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Park, Hotel - Address: 156 Gloucester Place, London, NW1 6DT

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“King of Parks”

published 10/05/2010

Beautiful, diverse, spacious natural resource

Not open 24 hours

One of the best things about living in a city like London is the wonderful contrast between the city’s open spaces and the streets where we work, sleep and play. I think it’s common to all big cities; the best bit of New York is almost certainly Central Park. London benefits enormously from the...

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Excellent

“~ * Worth A Visit * ~ ”

published 22/04/2012

Free! Beautiful!

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As many of you will know from some of my recent reviews; I spent the Easter weekend in London. I had never been there before and so I was excited to see the city. We stayed at the Melia Whitehouse Hotel, which is located by Regent’s Park. As we were waiting for our rooms to be ready, we took a...

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Excellent

Lovely Park. Beautifully Maintained. Good Faciliti...

Does get busy

London has a marvellous selection of parks ranging from the likes of the hugely popular and internationally famous Hyde Park,nearby Kensington Gardens,serene Green Park, St James's Park,the oldest in London, liitle parks in various parts of Central London, Richmond park,Syon Park, and the lovely...

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Excellent

“A ideal place”

published 02/08/2000

Wonderful place

The rain which can't be helped!!!!

A glorious way to spend a summer afternoon with something for everyone. Seems to be the tourist's idea of London. The open air theatre is fantastic and of course there is the Zoo for children, now I believe with more attractions than ever. The park considering the number of people in it provided...

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Excellent

“Londons finest”

published 30/08/2001

Beautiful park, well maintained, numerous faciliti...

Cafes slightly expensive, films etc very expensive

I had to organise an event at Regents Park recently which meant many, many planning visits!! I must now be qualified as a Park guide! The standards throughout the park are excellent, from the lawns and wonderful floral displays to the many cafes, all well maintained by friendly, helpful staff...

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Excellent

“A Hidden Section”

published 15/08/2000

Great in the summer, peaceful

Can be bad for hayfever sufferers

There is a section of Regents Park that is really beautiful. It's the rose garden section and it looks great in summer. A lot of people who have registry weddings go there to take their photo's. Just around the corner from this section is the duck pond which has to large swans aswell, one white...

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Excellent

“The Open Air Theatre”

published 11/07/2000

Dispite the dreadful weather, if there is a dry day the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park is a wonderful place to visit. The Park itself is an excellent place to wander around and have a lazy afternoon. This year the programme seems interesting with A Mid Summers Nights Dream and Alice in...

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