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Holiday Inn Londres - Regent's Park

Carburton Street



W1W 5EE 

United Kingdom 

Arrivée : 3PM

Départ : 12PM

Âge requis pour l’enregistrement :18


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Points forts du site
Itinéraire pour rejoindre l’hôtel depuis le centre-ville :
À voir

À voir

Discover thousands of objects from around the world and spanning centuries at the British Museum. An imposing Greek Revival building with a vast, modern, glass-roofed courtyard, the museum houses art and artefacts exploring human history and culture. See how hieroglyphs were deciphered with the Rosetta Stone, marvel at Egyptian mummies and stand in awe before ancient Assyrian winged bulls.
À faire

À faire

Stretch your legs in the beautiful and expansive grounds of Regent's Park, two minutes' walk away. Smell the perfume of 12,000 roses planted in Queen Mary's Garden, and trek to the top of Primrose Hill to enjoy commanding views of London. In warmer months, you can hire a pedalo or go boating on the lake, and see a play at the Open Air Theatre. Sporty types can hit the courts at the Tennis Centre.
Ne repartez pas sans

Ne repartez pas sans

It's a pleasant 25-minute stroll through Regent's Park to the ZSL London Zoo. Meet rare spiders in the BUGS exhibit, or step into an African rainforest at the Gorilla Kingdom. Enjoy the antics of otters, meerkats, lions, fruit bats and lots more. Refuel with a stone-baked pizza or a sweet treat at the zoo's selection of cafés. The zoo is open every day of the year except Christmas.


Feel the need for retail therapy? Check out the charming boutiques and specialist shops of nearby Marylebone. Discover antique homewares and vintage clothing on Church Street, find elegant threads and designer jewellery on Chiltern Street and wander around the beautiful Edwardian shop Daunt Books on Marylebone High Street. For high-street brands and department stores, head to buzzy Oxford Street.