All our en suite rooms are decorated to a high standard, and are equipped with individual climate control. We offer single, double, twin and family rooms suitable for leisure or business.View accommodation
Our guests benefit from our enviable location, just a stones throw away from Hyde Park, Paddington Station and Kensington Gardens.
We offer two conference rooms to host meetings, events and workshops. Syndicate rooms and in house catering are available.
The Serpentine Restaurant and Bar offers international cuisine served throughout the day. Our Jazz inspired Bar offers a variety of different cocktails and drinks.
Join in the colourful and vibrant celebrations in London’s Chinatown and West End to welcome in the year of the Pig.
See the latest fashions from the top designers on the catwalks in and around the West End.
Enjoy Irish Food and Guinness with free performances in Trafalgar Square and help celebrate Ireland’s patron saint’s day.
Watch one of the world’s oldest sporting events from the banks of the Thames.
Rejoice! Outdoor hospitality re-opens nationwide. You’ll be able to enjoy al-fresco dining and drinks once again.
Another piece of normality returns with the re-opening of indoor hospitality, including Hotels, pubs restaraunts and bars!
Fast Horses and Fancy Hats and a little bit of a flutter at the world famous Royal Ascot Race Meeting.
London amongst other European cities plays host to several Euro 2020 matches, where the best in European football battle it out to win the prestigious prize.
The world of tennis descends on Wimbledon in South West London every summer for the longest-running tennis tournament in the world, and one of four annual Grand Slam tennis events held around the globe. Games are still played on the original playing surface, grass, and there’s a strict white-only dress code for players. The tournament attracts around 500,000 spectators and millions of television viewers worldwide.
Notting Hill Carnival, Europe’s biggest street festival, is a vivid spectacle representing London’s multicultural past and present.A celebration of the capital’s Caribbean communities, their culture and traditions, which has been taking place since 1964, featuring two days of fantastic live music ranging from reggae to dub to salsa. The celebrations also include soca floats, steel bands and a whole lot of jerk chicken and fried plantain.
The biggest classical music festival in Europe continues throughout August with something for everyone at the Royal Albert Hall.
The world’s greatest flower show is held in London Chelsea displaying cutting-edge garden design, fabulous floral displays and stunning exhibits.
The world famous gruelling 26 mile race takes place across London, starting in the docklands and finishing down the iconic mall.
The Lord Mayor’s Show dates back to 1215, when King John granted a charter allowing the citizens of London to elect their own mayor. Every year since, the newly elected Lord Mayor has travelled from the City of London to Westminster to pledge allegiance to the Crown. These days, the parade is more of a celebration than a show of loyalty. Around half a million people line up along the route to watch the colourful parade travel across the City of London. After the procession, a fantastic fireworks display lights up the sky over the river Thames.
The best of the best in tennis compete in an elite tournament in the O2 arena.
Stroll through Winter Wonderland 2017 in Hyde Park for a delightfully jolly dose of festive London spirit. You’ll find winter markets, festive fairground rides, ice skating, warming winter food, grottos and of course plenty of glühwein.
London host a fabulous firework display which lights up the sky and sees the city into the new year in style. The fireworks can be enjoyed at London’s Southbank, framing some of London’s most iconic sights