Easy 5 min walk to Heathrow Express train which by far the easiest and fastest way to get to the London area from Heathrow. Easy 5 min walk to the Underground Central Line to get to most sight in London
Second time I’ve stayed here. Great location, staff lovely. Disappointed in my room selection this time around. Will book the grand room again next time. Found the double executive a bit small and not as nice. Found the breakfast to be average.
Lovely hotel in a beautiful part of London. Rooms were a bit snug but still very nice, and clean.
Our room looked out directly over Hyde Park. Very beautiful!
Would recommend and stay again. Wish they had a little steam/sauna room but all in all a very nice place to stay!
Great location by the tube and Kensington Park. Nothing can beat the location. Hotel is too old. Elevator is only for one person and super slow. If you are on upper levels, you have some vertical transportation issues. Rooms are very clean. TV channels are very basic and focused on shopping. No news ...
Nice hotel near Paddington Station. Rooms are cosy but comfortable and very up to date.
Very nice place well situated. The staff was very helpful with directions
The Gore was a lovely experience. Very good restaurant, warm, helpful staff and a comfortable, quiet room. The Gore is walk-ing distance from museums, Harrods and a block from Kensington Park. I hope to stay here again!
Knightsbridge's Hyde Park sits in a location known for being walkable. The university setting alone might allure you, but this locale also has a variety of options for restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. You can experience some local theater, or enjoy the natural beauty of the parks. Hyde Park is a good place to start before exploring the greater London area. Book your hotel and get ready for some sightseeing.
In addition to Hyde Park, there's plenty more to see and do in London. Many visitors like to do some shopping while in town, but there are a number of other activities. The museums and theaters provide some cultural flavor, while the monuments and historic sites offer insight into local lore.
Hyde Park, Green Park, or Kensington Gardens are ideal spots to enjoy the outdoors. Explore nature at Highbury Fields and Clissold Park. Looking for a little retail therapy? Consider a shopping trip to Harrods, Beauchamp Place, and Selfridges. Whiteleys Shopping Centre, Lord's Cricket Ground, and Stamford Bridge Stadium are other spots for some local fun.
You can buy tickets to live performances at Royal Albert Hall, Victoria Palace Theatre, and Apollo Victoria Theatre. Browse the collections at Victoria and Albert Museum, London Science Museum, or London Natural History Museum. Swing by Apsley House, Royal Mews, and Buckingham Palace to learn about local history. Monuments like Brompton Oratory, Wellington Arch, and Albert Memorial honor the area.
Bring the family to London Aquarium, London Dungeon, and London Zoo. A few of the most popular sights in the area include Imperial College London, Trafalgar Square, and Big Ben. You can also head to Hyde Park Corner, Hyde Park Speakers' Corner, and Sloane Square.
Take a plane to London (LCY-London City), located 9.2 miles (14.8 km) from Knightsbridge. It's the closest major airport to Hyde Park. At 12.5 miles (20.1 km), London (LHR-Heathrow) is the next closest airport. If you plan to use public transport, the closest metro stations are Knightsbridge Underground Station and Hyde Park Corner Underground Station.