Hyde Park, is one of the largest parks in Central London covering more than 300 acres. This is a royal park, famous for its Speakers Corner, horse riding, boating on the lake and the Diana, Princess of Wales Fountain. Hyde Park is also the home to some fascinating buildings and monuments.
Where it is Located?
Hyde Park is located in the Westminster district of Central London. The park is easily accessible via several underground stations surrounding the park. The nearest Tube Stations are each located in close proximity to the entrance of the park: Marble Arch station to the north, Hyde Park Corner station to the south east, Knightsbridge to the South and Lancaster Gate to the northwest.
How to Reach There from The W14 Hotel?
Underground is the best way to reach Hyde Park. Take a left from the hotel exit and walk towards the end of Gunterstone Road. Take a left on the Gliddon Road and walk straight till you cross the Talgarth Road (A4). Continue walking and you will reach the Barons Court Station. Board the Piccadilly Line eastbound for Hyde Park.
Why Tourists Choose The W14 Hotel?