Hyde Park Hotel Bayswater
The Bayswater Inn Hotel is a Hyde Park hotel Bayswater, less than a 5-minute walk from the front door on Princes Square. The Hotel is on the North West Corner of Hyde Park making it accessible to Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens and the Diana Memorial Playground in particular. Check out our exclusive hotel offers and save up to 15% during your stay.
Our Hotel Near Hyde Park
The Bayswater Hotel by Hyde Park has 140 bedrooms, which range from single to family hotel rooms arranged over six storeys. We strive to offer our guests the most comfortable and memorable experience at an affordable price.
Our recently refurbished lobby and Reception area have stunning new marble floors and a stylish lounge. Our contemporary restaurant, serving a breakfast buffet every morning has been renovated to offer our guests a perfect setting overlooking the charming views of Princes Gardens.
For cheap hotels near Hyde Park, look no further than Bayswater Inn Hotel. We aim to provide you with a memorable experience that combines both quality and affordability.
A brief intro to Hyde Park
In 1536 King Henry VIII acquired Hyde Park from the monks of Westminster Abbey. Its primary use was for hunting. The park was opened to the public in 1637 by King Charles I. Architect Decimus Burton designed the current layout of the park in 1825.
Attractions around Hyde Park
Hyde Park is one of London’s eight Royal Parks attracting millions of Londoners and tourists each year. Consisting of 350 acres, Hyde Park is home to some famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers’ Corner and the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain.
The Serpentine Lake is a large artificial lake located at the south end of the park. The wife of King George II, Queen Caroline, had the lake built-in 1730. It is famous for boating and swimming.
Bayswater Inn Hotel near Hyde Park Speakers Corner
Speaker’s Corner is on the north-east edge of Hyde Park. Speakers Corner is a traditional site for debates and public speeches since the ninth century when protests and demonstrations took place in Hyde Park. These days, usually on a Sunday morning, it is quite common to find crowds gathering at Speakers’ Corner to listen to enthusiasts expounding their views.
Diana Memorial Fountain was built using 545 pieces of Cornish granite – each shaped by the latest computer-controlled machinery and pieced together using traditional skills. The Fountain was opened by Her Majesty The Queen on 6th July 2004 to symbolise Diana’s quality and openness.
Hyde Park Winter Wonderland has been spreading the Christmas spirit throughout London for over 10 years now. Read more.
For more information on the range of activities and attractions available in the Park visit the official site