Hotels Near The Serpentine Galleries Hyde Park
Located on the tranquil street of Queensborough Terrace in Central London, Queen’s Park Hotel is a stunning Victoria building dating back to the 1900’s and it is superbly located close to Hyde Park which is only a 15 minute walk and is home to the Serpentine Gallery, a free contemporary art gallery in the Kensington Gardens. At the Queens Park Hotel, all guests are treated to exceptionally comfortable hotel rooms which include views of the city of London while there are plenty of dining options nearby as well as the ‘Terrace Restaurant’ which is located in Queen’s Park Hotel.
When you arrive at Queen’s Park Hotel, you have to make sure you check out Hyde Park during your stay. Hyde Park is the largest of the Royal Parks in London. It was first established by King Henry VIII in 1536 but wasn’t open to the public until 1637 and it quickly became a popular location for May Day parades.
Hyde Park is also known for having many peaceful areas with beautiful scenic surroundings as well as notable cultural attractions that command the attention of tourists from around the UK and the world. Once such notable attraction, located quite centrally, is the main Serpentine Gallery with the Serpentine Sackler gallery also just moments away. They are situated either side of the Serpentine lake from which the Serpentine Galleries get their name.
The galleries are both free admission and are wheelchair accessible making them a great option to suit everyone’s needs. Each Summer a new architect is commissioned to develop a temporary Summer pavilion. The pavilion structures usually stand for 3 months during the Summer giving people lots of time to come and see the work of the design team.
While staying at Queens Park Hotel, make your visit to Hyde Park a part of your larger exploration of London. To help make planning your trip a lot easier, check out our Journey Planner for more info.
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