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Hyde ParkHyde Park Hyde Park is famous for the Serpentine and Speaker’s Corner – a place for public debate. 
Pubs in London
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Blue Bar in London Blue BarKnightsbridge
A bar in Wilton Place, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park, with cocktails and serves food.
Capital Hotel in London Capital HotelSouth Kensington
A bar at 22-24 Basil Street, approximately half-a-mile away.
Capital Restaurant in London Capital RestaurantSouth Kensington
A bar in Basil Street, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park. The Capital Restaurant serves French cuisine in the form... more
Carbon in London CarbonMayfair
A bar at 12a Old Quebec Street, approximately half-a-mile away. Carbon embodies an inspirational mix of industrial glamou... more
Carpenters Arms in London Carpenters ArmsMayfair
A pub in Seymour Place, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park. The Carpenters Arms is a traditional pub serving a good... more
Champagne Bar in London Champagne BarKnightsbridge
A bar at 87-135 Brompton Road, approximately half-a-mile away.
City of Quebec in London City of QuebecMayfair
A pub in Old Quebec Street, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park, with a food menu, karaoke nights and has sports eve... more
Duke Of Kendal in London Duke Of KendalPaddington
A pub at 38 Connaught Street, approximately half-a-mile away. The Duke Of Kendal serve a wide range of beers, wines and s... more
Glen Miller Bar in London Glen Miller BarMayfair
A bar in Bryanston Street, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park, with live music. Situated in the Thistle Marble Arch... more
Green Man in London Green ManKnightsbridge
A pub at 87-135 Brompton Road, approximately half-a-mile away. It has vegetarian dishes, sports events on the TV, serves... more
Le Metro in London Le MetroSouth Kensington
A bar in Basil Street, less than ¾ mile away from Hyde Park.
Mandarin Bar in London Mandarin BarKnightsbridge
A bar at 66 Knightsbridge, approximately half-a-mile away. Mandarin Bar, located within the Mandarin Oriental hotel, serv... more
Park Tower Casino in London Park Tower CasinoKnightsbridge
A pub in Knightsbridge, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park, with open late, a seating area, bar. Grosvenor Casinos... more
Paxtons Head in London Paxtons HeadKnightsbridge
A pub at 153 Knightsbridge, approximately half-a-mile away.
Portman in London PortmanMayfair
A pub in Upper Berkeley Street, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park. The Portman is a fine, neighbourhood style bar... more
Red Bar in London Red BarMayfair
A bar at 86-90 Park Lane, approximately half-a-mile away. Red Bar is located within the Grosvenor House Hotel and serves... more
Salt Whisky Bar & Dining Room in London Salt Whisky Bar & Dining RoomPaddington
A bar in Seymour Street, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park, with cocktails, wireless internet access, vegetarian d... more
Sportsman Casino in London Sportsman CasinoMayfair
A pub at 14-22 Old Quebec Street, approximately half-a-mile away.
Tattersalls Taverns in London Tattersalls TavernsKnightsbridge
A pub in Knightsbridge Green, approximately ½ mile from Hyde Park.
Tyburn in London TyburnPaddington
A pub at 18-20 Edgware Road, approximately half-a-mile away. It has cocktails, a food menu, serves real ale, vegetarian d... more
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