Secret Hotels customers can take advantage of exclusive discounted rates on this exceptional 4* Top Secret Hotel, just a stone’s throw from London’s magnificent Hyde Park. This premium, newly refurbished property boasts spacious double en-suite guest rooms each fitted with free Wi-Fi internet, climate control, a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, complimentary luxury toiletries and a whirlpool style bath, amongst other excellent amenities. Guests can indulge themselves in the hotel’s onsite restaurant which specialises in gourmet international cuisine and later sip on cocktails in the adjacent club lounge. Other onsite facilities include an airport shuttle service, car rental desk, currency exchange, 24 hour concierge, tour desk, dry cleaning service and private car transfer service. Don’t miss this unbelievable offer at a hotel near Hyde Park!
Situated in the heart of the upmarket Notting Hill and Bayswater area of west London, this Top Secret Hotel enjoys a highly desirable location for both business and leisure guests. Famously immortalised in the 1999 film Notting Hill starring Julia Roberts, the area is renowned for its weekly Portobello Market which spans from Portobello Road to Notting Hill Gate. Known for its stalls specialising in unique antiques and second-hand vintage fashion, the market attracts thousands of tourists and locals each Saturday hoping to snag a bargain. Notting Hill is also famed for its annual carnival held in August which celebrates Caribbean culture through musical floats, street food stalls and vibrant processions.
Just a stone’s throw from the hotel are the sprawling acres of Royal parkland known as Hyde Park. Divided in two by the Serpentine and Long Water lakes, Hyde Park is the ideal place in which to relax in with a book or a picnic during the warmer summer months in order to escape the rush of the city. Alongside Kensington Gardens, Green Park and St James’ Park, the contiguous area of open green space is known as London’s ‘green lung’ with Hyde Park being especially notable for its Speakers’ Corner. Located to the northeast of the park, Speakers’ Corner is an area dedicated to public open-air speaking and debate and has historically hosted the likes of Marx, Lenin and George Orwell.
To the southeast of Hyde Park lies one of the capital’s most famous tourist attractions, Buckingham Palace. As the most iconic of all the royal residences, the palace draws in millions of visitors each year and during July and August a selection of ornate state rooms and art collections are made open to the public.