Thistle Hyde Park hotel offers guests a unique blend of Victorian grandeur and contemporary comforts. From the moment you arrive, you will feel relaxed and at home within this refined and intimate haven in the heart of London. As the name suggests, the elegant hotel overlooks Hyde Park, once Henry VIII’s private hunting ground and now one of London’s most famous features. The Serpentine, Rotten Row and Speakers’ Corner have been its defining landmarks since the 18th Century; and more recently it has been graced by the addition of the memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales. With superb views over the Park and Kensington Gardens, the hotel is more than a comfortable base from which to enjoy the West End’s theatres and shops. Whether you’re in London on business, a short break or a family occasion, the hotel rooms have everything you need for a relaxing, comfortable stay. All Standard and Deluxe rooms and Suites in the hotel are air-conditioned, en-suite and have free BT Wi-Fi internet access. Just a mile from the West End and right on the edge of Hyde Park, the restaurant and bar Thistle Hyde Park are perfectly placed for a light meal during the day, drinks after work or dinner before the show. The elegant White’s Restaurant and relaxed, contemporary Lounge Bar are open right through the day – and if you’re starting early, or staying up late, we offer a full room service menu round the clock; please see the card in your room for details. You can enjoy a drink or snack in the Lounge Bar, the ideal place to relax after work or for a pre-theatre drink. Thistle Hyde Park provides an ideal venue for business meetings and events or family occasions. The Oak Meeting Room, lined with beautiful oak panelling, seats up to 16 people, making it perfect for banqueting. The Writing Room, which seats 25 for meetings and other events, is lit by crystal chandeliers, and is an ideal small wedding venue. The Lancaster Room is suitable for board and team meetings, training sessions, presentations, interviews and private dining for up to 35 people.
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