The days are getting shorter, the wind that little bit chillier, but what a great time to explore London in all its sparkly splendour!
Lords Hotel London is pleased to announce its beautiful new 6 bedded family rooms so you can all come and enjoy the November highlights in the magical run up to Christmas.
Our rooms offer the simple comfort you have come to expect, the convenient location of Notting Hill and Hyde Park on our doorstep, and the excellent value, including free continental breakfast, ensuring you have the fuel needed to go out and make the most of the day and start preparing for those gift gathering opportunities!
Don’t forget to book directly with us for the best rates, what are you waiting for?
Feel The Magic of Oxford Street – Ongoing
Christmas is coming! Get ready for Oxford Street’s iconic lights, sparkling surprises over Magic Days and an incredible charity partnership with Starlight.
Battersea Park Fireworks
4 & 5 November
Bonfire Night Saturday 4th November:
Brand new for 2023, we are so excited to introduce Bonfire Village. Open until 11PM. Bonfire Village is where you can find all things exciting before and after the Fireworks Display.
Back by popular demand as one of the true November London highlights, will be the awe-inspiring Bonfire, as well as the stunning Fireworks display taking place at its usual time of approximately 8PM.
But this year the fun doesn’t end right after the show. Stick around in Bonfire Village, soak up the atmosphere and enjoy a drink to some live music and DJ late into the evening.
For the first time ever, Battersea Park Fireworks will stay open until 11PM for all of our Saturday ticket holders.
Family Night Sunday 5th November:
Battersea’s epic Bluey and Bingo show will repeat numerous times before the Fireworks Display (at it’s usual time of 7.10PM). After each of the Bluey & Bingo shows, there will also be a kids disco – so the little ones can shake a leg and let off some steam.
The Lord Mayor’s Show is the oldest, longest, least rehearsed and best loved civic procession in the world. It is an ancient statement of London’s defiance, a medieval display of pomp and pageantry and a modern celebration of our strength and diversity.