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The Cumberland - London Hotels
AU$382

The Cumberland

Great Cumberland Place, London - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (1,289 reviews)
Located at the top end of Oxford Street, The Cumberland boasts a superb location for business and leisure. A place where …More
Saint Georges Hotel - London Hotels

Saint Georges Hotel

Langham Place, Regent Street, London - Map
 
 
3.8 out of 5 (1,139 reviews)
The Marylebone Hotel - London Hotels

The Marylebone Hotel

47 Welbeck Street, London - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (674 reviews)
The Mandeville Hotel - London Hotels

The Mandeville Hotel

Mandeville Place, London - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (709 reviews)
The Langham, London - London Hotels
AU$669

The Langham, London

1 Portland Place, London - Map
 
 
"Outstanding"
Excellent service and outstanding comfort in all respects.
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Grange Fitzrovia - London Hotels

Grange Fitzrovia

20-28 Bolsover Street, London - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (517 reviews)
Hyatt Regency London The Churchill - London Hotels

Hyatt Regency London The Churchill

30 Portman Square, London - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (336 reviews)
The Landmark London - London Hotels

The Landmark London

222 Marylebone Road, London - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (718 reviews)
Durrants Hotel - London Hotels

Durrants Hotel

26-32 George Street, London - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (288 reviews)
Grange Langham Court - London Hotels

Grange Langham Court

31-35 Langham Street, London - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (507 reviews)

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    Wotif you escaped to London and stayed in the heart of all the action? Our Regent's Park hotels will place you right in the middle of the city and within easy reach of London's largest open area with plenty of fresh air.

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    History

    Regent's Park is made up of 197 acres of wide open space, originally used as Henry VIII's hunting grounds and known as Marylebone Park at that time. Then in 1646, John Nash came up with a new design for the area and named it after the Prince Regent. Some aspects of his design were never built and others, like the Queen Mary Gardens, were added much later.

    Things to do

    Inside Regent's Park itself, you can play just about any sport imaginable at The Hub or visit the William Andrew Nestfield's Avenue Gardens. Make sure you set aside plenty of time to stop and smell the roses at Queen Mary's Gardens – all 12,000 of them!

    Animal lovers will be delighted to know that the London Zoo is located inside Regent's Park! You'll also be thrilled by the Bird Walk, where you can see a huge range of wild birds in their native habitats. You may even spot some hedgehogs and squirrels around the park grounds.

    Theatre buffs will love attending the Open Air Theatre in the middle of the park. This is the only professional outdoor theatre in all of the UK, so you're in for a real treat!

    Shopping and dining

    Once you've had your fair share of fresh air, you can move away from Regent's Park and head into Marylebone. Here you can wander around Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and the Sherlock Holmes Museum. But Marylebone is best known for its fantastic shopping and restaurants, so have your credit card handy.

    Getting here and around

    Take advantage of these cheap flights to London and then get around on buses and the Tube – it's that easy!

    So wot are you waiting for? Book your Marylebone and Regent's Park accommodation with us now!

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