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Monday, 29 July 2013

Choose hotels near Hyde Park to enjoy live music this summer

Spending several days visiting the sights around London can be extremely tiring. Typically, people plan to visit the shopping nirvana that is Oxford Street, Big Ben and the London eye to name but a few however visitors do not realise how much happens at Hyde Park therefore at The Leonard, a hotel near Hyde Park, we recommend that you budget some time to explore this beautiful park and everything that it has to offer.
Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in Central London and was opened to the public back in 1637. Prior to this, King Henry VIII confiscated the park from the monks of Westminster Abbey to use the park for hunting. Now, Hyde Park is home to various forms of entertainment, including hosting some of the World’s biggest music acts.
This summer the park will be graced by the likes of Jennifer Lopez, The Saturdays and JLS. If your children and/or teenagers are big pop fans then looking for family accommodation near Hyde Park can seem like a mammoth task. At The Leonard, we offer luxury accommodation for the whole family. As well as offering top music acts, Hyde Park also hosts various family fun evenings so make sure you plan time in your schedule to take part.
As well as hosting current artists, music legends like The Rolling Stones, Elton John and Lionel Richie will also be playing at Hyde Park this year so make sure you search for hotels near Hyde Park and book early to avoid lengthy travel times and stressful commuting.

There are also lots of other activities on offer in the park that the whole family can enjoy, including leisure activities ranging from roller blading and Frisbee to swimming in The Serpentine and horse riding. If you are wanting to include a different element to your city visit then be sure to visit Hyde Park. For more information about the different accommodation available at The Leonard, visit our website or contact our friendly team who will be more than happy to assist. 

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