Hyde Park

One of the many Royal Parks in London, Hyde Park contains vast lawns, gardens, and ponds that are perfect for enjoying on a lovely afternoon. Whether you search for for the Peter Pan statue, go horseback riding, grab a latte at a café, or visit Kensington Palace, there is plenty to do in this nearby park. When King Henry VIII and his court were thundering across Hyde Park in 1536 in pursuit of deer and wild boar, it would have been difficult to visualise that years later the noble art of tai chi would be peacefully performed among the trees in the early morning, and the Italianate tenor of Pavarotti would echo across the park, applauded by vast audiences. Now with concerts, events and sports happening all year round, Hyde Park is a great place to see and feel London and it is walking distance from the Lords Hotel.

Notting Hill

This highly romantic corner of the city is located immediately outside our front doors. With numerous boutiques, antique shops, restaurants, and caf…

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Hyde Park

One of the many Royal Parks in London, Hyde Park contains vast lawns, gardens, and ponds that are perfect for enjoying on a lovely afternoon. Whethe…

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Portobello

The Portobello Road is famous for its market and its Victorian terrace houses and shops. Tourists as well as locals can browse the Portobello Road M…

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