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      The single room I stayed in was comfortable and clean. Yes, it was tiny, but I only wanted it for an overnight sleep. I've stayed here before and will do so again....
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      The hotel was in the perfect location close to everything ! no complaints at all. You get what you pay for. Extremely happy with this hotel as you are close to everything. We had a great stay.
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Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park is the oldest Royal Park in the UK and has been since its enclosure in 1433 when it was the first park to be enclosed. Greenwich Palace (birthplace of King Henry VIII and the first Queen Elizabeth) stands within the park and is now Greenwich University and features a pair of towers designed by Christopher Wren.


Greenwich Park is part of the Greenwich World Heritage Site, where the Royal Greenwich Observatory is situated - the famous Meridian Line divides the park in two - giving you the chance to stand with one foot in each hemisphere if you wish!

The naturally beautiful and large 183 acre park is set against a backdrop of the Queen's house, the National Maritime Museum and the Canary Wharf complex, as well as the constantly moving maritime scenes of the River Thames. From the middle of Greenwich Park there are stunning views of London across the River Thames to St Paul's Cathedral and beyond where you will gain a great sense of its history of the landscape. There are not many better scenes to relax and enjoy on a summers day in London than these view from Greenwich Park. Greenwich Park is home to a small herd of Fallow and Red deer, an elegant bandstand which is regularly graced with brass bands on sunny days, donkey rides at Blackheath Gate, children's playground and a boating lake where children paddle their canoes.

Open from 6.00am for pedestrians, and 7.00am for traffic all year round, Greenwich Park has a busy events calendar including jazz, opera, theatre and children's activities all year round and a varied programme of special events throughout the summer, as well as many cafes and restaurants around the Park.

Address
Greenwich Park
Charlton Way
London
SE10 9LZ

Official website:
www.royalparks.org.uk



Hotels near Greenwich Park

The following London hotels are located near Greenwich Park.