Attractions to Explore near Park Grand Heathrow, London

London is one of the best cities to visit for a high-end city experience. London offers a variety of things for all kinds of visitors. This city is forever buzzing with events, gigs and more things for the visitors as well as the local Londoners. There is something exciting happening here all around the year. You can check the London year calendar to find things that interest you and plan your trip to this city accordingly.

Park Gand London Heathrow

When travelling to London book your stay in the prestigious and comfortable the Park Grand London Heathrow. This hotel offers contemporary designs and modern facilities to make your stay as comfortable as it can be. This hotel is ideally located near the Heathrow airport and is also only a short walk away from London tube stations and bus stops. The location helps you easily connect to central London and is a short drive away from the airport. You don’t have to worry about carrying your luggage from central London to the airport. The hotel offers beautiful rooms, suites for you to relax. Plus, it has massive private spaces that are great for hosting meeting and events. The hotel also serves mouth-watering dishes prepared by its master chefs, and a delectable selection of beverages is served at the enjoyable bar.  The hotel is well-equipped with all modern facilities and amenities along with loads of parking area that will make you come back to this hotel on every London trip.

While you enjoy a luxurious stay at the Park Grand Heathrow London, here’s a list of places you can explore in this area.

Twickenham Stadium

An ideal attraction for rugby fans, this place is famous for hosting many iconic matches. It is the largest dedicated rugby union in the world. You can choose to watch a rugby match Live in this massive stadium or take a tour of this stadium and learn how a cabbage patch became the world’s most famous stadium. The guided tour will take you through the most exclusive parts of the stadium. You also get an opportunity to take a seat in England’s Dressing Room and absorb the grand experience.

Battle of Britain Bunker

shutterstock_41083699This is another great location to explore in this area. It is a great place for all lovers for history. This restored bunker will take you to the time where it was used by No.11 Group Fighter Command during the Second World War. These underground operations rooms at RAF Uxbridge are run by Hillingdon Council as a heritage attraction with an attached museum.

Strawberry Hill House

Strawberry Hill House

Experience one of the royal sights of London at the Strawberry Hill House. Located close to Heathrow airport and The Park Grand Heathrow hotel, this house is a seasonal attraction. The house is beautifully decorated with a unique collection of renaissance glass and gothic aesthetics. Created by Horace Walpole in the 18th century, the house is Britain’s finest example of Georgian Gothic revival architecture. The house overlooks a beautifully maintained garden, where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll and have some food at the café.

Osterley Park and House

Osterley Park and House

Another masterpiece of the royal British architecture, the Osterley mansion is built inside the Osterley Park. It’s a very relaxing place for you to bond with your family and friends; enjoy long walks by the mansion and in its lush park along with enjoying the great food served at its restaurant.

York House Gardens

Another stunning mansion built in a lush Park, this place has gorgeous gardens for you and your family to enjoy.

Kew Garden

Kew Gardens

Another iconic garden in this area is the Kew Garden. Beautifully maintained with flowers, walking paths, fountains, statues, structures and gazeebos, this place is truly amusing. This park also hosts many light shows where the whole garden is beautifully decorated with lights at night.

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