If you're thinking of booking a hotel near Green Park why not take a stroll through one of London's least-feted open spaces which runs between St James's Park and Hyde Park, 47 acres in all?
Stopping near Green Park offers the best of all worlds. You're just a short walk or Tube ride from the West End with all its attractions but located close to acres of open space and parkland. Across the Park is St James's Park, Buckingham Palace and Horse Guards Parade. See the pomp of the Changing of the Guard and head across to Regent Park and take a turn in a boat on the lake there.
Arts and culture
A short walk away from Green Park is the Queen's Gallery where you can view a changing selection of the royal art collection with 450 works on display at any one time. Highlights of the collection include paintings by Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Rubens, Veronese, Van Dyck and Vermeer.
And also close to Green Park is another major art gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts which stages a wide range of exhibitions featuring major national and international artists.
Or take in a lunchtime or evening classical music concert at Wigmore Hall, also a short distance from Green Park. This intimate venue hosts recitals by leading ensembles and soloists.
Things to see and do
Get the red carpet treatment with a tour of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace. There are 19 rooms including the Throne Room and they are furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection including some of the finest English and French furniture in the world, Sévres china, paintings by Canaletto and Van Dyck and sculpture by Canova. A State Room tour includes the Picture Gallery.
Or why not treat yourself to a taste of the high life with afternoon tea at the Ritz Hotel? Enjoy a generous selection of sandwiches, cakes and tea. Or opt for champagne. Advance booking essential.
Eating and drinking
Central London offers a veritable smorgasbord of dining options to suit every taste and experience. For great food that won't break the bank, sample the Opera Tavern in Covent Garden which serves some of London's finest tapas. Or for great Asian-inspired food head to Flesh & Buns in a Covent Garden basement which offers a Stateside take on Taiwanese street food. Make room for dessert.
And if you're after a drink in a great traditional English boozer try The Lamb & Flag in Covent Garden. The building itself may date back to Tudor times but it's been a pub since 1623.
Staying near Green Park means you're no more than a few Tube stops from the lights of the West End. Catch the latest film at the Odeon in Leicester Square, scene of a thousand red carpet walks. Take in a show at one of Theatreland's venues such as one of the latest musical blockbusters.
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