If you’re a regular in our hotel apartments in London, there’s a good chance you know some of the most popular and world famous green spots around Central London and Mayfair. But you might be surprised to hear that London is bursting at the seams with gorgeous green havens that don’t make into the tourist brochure.
And the best part? Many of them are just a short journey away from your hotel apartments in London. So if you’re looking to enjoy the best that outdoor London has to offer during your short stay in Mayfair this summer, here are a few ideas to get you started.
Historically, Battersea wasn’t likely to find itself on many lists of the best places in London to visit. Nowadays, however, Londoners consider it among their most sought after neighbourhoods, with property developers even going so far as to refer to it as ‘South Chelsea’.
Complete with exotic statues, a Buddhist pagoda and a whole raft of interesting history, Battersea Park is certainly worth a day out.
Why not take a long stroll over the river into Battersea Park, then treat yourself to an afternoon tea on your way back to your London serviced apartments?
Nowadays, the Queen Elizabeth Park rightfully claims to be the UK’s ‘most exciting urban park’. It’s complete with attractions, beautiful walkways, parklands, playgrounds and waterways. It’s certainly worth strolling down from your London serviced apartments.
Unlike the other destinations on this list, Hampstead Heath has pretty consistently been a nice place. Due to its location, it doesn’t get as much attention as Green Park, Hyde Park and Regent’s Park. Nonetheless, it’s a wonderful, picturesque area. Complete with a hilltop view over Central London, you just have to see it during your short stay in Mayfair.
These are just a few of the beautiful natural spaces that London has to offer. And if you’re planning on spending some time in the capital this year, whether in our hotel apartments in London or elsewhere, you’re certainly going to want to enjoy what these spaces have to offer.
Or perhaps you want to see what London’s surrounding areas have to offer. Make sure you book your stay quickly though: as the busiest tourist summer on record approaches – there’s certainly going to be lots of competition for your short stay in Mayfair this year..