Hyde Park Area Information

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The only thing Hyde Park seems to lack in terms of London aesthetics seems to be a view of the River Thames. Yet who needs that, when you have an elongated body of water of rare beauty in the form of the famous Serpentine Lake which even has its own traffic bearing bridge? The streets that immediately surround the park all look out onto an expanse of lush greenery that is the envy of cities the world over.

Kensington Gardens, Green Park and St James's Park across the capital. Being dead in the centre of town, it's surrounded by a vibrant collection of areas from plush Kensington on its south-western tip to the end of Oxford Street with its famous retail strip in the northeastern corner. Many luxury hotels are dotted around the perimeter alongside beautiful stucco fronted townhouses and glorious Victorian architecture.

Almost every kind of outdoor pursuit takes place within its 400 acres all year round. Horse-riding, rollerblading, swimming, boating, tennis, cycling, bowling and putting are just some of the formal activities catered for, while informal games of cricket, football and rugby regularly sprout up on the south side of the park. Because of its central location, transport links are ultra-convenient with tube, buses and trains all being within walking distance from the park and the desire for rental accommodation in this part of town is correspondingly high. Apartments to rent here are always in demand, particularly ones that overlook the park, but these command a premium rental

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