Neighbourhood Guide: Holland Park

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Holland Park

Holland Park is one of London’s most exclusively affluent areas and boasts streets of beautiful houses, a clean and tidy environment and of course – a great park. So, it’s no wonder those who can afford to do so, choose to live in this lovely area. Even if you aren’t about to take up permanent resident, this neighborhood is a lovely place to while away a few hours in the city.

Holland Park itself is close to a number of London’s busier areas and tourist attractions and city sights, shops and nightlife are all easy to get to. In fact, Holland Park really is ideal for anyone who wants to live in a quieter area of the city whilst still having the option of being close to the action; it’s a way to bring a suburban feel into the centre of the capital city of London.

About Holland Park

 

It’s all about elegance in Holland Park and you will be hard pushed to find something out of place. When it comes to transport links too, Holland Park is one of the best served areas in London. Despite being a little away from some of the more central parts of the city, there are still a lot of convenient Tube stations to choose from. Notting Hill Gate, Holland Park and High Street Kensington are all within easy walking distance.

For those looking to stay locally in Holland Park whilst on a holiday or on a business trip to London, there are a lot of different options to choose from. The Shaftesbury Hotel London and the Park Grand London Hyde Park are both incredibly popular, and both also provide the best of luxurious accommodation at affordable prices. The Shaftesbury Hotel London and the Park Grand London Hyde Park are also both near to a variety of London Underground stations making them a great choice of place to stay for those who want to explore the city.

Things To Do

Visit Kyoto Garden:

Kyoto Garden

In Holland Park itself you’ll find the unique Kyoto Garden, a Japanese garden filled with beautiful flowers and water features. Kyoto Garden is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike, especially for those moments when they want to escape the hustle and bustle of London life and experience something a little more relaxed and tranquil.

Explore Notting Hill:

Notting Hill is a great place to visit if you like to explore a new neighbourhood by foot. There’s a variety of unique shops, boutiques, restaurants and some impressive architecture to check out.

Head Out Shopping:

Holland Park is only a short distance from some of London’s best shopping areas, such as Westfield and Oxford Street.

If you’re heading to London soon, it’s well worth planning in a visit to Holland Park. As well as being home to some of the city’s top hotels, it has a lot of great things to do nearby. Plus, there are plenty of great bars and restaurants to choose from.

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