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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

Hyde Park Events

Royal Gun Salute

Cavalry Memorial Parade

Hard Rock Calling

Wireless Festival

Horseman's Sunday

London to Brighton Veteran Car Run

Serpentine Swimming Clubs Christmas Day Race
Winter Wonderland

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49 Lancaster Gate
"We had a great stay here and would highly recommend these apartments.

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49 Lancaster Gate
"We have stayed here twice and absolutely loved it. The apartments are very spacious, especially for London and offer very good value. We highly recommend a stay at 49 Lancaster ..." More

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Hyde Park has long been at the very heart of London life. With 350 grassy acres (adjoining Kensington Gardens' 275 acres), it's an obvious destination for people wishing to enjoy the sunshine by stretching out on deckchairs, perhaps, or by strolling around the meadowland and the Serpentine Lake. Hyde Park has plenty for the visitor, with sporting activities that range from tennis and bowling to boating and horse-riding, sightseeing at the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, opened by the Queen in 2004, and the chance to listen to members of the public airing their views on any subject at Speaker's Corner. There's no need to leave the park for meals: a selection of cafés and restaurants serve everything from snacks to three-course lunches, and al fresco diners may enjoy delightful views from the Dell and the Lido, both situated beside the lake. Henry VIII bought Hyde Park from the Westminster Abbey monks in 1536 and used it as a private hunting ground. A hundred years later, Charles 1 opened it to the public and, since then, while existing primarily as an area for relaxation, the park has been a natural venue for national celebrations, protests, rallies and rock concerts.


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Marble Arch Inn (0.15 miles)

Marble Arch Inn

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Modern, newly refurbished hotel with a warm, friendly hospitality which is second to none, matching the facilities and quality service to the perfect location. All rooms with remote control colour ... More

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London Marriott Hotel Park Lane (0.16 miles)

London Marriott Hotel Park Lane

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Once a stately apartment building overlooking Hyde Park and Marble Arch, the 5* London Marriott Hotel Park Lane is now a leading luxury hotel in London. A stroll from celebrated ... More

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Sumner Hotel (0.16 miles)

Sumner Hotel

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Part of an 1830s Georgian Terrace, this new townhouse hotel preserves many of its historical characteristics, whilst offering modern comfort in the heart of London. All rooms are designer decorated, luxuriously appointed ... More

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Edward Lear Hotel (0.18 miles)

Edward Lear Hotel

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The Edward Lear Hotel is an ideal location for visiting central London as it is only 100 metres walk from Oxford St. Just the right location for visitors, in London's tourist ... More

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Boston Court Hotel (0.19 miles)

Boston Court Hotel

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The Boston Court Hotel is a comfortable and friendly Bed & Breakfast in central London. Only two minutes walk away from Marble Arch, Oxford Street shops and Hyde Park.

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Montcalm Hotel (0.20 miles)

Montcalm Hotel
Within 5 minutes’ walk of Hyde Park, Oxford Street’s shops and Marble Arch Underground Station, this 5-star hotel features a modern bar and an on-site spa. Free internet access is available throughout The Montcalm. Buckingham ... More | visit website
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Leonard Hotel (The) (0.20 miles)

Leonard Hotel (The)

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Conveniently located off Portman Square, The Leonard has received Johansen's London Hotel of the Year Award (1997). The 21 air-conditioned suites and 23 bedrooms are beautifully decorated with a ... More

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Redland House Hotel (0.23 miles)

Redland House Hotel

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The hotel offers comfortable family-friendly accommodation at great-value rates in a convenient location, close to many of central London’s tourist attractions, including Marble Arch, Hyde ... More

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The Arch (0.23 miles)

The Arch
A luxury lifestyle boutique hotel situated moments away from Hyde Park, not to mention London's exclusive shopping destinations of Marylebone and Mayfair. Contemporary design and hi-tech gadgetry lie at the heart of this hotel.

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Grosvenor House (0.34 miles)

Grosvenor House

After a multimillion pound restoration programme, London’s largest five star hotel re-launches as Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel establishing the hotel as the European flagship for the brand. The extensive restoration programme includes five ... More | visit website

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