Hotels in Park Lane Are Ideally Located For Business Or For Pleasure

Park Lane is located in the heart of London and boasts an array of world renowned 5 star hotels in Park Lane including the Hilton Park Lane, The Dorchester Hotel, Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane and The Grosvenor Hotel.

A dual carriageway with 3 lanes on each side and running north-south along the eastern boundary of Hyde Park, it is one of the busiest roads in London. All the hotels in Park Lane are situated opposite Hyde Park.

These grand 5 star hotels in London located in Park Lane include:

  • Hilton Park Lane

    Hilton Park Lane is situated on the south side of Park Lane, not far from Wellington Arch. It is a popular hotel with business travellers. It has 13 function rooms and an Executive Lounge where business people meet and interact.

    You can enjoy 360° views of the city from the 28th-floor Galvin at Windows restaurant.

  • The Dorchester Hotel

    The Dorchester Hotel still enjoys the grand status as it did in 1931 when it opened as a hotel. An extensive refurbishment programme was completed in 2003 and all the 195 rooms were restyled and redecorated to the highest standards.

    If you're looking for an indulgent break, this is simply the best hotel to spoil yourself and your partner. Book early for the afternoon tea at the Dorchester and you won't regret it.

  • Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel

    Grosvenor House is one of the largest JW Marriott hotels in the world and had a multi-million pound refurbishment in 2008 as part of its rebranding as a JW Marriott hotel.

    There are 494 luxurious bedrooms and suites, 33 Conference facilities, 5 restaurants and modern leisure facilities.

  • Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane

    The Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane is located on the south side of Park Lane opposite Hyde Park Corner and Wellington Arch.

    This 5 star luxurious hotel had a £63 million refurbishment programme in 2006 and had all dining and bar facilities exquisitely refitted, and all bedrooms and suites offer an elegant fusion of beautiful neo-classical and contemporary design.

Scenes From Park Lane, London.

Scenes along Park Lane include:

  • Wellington Arch is a popular landmark for both the local residents and visitors alike. The spectacular bronze sculpture surmounting the arch depicts the angel of peace descending on the chariot of war and is the largest bronze sculpture in Europe.

  • Marble Arch is located at the junction of Park Lane, Edgware Road and Oxford Street. It was originally located on the Mall as a gateway to Buckingham Palace but was moved to its present position in 1851. During winter the area near the arch is converted to an ice-skating rink.

    Marble Arch and Wellington Arch were both planned by George IV in 1825 to commemorate British Victories in the Napoleonic Wars.

  • Hyde Park Speakers' Corner is located at the Marble Arch end of Park Lane and is usually busy on Sunday mornings. This is where public speaking is allowed as long as the police consider their speeches lawful.

  • In 2004 a memorial to Animals in War was opened by the Princess Royal in Park Lane. This is a memorial to the countless animals that died while in service under British military command throughout history.

These luxurious hotels in Park Lane are ideally located for business as well as for pleasure.

  • Shopping - Oxford Street, Bond Street and Knightsbridge are all within easy walking distance from Park Lane or a short bus ride away

  • West End theatres are about a mile away from these hotels in Park Lane.

  • Royal Parks and Gardens - Hyde Park is across Park Lane and Green Park, Kensington Gardens and Regents Park are a short distance away.

  • Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, The Science Museum, The Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Albert Hall are all close by.

  • There are lots of good restaurants in the West End, Mayfair and Knightsbridge catering for all kinds of delicious exotic cuisines.

  • Excellent public transport links to the City of London and Canary Wharf business districts.

Hotels in Park Lane are of the highest standards in terms of luxury and elegance and they don't come cheap. And for those who are prepared to pay the high tarriffs for the privilege of staying some of the best hotels in London, they will have a holiday experience that they'll remember for a very long time.

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