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Le Meridien Piccadilly Hotel, London
Le Meridien Piccadilly Hotel, between Piccadilly and Regent Street is a 5 star London hotel in the heart of London's West End. Soho, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, Oxford Street and Covent Garden are all within walking distance of this 5 star London hotel. ...
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Hilton London Euston Hotel
Hilton London Euston Hotel is on the border between the West End and the City in the heart of Bloomsbury, London, England. A 4 star London hotel, minutes from the hustle and bustle of the West End, Theatreland and Oxford Street shopping. ...
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Hua Ting Guest House
The Hua Ting Guest House Hotel in Shanghai Puxi enjoys a superb location at the crossroads of Zhongshan West Road and Caoxi North Road, facing Shanghai Stadium and Shanghai Gymnasium. Within walking distance to the Caoxi North Road subway station, metro line 1, and the Oriental Pearl Express line. ...
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Regent's Park

London's Regents Park has been seen around the world, how you may ask? In films as varied as in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Brief Encounter (1945), About a Boy (2002), Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2002), and others.

The Regent's Park's, 410 acres, include spectacular rose gardens with more than 30,000 roses of 400 varieties. It is the largest outdoor sports area in London with nearly 100 acres available for sports fans of all capabilities for such games as tennis/netball, athletics, cricket, softball, football, rugby the list goes on.

Henry the VIII used the park as his hunting ground; this was changed when George IV had John Nash (a renowned architect whose works can be seen all over London) redesign the park. The Park boasts an open air theatre (end of May to early September), with plays being put on by the New Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as music, comedy and other plays, bandstands (which hold a variety of lunchtime and evening concerts), Lake-side theatre, puppet shows and of course London Zoo. The visitor to Regents Park cannot go away without being enthralled by all that they have seen.

The vicinity around Regents Park boasts some of the villas that John Nash had designed; one of those is the American Ambassador's residence. Regents Park is very near Camden Lock, Primrose Hill, and St Johns Wood where you may see beautiful properties, the Lords Cricket Ground and the famous Abbey Road Studios made notorious by the Beatles.

Hotels in the area include Danubius Hotel Regents Park, which over looks Lords Cricket Ground, Melia White House Hotel which allows the visitor to relax in its comfortable and luxurious surroundings, and the Megaro (Deluxe), which speaks for its self.

Shopping in Regents Park may be done at Marylebone High Street, and the near by Camden Lock. Restaurants can be found in Marylebone High Street, Great Portland and Camden Lock with many of the restaurants in the vicinity being given a rating over 7 by Toptable the Internet web site for restaurants.

Locations near Regent's Park are those of Baker Street, Marylebone, and Oxford Street, all accessible to the visitor by London Underground within a short space of time.



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