyde Park are London Marylebone, Paddington, West Brompton and Victoria stations. As well as offering above-ground train services, these stations also offer underground rail options.

By car, these stations are around fifteen minutes away.

By Metro

Hyde Park is blessed with a great variety of nearby tube stations, likely to accommodate the millions of travellers who visit the area every year.

London Underground stations surround the Park in every direction including; Lancaster Gate, Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, Bayswater and Queensway.

Hyde Park Corner

The hub for bus services in the area is Hyde Park Corner. A range of bus operators and services stop along this road, providing transport further across the area and beyond to other London districts.