• The Serpentine lake, Hyde Park

    Luxury Holiday Houses and Apartments in Hyde Park

    Hyde Park

    Initially the private hunting grounds for King Henry VIII, the sound of thundering hooves in Hyde Park has been replaced by thoughtful debates, live music and artistic sculptures.

    Highly sought after, Hyde Park apartments, London immerse you in a rich tapestry of history, stitched with important social and cultural movements that have defined the city today. Winston Churchill, Karl Marx and George Orwell have all taken a stand at the Speakers Corner, The Rolling Stones and Queen have played in the Cockpit and monuments commemorating some of Britain’s most memorable moments gleam proudly under the sun. Spend the festive period in one of Hyde Park’s superior apartments and watch the grounds light up for Winter Wonderland. This area is far more than its 350 acres of picturesque grounds. Just north of the park, the compendium of crescents and squares in Hyde Park Estate is home to recognisable names while towards the south and past the adjoining the namesake gardens sits Grade II-listed Kensington Palace; stay in Hyde Park’s luxury apartments to feel like an A-lister.


    Cafes & Restaurants

    There is a variety of places to eat near Hyde Park but the key to starting off the day on the right foot is a perfectly brewed cuppa and some fresh air. The Italian Gardens Café, nestled between the trees in Kensington Gardens offers just that. If a flat white isn’t enough, sample a unicorn latte and a dose of female empowerment at Saint Aymes, who’s luxury chocolates sprinkled with 24ct edible gold debuted at the Saatchi Gallery. For a true British experience drop by the Withdrawing Room for high tea in Hyde Park London.

    For dinner, if you’re feeling bold, Casa Malevo introduces dishes from South America, while Zuma's Japanese menu is all about sharing. On Hyde Park Corner, restaurants take their cues from Michelin-starred Céleste. Headed up by Darcio Henriques, it provides exceptional British food under a domed glass roof peppered with ornate chandeliers. In Hyde Park, London, restaurants are plentiful as they are diverse.
    Among the 19th century British architecture is a wealth of international flavours that will cater to both adventurous and more selective diners alike. If you’re feeling a little bold, Casa Malevo introduces dishes from South America, while Zuma’s Japanese menu is all about sharing. Michelin-starred Céleste, headed up by Darcio Henriques, provides exceptional British food under a domed glass roof peppered with ornate chandeliers. Whatever you’re in the mood for, there’s a restaurant near Hyde Park for you.

    What to do in Hyde Park

    When it comes to things to do in Hyde Park, this neighbourhood has much more to offer than statues and eateries. Housed in a Grade-II listed erstwhile tea pavilion, the Serpentine Gallery has been exhibiting the work of pioneering artists since 1970, from Andy Warhol to Damien Hirst. Their collections are on display across two sites. The Serpentine Sackler Gallery, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects was opened in 2013, breathing new life into a Grade II-listed former gunpowder store. Every year, its summer pavilion is handed over to a celebrated architect and is subjected to a complete refurbishment that erects a new architectural landmark in front of the gallery.

    London’s cultural diversity comes to the fore at the Park Gallery, were contemporary Middle Eastern art takes centre stage. The London branch of the international Gagosian gallery has displayed artists from Picasso to Francis Bacon with three locations across the city.


    You’ve started the day with a energising brew and now you’re ready to indulge your inner style guru. Although nearby Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Westbourne Grove might beckon, visiting Connaught Village is, in our opinion, one of best things to do in Hyde Park, London. Niece of internationally renowned Jimmy Choo has set up shop here, where stylishly designed shoes offer irresistible levels of comfort. The Place London for Women and nearby The Place London for Men present curated collections of designer labels that are sure to win you over. Connaught Village is all about individuality; KINDARE, brainchild of runway legend Kinder Aggugini allows each piece to be customised.

    The irresistible scent of a beautifully hand-tied bouquet is bound to re-energise after a hectic day of exploring. Pal, Scott and Linda at Goode Flowers have been putting smiles on faces for years with their creative arrangements. If you need flowers for a special occasion, head north of the park and you’ll be in good hands at the Flower Boutique.

    A green expanse

    Grade-I listed Hyde Park stretches across 250 acres so you’re sure to find space to roll out your picnic blanket. First, take a moment to smell the flowers and admire the work of Colvin & Moggridge Landscape Architects who designed the brilliantly colourful and delightfully fragrant Rose Garden. Curious about the city’s complex history? There’s plenty of memorials scattered throughout the premise that unravel Britian’s rich past, including the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain.

    Now separated by the Serpentine lake, Kensington Gardens was once a part of Hyde Park. Hugging the estate of Kensington Palace. Make sure to visit the Italian Gardens, an ornamental water garden tucked away on the north side of the gardens near Lancaster Gate. If you prefer the heritage vibe, nearby Green Park and St James's Park both border Buckingham Palace.

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