With the exciting release of Paddington hitting the cinemas on November 28th this year from the jungles of Peru, what better way to get the kids involved than by spending a weekend at The Royal Park Hotel, ideally situated near to Hyde Park, Notting Hill, Kensington, and Paddington Station.
Paddington Bear is lost, we have found him at the Royal Park Hotel, and he needs a new home. Please find someone from his family and ask for permission to take him home!
Family attractions in the area include:
This year, the hotel is offering a selection of afternoon teas, changing their themes over the year.
Throughout March the hotel is kicking things off by offering the much loved, traditional afternoon tea to tuck into.
Rolling into April a fun Easter menu will be on offer, until hitting the Chelsea Flower Show in May and the Hotel’s floral menu will burst into action!
Progressing into summer a fun Wimbledon tea theme will be available to enjoy in the midst of the tennis season.
Heading into July and August the theme will be The Mixologist afternoon tea until spring/ summer Fashion Week will be upon us and the lively Fashion tea theme will be on the menu.
In October as autumn draws in and London’s parks turn into a rich golden haze a decedent chocolate menu will arrive before landing on the party season of November and December, the Royal Park will be offering the festive tea menu to enjoy in front of the open fire.
In fact if you fancy a lazy lunch with your loved ones, The Royal Park also offer a delicious lunchtime menu, you have the choice from dining in one of their beautiful period drawing rooms the Green room or the Blue room or to enjoy your lunch outside in the quiet, leafy courtyard.
As Hyde Park is such a fantastic spot conveniently located a hop, skip and a jump away from The Royal Park Hotel, they are now offering exciting opportunities to discover the park on horseback, ideal for getting the children involved and for any horse lovers who want to check out the park from an exciting new perspective.
There are also a few of London’s famous museums just a short hop away through the park - The Victoria & Albert and The Natural History Museum are just a few of our favourite things in this area to enjoy after picnicking and before your afternoon tea!
If you want to visit The Royal Park Hotel this spring, visit their website to book a table for afternoon tea.