Hotels in Regent's Park

    Regent's Park Details

    The 19th century Londoner described as among the magnificent ornaments of our metropolis. is a beautiful park that covers 166 ha in the midst of bustling London. It is worth a visit at any time of year, but Regents Park is at its best in the summer when the roses are in bloom. It was once part of King Henry VIIIs royal hunting grounds. During the reign of the Prince Regent, later King George IV, it was transferred into a park by John Nash, one of Englands greatest architects.

    You will pass Madame Tussauds Museum and the Royal Academy of Music, founded in 1822. From York Bridge you have a beautiful view of historic St. Marys Church. Continue past Regents College, formerly part of Bedford College, founded in 1849. This route takes you to Queen Marys Garden, a magnificent rose garden dedicated to the memory of the wife of King George V. Nearby is the Open Air Theatre, founded in 1932, where on a summer night you can enjoy anything from Shakespeare to stand-up comedy. While youre in Regents Park, also be sure to see the Hanover Gate, the London Central Mosque, Regents Canal, Lords Cricket Ground, and Little Venice.

    Address: Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, United Kingdom

    Founded: 1814

    Phone: +44 300 061 2300

    Open hours: 5:00 am - 4:30 pm