Hyde Park is the largest of all Royal Parks in central London. Its name originates from Medieval times, when it was the Manor of Hyde, which is believed to be Saxon, meaning a unit of land. Throughout the Middle Ages, it belonged to the Abbey of Westminster, but in the 16th century it was acquired by King Henry VIII, stocked with deer and turned into a game park.

Eventually, in the 17th century, King Charles I opened Hyde Park to the public and it was a popular gathering place until the English Civil War, when it was fortified and then, following the war, sold to raise funds. Charles II managed to reclaim Hyde Park following the restoration of the monarchy and built a large wall around it. Throughout the 18th century it became a popular site for duels and executions. King George I and following his death, his daughter in law, Queen Caroline oversaw the landscaping of Hyde Park and the creation of the Serpentine, which was made by damming the River Westbourne.

Through the 19th century, Hyde Park became a focal point for free speech and protests and subsequently Speakers Corner came to be. While it is a myth that speakers are protected by ‘free speech’, they have no further protection than speakers anywhere else. The site is simply traditionally recognised as a location for speakers to share their views and the police only intervene if they receive a complaint.

Hyde Park is also a location for many concerts and major events in London. It’s Lido attracts swarms of locals and tourists to sunbathe and swim in the summer months and throughout the park, you’ll encounter dog walkers, horse riders, families picnicking, skaters, cyclists and just about every variety of Londoner enjoying the outside space.

Where in the world is Hyde Park?

Hyde Park is bordered to the east by Park Lane and to the west it joins Kensington Gardens. The southeast corner is where Hyde Park Corner is located, which runs through to Green Park, St. James’s Park and then into Buckingham Palace Gardens. Hyde Park is in the City of Westminster with Bayswater Road running along its north boundary and Knightsbridge to its south.
Hyde Park is surrounded by major traffic routes, yet many of the streets in the area are peaceful and beautiful. 19th century townhouses situated around private gardens are intermingled with newer property developments. Given the central location of the Hyde Park area and its proximity to both the west end, Kensington and the many amenities provided in Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, such as boating, tennis and even archery, property in the area is highly desirable and very expensive. They Hyde Park area is very cosmopolitan and people from all corners of the globe can be found enjoying the neighbourhood as residents and tourists.

Imagine yourself in the centre of London, being able to walk through hundreds of acres of historic parkland, stopping to watch the royal swans, gracefully float around the lake, while people giggle and laugh in pedalos. You could stop for a snack at the Serpentine Café right in the middle of the park and then stroll on to visit an exhibition at the gallery or contemplate the Diana, Princes of Wales, Memorial Fountain. Just a short walk from the park you could treat yourself to a shopping experience in Harrods or Harvey Nichols. We recommend that you should not spend your day alone. We have the best international reputation for providing the most enchanting and alluring escorts in Hyde Park.

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What to choose? An incall or an outcall?

Hyde Park attracts visitors from all over the world but the calibre of client who chooses to stay in the area are usually those who can afford the very best and who choose to live their lives in elegance and style. This is why we have no hesitation in suggesting that The Mandarin Oriental in Hyde Park, is the perfect accommodation for distinguished guests. With suites overlooking Hyde Park, you can stay in some of the most sumptuous accommodation in the world. Marble bathrooms, oval baths with a view, private balconies all make a stay at this hotel extraordinary.

If you really wish to immerse yourself in the history and beauty of Hyde Park, then there is no other option than to dine at Michelin starred Galvin at Windows Restaurant & Bar, which is a rooftop restaurant with epic views across the park. Serving French haute cuisine, it is an ideal spot for a gentleman to take a date for some conversation and flirting. This way you can get to know your date, enjoy the warmth and attention of a sexy young lady before retiring for some private, personal and satisfying fun later.

If you would just like some intimate time on your own with your date without entertaining in public, you may find it more affordable, especially if you don’t want to feel rushed, to visit one of our conveniently located, comfortable and easy to find apartments for an incall.

Hyde Park Corner Station

Hyde Park is served by a number of convenient tube station, but the one most closely connected to the Royal Park is Hyde Park Corner Tube Station. The original station was opened in 1906 but was closed in 1932 when updates such as escalators became necessary. The old station was used as a pizza restaurant for many decades but is now the Wellesley Hotel. The new station is now fully underground with no buildings above ground associated with it.

There are four other stations with entrances around the edges of Hyde Park. Queensway is at the northwestern corner of the park. Lancaster Gate is to the north but central. Marble Arch is at the far north eastern corner. More central to the south is Knightsbridge. All of these stations make accessing Hyde Park easy and convenient.