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The London Hyde Park Hotel is between Queensway Underground station, on the Central Line, and Notting Hill Gate Underground station, on the Central, District and Circle Lines. Both are 0.2 miles away. The nearest mainline railway station is Paddington, 0.9 miles away. If you fly in to Heathrow Airport you can catch a fast train to Paddington station, also on the District, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Bakerloo Underground Lines. Trains from Wales and western England also terminate at Paddington. Stations in the area are in Travelcard Zone 1. Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City airports are all less than 45 minutes from Central London by train. If you are travelling by car, the area is outside the London Congestion Charge Zone and has charged car parking spaces. It is easy to get a taxi from the hotel and several buses stop nearby.
This 213-bedroom Doubletree by Hilton hotel is on the corner of Kensington Gardens, which forms one of London’s largest green spaces with Hyde Park. This is a lovely place for a picnic and is often a venue for events and music concert. This summer it will hold the 2012 Olympics Triathlon and 10km Open Water Swimming contests.
You walk through Kensington Gardens to the Serpentine, Princess Diana Memorial (1.0 miles away), Hyde Park and Green Park to Buckingham Palace (2.5 miles from the hotel). Kensington Palace is 0.8 miles from the hotel. Queensway, with restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world, is 0.2 miles from the hotel. Whiteleys shopping centre, on Queensway, has a bowling alley and a cinema as well as shops.
The Gate Theatre is 0.3 miles away, Portobello Road, famous for its antiques market, is 0.4 miles away, the Museum of Brands is 0.8 miles away and the Royal Albert Hall is 1.0 miles away. Trendy Notting Hill is easy to reach on foot and you can get to the West End by tube or bus for sightseeing and entertainment.
A stylish, modern 4-Star hotel, the London Hyde Park offers single bedrooms, twins, doubles, executive doubles and a suite. Even the standard rooms have Hypnos beds with Egyptian cotton bedding. Standard bedrooms also have en-suite bathrooms, flat screen TVs with high-speed internet access, movies on demand and radio. Rooms have a direct-dial telephone, full-length mirror, hairdryer, opening windows, toiletries, tea and coffee-making facilities with biscuits, trouser press and desk.
On the top floor, executive rooms and the suite have views of the park and complimentary internet access. Additional facilities in superior rooms include a multimedia package, national morning paper, check-in from noon, still and sparkling water, enhanced toiletries and extra delicious biscuits.
You can wine and dine at the London Hyde Park Hotel. The Brasserie, decorated with original paintings, offers a menu that ranges from sandwiches to full meals including griddled sirloin steak and also has a weekly themed cuisine night. You can follow your meal with coffee in the Arts Bar, which also serves afternoon cream teas and drinks. Wireless internet access is available in the restaurant and bar. Room service is available 24 hours each day.