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.
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!
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!
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.
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:
BOOK NOW for a night stay at Mercure London Hyde Park now for April 2019, rooms available from just £99.
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.
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.
Book to stay at the Mercure Hyde Park Hotel, located minutes away from London’s best picnic spots.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.