London is a shopper's paradise, with countless options for every taste, style and budget. Whether you're looking for luxury brands, vintage treasures, quirky finds or bargain deals, you'll find it all in the capital.
Are you looking for a relaxing and refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of London? If so, you should visit the Garden Terrace at Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel.
London is a fantastic destination for families, as it offers a wide range of activities and events that cater to all ages and interests. Whether you want to explore the city's rich history and culture, enjoy some thrilling entertainment and attractions, or relax in nature and green spaces, you'll find plenty of things to do in London with kids.
The Musical is a dazzling adaptation of the film, featuring original music by rock legend Bryan Adams and his long-time songwriting partner Jim Vallance. It tells the tale of Vivian, a down-and-out sex worker who meets Edward, a wealthy businessman who hires her to escort him to several high-society events.
The hotel also has several meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 40 people. The meeting rooms are equipped with the latest technology, such as LCD projectors, screens, flipcharts and audio-visual equipment.
The Merlin London Attractions Pass is valid for 90 days from your first visit to Madame Tussauds London, which you must visit first. You can then visit the other four attractions at your own pace and convenience.
The Paddington Bear Walking Tour is a great way to explore London and revisit the London sights associated with the stories of Paddington Bear. The tour lasts approximately two hours and 30 minutes and departs at 10.30am outside the Paddington Shop inside Paddington Railway Station.
Donatello: Sculpting the Renaissance is on at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) and the dinosaur fossils are waiting at the Natural History Museum. Entertain and educate simultaneously at the London Science Museum with their much anticipated immersive ‘Science Fiction: Voyage To The Edge Of Imagination’ London science exhibition.
Marking Disney’s 100-year anniversary, the immersive Disney exhibition in London is aimed at young adults and includes multi-sensory installations of Alice in Wonderland, Lilo & Stitch, The Lion King and Mickey and Friends.
A Little Life in London Theatreland has a star-studded cast including Luke Thompson from ‘Bridgerton’ playing Willem, an aspirational actor; Zach Wyatt from ‘The Witcher’ playing Malcolm, a successful architect; and Omari Douglas from ‘It’s A Sin’ playing JB, a struggling artist.
London Book Fair 2023 has been running consistently for many decades and has become one the most respected events in London’s event calendar. Taking place in Olympia London, London Book Fair 2023 is just a 15 drive from our boutique hotel in Paddington, Mercure London Hyde Park.
Elton John in London O2 Arena is the finale to Elton John’s illustrious 50-year career during which he became one of the most successful male solo artists of all time.
Come and spend your Easter holidays in London with us at Mercure London Hyde Park. We are the perfect family-friendly hotel in London with our spacious family rooms and child-friendly facilities.
Peaky Blinders The Rise at Camden Garrison in Camden Lock Market runs for two hours and tickets are available Wednesday to Sunday throughout March, April and May 2023.
Joined by huge collaborators: D12, Obie Trice, Versatile and Tha Dogg Pound, Snoop Dogg London Tour hits the stage at the London O2 Arena on Tuesday 21 March 2023.
If you feel like us, you can hardly believe that January has already come to an end, and New Year’s Eve seems like a distant memory that kind of happened yesterday. February can feel like a fallow month due to its length, it’s coming towards the end of winter and the days of the sun setting at 3.59pm.
Planning a family staycation in London and looking for things to do with the little (or not so little) ones? We know that with so many options you’re truly spoilt for choice with activities and events during your February half term holidays in London. From thrilling museums, immersive art exhibitions and awe-inspiring theatre shows throughout London the choices are endless.
Whether it’s your first time in London or your one hundredth visit, if you’re here to see the sights, more often than not the most efficient way to see the City is by using a local tour guide. You can see this amazing City in a multitude of different ways; you can race down the River Thames hiring a boat or catch an Uber boat (yes they’re a thing!), ...
Every year the BRITs Week shows take place around the time of The BRIT Awards, this year the ceremony takes place on Saturday February 11th and will celebrate a year of outstanding British music.
It can certainly be said that Vault Festival has been through the ringer the last 24 months; after subsequently being shut down whilst at its’ peak in March of 2020, being unable to run throughout 2021 and suffering a huge loss by having to cancel just a few weeks before its 2022 installation anyone would have believed this may be the end.
The London Art Fair had it inauguration in 1989 and was founded by London’s Business Design Centre where the Fair continues to take place to this day. The purpose of The London Art Fair is to provide a space in which artists from all over the globe are able to showcase their exceptional Modern and Contemporary Art, and where art aficionados are able to both view and purchase the artworks.
The exhibition is running until Sunday 21st May 2023 in the Blavatnik Building in the Tate Modern, it is free entry for members and £16 for non-members. Advance booking is recommended and concessions are available. The exhibition is also open until 10pm for Tate Modern Lates session times.
Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park was inaugurated in 1872 by an act of parliament that set aside a small part of Hyde Park explicitly for the use of public speaking. If you don’t know where Speakers’ Corner is, you can find it on the north-east side of Hyde Park, the two nearest tube stations being Marble Arch and Oxford Circus just to give you some idea.
In January 2023, The Royal Shakespeare Company will be bringing you it’s riveting performance of The Tempest. Running at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon you will be able to witness this outstanding performance from Thursday 26th January until Saturday 4th March 2023.
The Serpentine New Year’s Day fun run is back! Starting in Hyde Park, runners have a choice between a 3k or 10k run to start off their New Year with a rush. The race itself starts at 11am and runners navigate on entirely traffic free paths through Hyde Park, most of the race takes place in the grounds of Kensington Gardens.
In 2023, Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year and Spring Festival across the globe, falls on Sunday 22nd January. Each year the celebrations attract hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world, organised by the London Chinatown Chinese Association (LCCA), the free Chinese New Year celebrations usually feature an awe-inspiring parade and a vibrant one-day festival that takes place in Trafalgar Square.
The London Short Film Festival was founded in 2003 and is a BAFTA-qualifying, internationally regarded independent short film festival. Every January for the past nineteen years the London Short Film Festival hosts a ten day event that consists of short films, in conversation with various directors, producers, actors, etc. and multidisciplinary curation enabling everyone who attends to get a full experience of the world of Short Film.
Our affiliates at Hotel Indigo London Paddington have recently reopened The Garden Terrace for commercial use, a project that’s been on the books for a while has finally come to fruition and is finally ready for visitors.
This year the RunThrough Foundation will be hosting a Santa Run in the incredible North Grounds of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday 11th December 2022, participants will be able to choose between a 5k or 10k run that will be chip timed for posterity.
The grand opening will be November 2022, and the team over at Hotel Indigo London Paddington invites you join them as they celebrate the opening of a truly awe-inspiring experience that you will not want to miss. The Garden Terrace will be available for everything from private dining & parties to a social call in for an after-work catch up with colleagues or friends.
One issue that can arise around this time of year is figuring out which of the festive markets to go to, with there increasing popularity over the years the amount of markets popping up all over the place can be dauting. To make it easier for you to decide which market suits your needs the most we’ve compiled a ‘short-list’ of the most popular top festive markets in and around the city of London.
There really is something magical about taking a self-guided walk through the Royal Parks in autumn. In the spring of 2020, The Royal Parks launched a campaign called ‘More Than Bugs Trails’. There are eight Royal Parks in total and we’re very lucky to have Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens just a short walk from our front door. The Royal Parks are a glorious insight to how nature can thrive when it is nurtured properly.
In October 1995 whilst the 25th Annual World Pasta Congress was taking place the idea for creating a ‘World Pasta Day’ was conceived. Pasta aficionados from all over the world had gathered to discuss the versatility of the noodle, it became apparent amongst the committee that spreading the knowledge of the globe’s panorama of pasta was of great importance.
This year the Southbank Centre is celebrating the 13th National Poetry Library Open Day which takes place on Saturday 29th October in the Royal Festival Hall. Attendees will be able to view a handpicked selection of rarities from the depths of the collection that are scarcely seen.
October is here (we know right?!) and with it comes what has become known as #spookyseason whereby Halloween is stretched out for the entire month. Whether you are a Londoner or are visiting within the month here are our top 10 things to do in London to put you in the spooky spirit.
The marathon – which was the first of its kind – is a magnificent 13.1 mile route that navigates the runners through the capital’s world renowned landmarks through four of the eight Royal Parks - Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens. The event was so well received that it won the award for Best New Event at the Runner’s World Awards.
The Queen’s body will now be flown to RAF Northolt in London where it will then be taken to Buckingham Palace by King Charles III, Camilla, the King’s consort and other members of the Royal Family. On Wednesday 14th September Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will be moved to Westminster Hall where she will lie in state for four days, The Queen's coffin will leave Buckingham Palace at 14:22.
The Serpentine Lake is located in Hyde Park in the heart of central London and is easily accessible via public transport. Once inside Hyde Park, you’ll be able to follow a signposted route to the Start Area, which is on the north bank of the Serpentine Lake, between the Serpentine Gallery and the boathouses.
A lot have things have changed in the last few years, in hospitality how hoteliers approached interacting with travellers became a focal point for the industry. In very rare instances contactless became king with off-site concierges guiding people to their rooms and online check in available it really became a time of the future.
On Saturday 3rd September, 2022, The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert will be taking place at London's iconic Wembley Stadium. Taylor Hawkins was an expert drummer and was most known for his contribution to the Foo Fighters back catalogue of which he played on nine of their albums between 1999 and 2021.
All Points East is an annual music festival held over two weekends in London's Victoria Park, previously run by AEG Presents. The 10-day-event first took place in 2018, and includes four days of community aimed activities which goes by the name “In The Neighbourhood”, these series of events was rounded off with three headline shows by huge world renowned acts in the APE presents series.
With Summer in full swing it would be silly to not take advantage of this glorious weather we’ve been blessed with this year, although lunch in a restaurant may seem appealing there really is nothing better than eating al fresco with your nearest and dearest (under the canopy of a tree).
This year’s instalment of Winter Wonderland Hyde Park 2022 is bigger and better than ever. Spectators can expect to find activities like ice sculpting workshops, family-friendly workshops delivered by Zippo’s Christmas Circus and for the more daring guests there is a wilder fare at Cirque Berserk.
This summer the Friends of Hyde Park have put together a summer roster of bands to perform at the Hyde Park bandstand every Sunday between the 7th August and 17th September.
Merchant Square, Paddington really does have the best local summer activities around. On Thursday 28th July, 500+ rubber ducks will be released into the canal for a 100-yard splash to the finish line.
It is well and truly summer, and we are feeling the heat! Who wants to be in a stuffy gym exercising when you could be taking part in a family friendly free bootcamp sessions in Hyde Park
After a fantastic start to BST Festival Hyde Park thanks to the incomparable Sir Elton John the fun is set to continue in full force over the next two weeks.
Enjoy live music from some of London's hottest talent in this free live performance! Merchant Square Paddington has partnered with Busk in London to bring you London’s best emerging talent. On the third Thursday of the month, bar September, you can enjoy your lunch accompanied with some live music.
For the first time since 2019 British Summer Time Festival Hyde Park is BACK. BST’s debut was in 2013 and since then has become a major event. BST Hyde Park 2022 brings the world's best musical icons to London each summer for a series of shows in the Royal Park.
The Queen Elizabeth II will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service. From street parties and ‘Big Jubilee Lunches’ happening across the UK, to London’s Trooping the Colour, Service of Thanksgiving, concert and pageant, the nation and commonwealth will come together over four days to mark The Queen’s 70-year reign.
Helping hotel guests to have an incredible stay with us at London Town Group Hotels was a key driver for the introduction of Amazon Alexa for Hospitality within our 72-room luxury Mercure Hyde Park Hotel in 2021.
London COVID lockdowns have caused huge problems to London shopping centres like Westfield London that have seen footfall drop to unprecedented levels. Now tier 2 shopping rules allow you to come and experience traditional Christmas shopping in London and also support struggling high-street businesses to save them from ruin.
After months of being closed due to coronavirus restrictions, finally we will see London theatres reopening in October! The National Theatre, Vaudeville Theatre, Palace Theatre, Lyric Theatre, Garrick Theatre,
Finally, the UK is coming back to life! 12 weeks since the UK lockdown started, a sense of normality is coming back with shops in London opening and London Zoo reopening.
With the British government introducing a 14-day UK quarantine for anyone arriving from overseas, excluding the island of Ireland, you now face the prospect of being locked-up for two weeks when arriving back from any foreign travel.
As London prepares to lift the coronavirus lockdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, many people have started looking for London hotels open near Hyde Park London.
Whether you are looking to entertain a toddler, a bored teenager or a noisy ten-year-old. You will find plenty of things to do in London.
Book a night stay now at Mercure London Hyde Park and have a fun-filled Easter weekend in the capital.
Enjoy family fun in the City this half-term, take the kids to the capital's top attractions and take advantage of these fantastic events.
With exciting museums, interactive exhibitions and brilliant theatre shows, you’ll find plenty of things to do during the half-term week in London to suit all budgets and ages.
The incredible, award-winning Winter Lights returns to Canary Wharf in January for a sixth year in 2020.
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A brand new attraction is at Winter Wonderland this year, Paddington on Ice combines stunning costumes, incredible choreography and toe tapping tunes.
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London's impressive New Year's Eve firework display is famous world wide, the Coca-Cola London Eye site is a popular attraction at NYE.
BOOK a night stay now at Mercure London Hyde Park and enjoy all of this right on your doorstep.
Circus 1903 returns to the Royal Festival Hall this winter with a spectacular new show! Come and see breathtaking performances, daredevil stunts and thrilling acrobatics in this magical, turn-of-the-century circus.
Following a sold-out series of Halloween boat parties last year, ‘Pirates of the River Thames’ returns to London’s iconic river this October for a spook-tacular, waterborne dance extravaganza, with crews setting sail on Saturday 26th and Thursday 31st October.
For a vibrant festive hub in the city centre, look no further than Leicester Square! From 8th November to 5th January, this iconic London landmark will be transformed into a buzzing world of wintery wonder, with entertainment, illuminations and an excellent Christmas market.
Winter Wonderland – “London’s biggest festive extravaganza” (Marie Claire) – returns to Hyde Park this November! The launch event is at 4pm on 21st November, and Winter Wonderland then throws its doors open every day from 22nd November to 5th January 2020 (except Christmas Day itself), 10am to 10pm.
Hyde Park sits right on our doorstep, in all its 350-acre stunning splendour. There are some hidden treasures to discover in London’s largest Royal Park, however, so why not take part in a Royal Parks walking tour? Covering around 1.5 miles, and lasting no longer than 2 hours, these informative tours are a wonderful chance to experience the park at a whole new depth.
One of the world’s most renowned annual classical music festivals, the BBC Proms, will draw to a spectacular close in Hyde Park on 14th September with Proms in the Park. Celebrate the grand finale of this two-month musical extravaganza with this spectacular outdoor concert: the largest open-air classical music event in the country, you can expect live music, fireworks, singalongs – and, of course, a plethora of exceptional talent!
Celebrate summer by trying your hand at the quintessentially British sport of lawn bowls! Until 23rd August, Festibowl takes up residency in Montgomery, right next to Canary Wharf tube station: with grass beneath your feet, an ice-cold drink in one hand and a lawn bowl in the other, and a group of friends, could there be a better way to spend a sunny summer’s day?
Nominated for four Oscars, 2018 release, Mary Poppins Returns will take you on a nostalgic journey with a musical fantasy like never before. Years after her original visit, the magical nanny, Mary, returns to help the Banks siblings and Michael's children through a difficult time in their lives.
On Thursday, the 15th of August, watch singer/songwriter Josh Gleaves perform for free at the Floating Pocket Park! As a part of the Summer of Fun programme of events, The London Busking Company has been trying their best and even succeeding at putting up some really good gigs around the city.
Ever wondered if you could handle heights? Enjoy the peak with no fear? Here is your chance to know for sure. Part of the Summer of Fun Programme, the Merchant Square will host a High Ropes Course to let you challenge your friends, family members or date to see who can be quick, efficient and get around the course the fastest!
One of London’s most iconic summer events is Notting Hill Carnival: taking place over the last August bank holiday weekend, on 25th and 26th August, this internationally renowned festival celebrates Caribbean culture and traditions in London, attracting over a million visitors each year.
With our UK temperatures set to reach a historical all-time high this week, Londoners are looking for ways to keep cool during the heatwave. Make the most of the heat this summer with some of our favourite outdoor swimming spots!
Are you brave enough to tackle the world’s longest, fastest urban zip wire? Back in London until 15th September is Zip Now, an absolute must for adrenaline-junkies: the zip wire is 100 feet high and 225 metres long, and whizzes you past some of London’s most iconic landmarks at speeds up to 50 kilometres per hour!
Outdoor theatre is a stalwart of British summer, and some of the country’s best productions can be seen at the award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Rightly labelled “one of the capital’s most exciting spaces” by The Guardian, this pioneering theatre presents performances of exceptional quality against the beautiful backdrop of a Royal Park.
Head down to Merchant’s Square this summer and enjoy their Screen in the Square. From now until September, their impressively large screen is being used for several fun events: all are completely free, so there’s no excuse not to join the fun!
London Festival of Architecture comes to London for the month of June.
The festival looks at the capital's buildings through tours, talks, installations and other activities including a comedy show at the top of the BT tower 1-30 June.
Take part of the action and stay the night at Mercure London Hyde Park in June.
Looking for a family day out that won’t break the bank? Here’s five of our top picks for family fun this summer – and best of all, they’re completely free!
All five days out are an easy walk or tube ride away from the Mercure Hyde Park: book now and start planning your summer of fun!
Book your tickets now for Paddington Covers 2019, grab your friends and family and get ready to party in the sunshine.
The 2019 line up
Friday 28 June Stevie Wonder, Bon Jovi, Madonna and The Rolling Stones
Friday 26 July Dolly Parton, Elvis, Adele and ABBA
Friday 30 August Bryan Adams, Take That, Ed Sheeren and Queen
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More than a million art-lovers visit the Serpentine Galleries each year, and it’s not hard to see why! Located either side of the Serpentine in Kensington Gardens, these beautiful galleries opened in 1970, and have been celebrating and supporting new ideas in contemporary art ever since.
On the 21st April 2019, the Queen celebrates her 93rd birthday; and, as part of the celebrations, there will be a Gun Salute on the Parade Ground in Hyde Park at midday on Monday 22nd April, fired by the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery.
Explore London events in April 2019, there is always lots going on in the bustling city. Read our guide as top tips for things to do in April this year:
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Family attractions and activities for kids in London
Keep the whole family entertained with a weekend in London, There are plenty of kid-friendly places to visit in the Capital.
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Time Out 50 Years, 50 Covers Exhibition
Museum of Brands, Ladbroke Grove
An exhibition of Time Out cover designs, dating right back to our first issue in 1968.
Visit the Exhibition and take advantage of a night stay at Mercure London Hyde Park just moments away.
Celebrate International Women’s Day 2019 with the best things to do, events and activities happening across London
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Kids go are for this fantastic exhibition, leave daylight behind and put your senses to the test...
Explore the latest exhibition at the Natural History Museum
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The Best You Expo 2019, soon to take place in February for the second time in Olympia London.
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Strictly Come Dancing Live in London.
The sparkling line-up of celebrities and professional dancers will be joining tour host, Ore Oduba and the Live Tour judging panel of awesome foursome Craig Revel Horwood, Dame Darcey Bussell, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli, as they dance around the country for 29 glittering shows from 18 January 2019.
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Matilda The Musical Live in London, by writer Dennis Kelly and composer and lyricist Tim Minchin.
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Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, from exciting fairground rides to ice skating and charming christmas markets – join the fun at Winter wonderland Hyde Park, London.
It is definitely one not to be missed, the Last Night of the Proms celebrations in Hyde Park hosted by Michael Ball.
At Mercure Hyde Park, we offer luxurious meeting rooms located conveniently in the heart of Paddington.
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The long-awaited arrival of the London Mastaba is finally here!
Whether you are passing by the park or having a picnic in the sun make sure you visit – make a weekend out of it and book to stay at the Mercure Hyde Park Hotel, located moments away from this rare attraction.
This summer, Hyde Park not only offers beautiful scenery and nature but it is also a prime sight to view some of London’s finest pieces of art.
If you are visiting London with the family, make sure you check out the art on display at Hyde Park and book to stay at the Mercure Hyde Park Hotel.
The Parks Half Marathon is a major annual fundraising event, enabling runners of all ages to participate from across the world.
Make sure not to miss out and book to stay at the Mercure Hyde Park Hotel, located minutes away from the event.
On the 8th and 9th of August bring the whole family and connect with nature at Hyde Park’s discovery day. There are many activities on offer which are sure to be exciting for everyone.
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With the sun out there are many things to do at Hyde Park that we’re sure you’ll enjoy. Whether it is enjoying the wilderness or going for ice cream – there is something for everyone.
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BARCLAYCARD PRESENTS BRITISH SUMMER TIME HYDE PARK 2018
Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park 2018: Michael Bublé, Van Morrison, The Shires
Paddington: Start your day in Paddington station, where the polite bear first arrived from Darkest Peru. Head over to platform one, where you can pose for a selfie with the bronze Paddington Bear statue under the clock, near to where the loveable Brown family first found him.
Little Venice: Take a stroll along the tranquil waterways of Bond's neighbourhood of Little Venice, where there are plenty of cafes, pubs and restaurants to refuel in once you’ve finished off your marmalade sandwiches.
Every fancied being your own captain? With GoBoat London you can be just that. The self-drive electric boats can be hired from one hour to eight hours, for groups of up to eight people.
Paternoster Square is turning yellow this weekend with a field of glowing daffodils
This weekend, Paternoster Square by St Paul's will once again be illuminated by 4000 resplendent daffodils. The flowers, and a series of stained-glass structures, will light up each evening in support of the Great Daffodil Appeal.
Visit London this February, take advantage of a night stay from just £120.60.
Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel is an exclusively designed boutique hotel, tucked away in a peaceful and lush garden square.
Book a city break in London this February and enjoy all the romantic things to do.
Sip on champagne as you soar above the Thames with the London Eye Champagne Experience, Watch the sun set over the capital from The View from The Shard.
Things to do during February half-term in London
Keep the kids entertained over the school holiday with a fun-filled February half-term 2018 in London.
The Year of the Dog is coming up for 2018 and, as usual, Chinese New Year in London will be one of the most exciting events in February, full of colour, noise and dragons.
January is a fantastic month to visit London on a budget. The January sales are on, so you can shop at some of London's top shopping destinations for less.
Enjoy the entertainment and and cheer on the marching brass bands, colourful performers and elaborate floats in the New Year's Day Parade, as it winds its way through the city on 1st January.
Returning to London is the world’s best equestrian Christmas party, The London International Horse Show, and we couldn’t be more excited. Taking place at Olympia, The Chilean Huasos will be showing of their speed and skill, giving us the chance to experience a unique display.
This holiday season, you have the opportunity to admire the marvellous Christmas lights of Connaught Village. Located a mere ten minutes from the luxurious Mercure Hyde Park Hotel, it is one of London’s most beautiful hidden gems.
Open from 10am – 10pm, stretch out and practise your skating moves during a crisp morning skate. Enjoy the afternoon sun as it glistens on the ice, soak up the romantic atmosphere at twilight, or skate after dark under the stars.
Every year, the Serpentine Galleries commissions a different architect to design a unique temporary structure to be enjoyed by guests, and this year, they have out done themselves. Award-winning architect, Diébédo Francis Kéré, has designed the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion.
On the 9th of December 2017, Hyde Park will be hosting an exciting traditional crafts day. You’ll have the chance to escape the busy shopping streets for the morning, and instead enjoy a quiet morning in nature, creating your own natural festive decorations.
From the 17th of November till the 1st of January, Winter Wonderland will be back in Hyde Park and we couldn’t be more excited.
From the 17th of November till the January the 1st (excluding Christmas day) Winter Wonderland will be hosting the all new Cirque Berserk show.
Hyde Park has a fleet of rowing and pedal boats which operate on the famous Serpentine and the UK's first Solarshuttle, a magnificent vessel which glides silently across the lake powered only by the sun.
Be charmed by a stylish royal residence.
Kensington Palace is a royal residence set in Kensington Gardens, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London, England.
The Tube isn’t London’s only underground transport network. A hundred years ago, the Post Office built a secret railway under central London.
Frieze London is the contemporary art event of the year. In addition to being able to see and buy art by over 1,000 of the world's leading artists, the fair features Frieze Projects, the fair's unique, critically acclaimed programme of artist commissions and Frieze Talks, a prestigious programme of debates, panel discussions and keynote lectures.
July has fun for all... as well as Wimbledon tennis, July also means we're deep in festival season and, yes, the summer holidays too. Summer also means lots of new pop-ups, alfresco dining and hours spent lounging around London popular venues.
This Hong Kong influenced Dragon Boat Festival is an excellent, and rather rare, opportunity to experience the rich Chinese culture.
One of London’s most famous Royal Parks, Hyde Park, is always a popular destination in the summertime. And with good reason, it being perfect for picnics and day outs, all while enjoying the magnificent scenery.
This August bank holiday is welcoming back the largest street festival in Europe. Spread throughout West London, the carnival takes advantage of an area that is popular at the best of times.
The gorgeous flowering gardens of Hampton Court will on display for the enjoyment of the public. The world class show gardens will be available for everyone this July, 4th-9th.
Foodies Festival will be at Syon Park, Brentford from Saturday May 27 to Monday May 29; at Circus Field, Blackheath.
Shaping Fashion at the V&A
On the 100th anniversary of the opening of Balenciaga’s first atelier in San Sebastian, the V&A pays homage to the Spanish couturier’s lavish designs in Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion.
The mighty SW4 – Clapham Common’s bank holiday dance music explosive event
Hooray! The first bank holiday weekend of the year is almost here – this year's Easter break falls on Friday 14 – Monday April 17, which means four whole days off.
Take advantage of the wonderful London Marathon. Enjoy cheering crowds and fancy dress fundraisers, the London Marathon is our very own world-famous running race.
A true West London summertime favourite is set to appear in Paddington.
Pergola on the Roof, set atop the former Television Centre in White City now has a sister site is launching in Paddington.
Paternoster Square is turning yellow as 2,100 handmade daffodils descend on the space to mark the Great Daffodil Appeal 2017, with each flower representing a Marie Curie nurse who provides care and support for people living with terminal illness.
January is one of the best months to visit on a budget The January sales are on, so you can shop at some of London's top shopping destinations for less. Plus, Mercure London Hyde Park has a 25% off best available rate, winter sale.
Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel is an exclusively designed boutique hotel, discreetly hidden in Talbot Square. This brand new hotel offers 72 newly furnished and contemporary bedrooms in one of the most elegant and central boroughs of London.
The new Mercure London Hyde Park will accept its first guests in November, AccorHotels has confirmed.
The hotel, which is situated at 8 – 14 Talbot Square in four grade II listed London Victorian mansions, just two minutes’ walk from both Paddington and Lancaster Gate stations.
AccorHotels today announces that the new Mercure London Hyde Park will open to guests in November this year.
The Mercure London Hyde Park is situated at 8 - 14 Talbot Square in four grade II listed London Town Houses just two minutes’ walk from both Paddington and Lancaster Gate stations. The hotel offers 72 rooms including 3 suites and will be run by London Town Group of Companies Ltd under franchise.
AccorHotels is set to open a new Mercure property this November.
Housed within four grade II listed town houses, the Mercure London Hyde Park will be within walking distance of Paddington and Lancaster Gate underground stations. It will have 72 rooms, including three suites, a restaurant, bar and fitness center.
The hotel will be operated under a franchise agreement with the London Town Hotels Group, who own the property. It is currently undergoing an extensive renovation and will re-open under its new Mercure branding in autumn this year.
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