Regent’s Park is one of the most popular of the Royal Parks in London.
It was originally a royal hunting ground for Henry VIII., before it was opened for the public in 1845. Today, Regent's park offers countless opportunities for leisure and relaxation for any group types.
One of the main attractions of Regent’s Park is the London Zoo, housing over 750 different species of animals, ranging from tigers to all kinds of creepy bugs. If you pay online you can get a group discount of up to 25%!
But the Regent’s Park holds many more attractions. As the home of the largest outdoor sports area in London with many different pitches, it is a haven for sports teams. Tennis, Football, Hockey, Rugby, cricket or simply throwing Frisbee – there is something for everybody here.
Some of you might prefer to take a stroll through the impressive rose gardens with over 30,000 roses – most impressively displayed in June – or hire a couple of rowing boats for a trip on the lake. For the kids, there are many playgrounds, including the timber tree house adventure right next to the boating lake. During the summer months the Regent’s Park also houses an open air theatre, in case your group wants to wind down after a long summer day with one of Shakespeare’s classics.
If you don't want to travel through the city after such a performance or are just generally looking for hotels near Regent's Park, have a look at our hotels nearby and get the best rates fo ryour group.