Enjoy an amazing weekend at Hyde Park

If you are in London on a business trip and are on the lookout for suitable accommodation, then the hotels at Hyde Park London are out of the best places to stay.

One of the biggest advantages is that they are centrally located, so travel to different parts of the city is relatively easy. In terms of food, drink and entertainment there are ample restaurants, bars and places to explore so you can have a most enjoyable trip to the city. If you have time to spare on weekends you could spend time exploring the following places:

When you tour Hyde Park you will find the Serpentine, a placid lake that is located spot in the middle of the Park. It was the venue for all the swimming events of the 2012 Olympics and is accessible to the public for swimming as well as boating. The provenance of the lake is a natural spring. For those who are keen about modern art there is the Serpentine Gallery which is located at Kensington Gardens. You will be thoroughly impressed with their vast collection of Modern Art that rivals many of the top galleries in the city.

If you feel like indulging yourself you could go in for some luxury shopping at one of the most exclusive districts in London, Mayfair which is synonymous with luxury. It is a short stroll away to the east of Hyde Park and can be accessed via Park Lane. For sheer opulence you can drop in at Harrods, where you can spend the entire afternoon admiring its elegant displays and visiting the numerous shops, boutiques and retail outlets in this most iconic of shopping centres. Its post-Christmas sale is out of the most renowned in the world with some terrific discounts to be had. It lies to the South end of the Park and lies on Brompton Road.

There are other prominent landmarks in the area as well such as Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Roof Gardens and Constitution Hill among other tourist attractions that will ensure that you will never have a dull moment on weekends.

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