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Knightsbridge Estate Area Guide to Hyde Park, W2

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Hyde park, an example of landscaped parkland is London’s largest royal and arguably most famous park spanning 350 acres. Its large space ensures that the feeling of being overcrowded is never met despite London’s busy lifestyle. London has over 3,000 green parks, making it one of the greenest cities to live in the world.

Hyde Park is an abundance of nature right in the heart of Central London. The park offers residents located nearby the perfect balance of a cosmopolitan, luxury and wellness lifestyle. Located in the middle of London’s top attractions coupled with the ease to enjoy vast space within walking distance is what contributes to the specialness of the location. Hyde park has areas designated to tennis, ice skating, horse riding. It is certainly child friendly too with children playgrounds.

Eating inside Hyde park 

The Lodge Cafe- Freshly prepared British and Continental food.

Serpentine Bar & Kitchen 

A well-rounded brunch and lunch menu. Serving all your favourite British foods. Including: Fish & Chips, Full English Breakfast, Eggs Royale. 

Serpentine Lido

A large Alfresco dining area with both cold & hot options, vegan and vegetarian friendly. 

Hyde park all year round - what to do. 


Serpentine Gallery features contemporary art and a plethora of upcoming artists and entry is Free! 


Swim in the Serpentine Lido, open to the public from May till early September. However, for those part of the Serpentine swimming club, Britain's oldest swimming club, swimming is partaken between the hours of 5:30-9:30 all year round. 

Visit the Rose Garden


Visit Royal Albert Hall, the world’s most famous stage since 1871. Famous performers include The Beatles, Adele, Beyonce and Sinatra


Winter wonderland, London’s biggest and most famous Christmas market. 

How to get to Hyde Park 

Depending on which section of the Park you’re in, accessibility is simple from Marble Arch station (under 2 minutes walk). ( Fun fact- This arch is an attraction in itself, from 1858-1868 it was used a police station as the arch homes 3 small rooms and is located in what used to be the forecourt of Buckingham Palace) Hyde Park Corner (Under 2 minutes walk), Queensway (under two minutes walk) and Knightsbridge (under two minutes walk).