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Hilton London Hyde Park

129 Bayswater Road, London, W2 4RJ, United Kingdom TEL: +44-207-221-2217 FAX: +44-203-002 4366
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A New Chapter; Where Classic Meets Contemporary

Feel at home with warm and personalized service at the iconic Hilton London Hyde Park hotel. Our unique heritage meets modern elegance, providing a relaxing environment with today’s travellers in mind.

Historical Highlights

  • In 1971, Alfred Hitchcock chose the hotel to shoot scenes for his movie ‘Frenzy’, selecting the grand Dome Suite to stay in for the duration of the shooting.
  • Famous actress Marlene Dietrich also stayed at the hotel, residing in the Dome Suite for two weeks, whilst filming in London.
  • Designed by D. Joseph, who built the superstructures of several Underground stations, it consisted of the Coburg Hotel, with three cupolas, over shops and Queensway station.
  • One of the ‘lost rivers of London’, the River Westbourne, originally known as the Bayswater Rivulet, runs directly underneath the hotel.
  • In the early 19th Century it became necessary to build over the river. The original pipe can still be seen above the platform of Sloane Square tube station.

Hilton London Hyde Park hotel - Coburg Court Hotel

Coburg Court Hotel

Steeped in history, the Coburg Court Hotel opened in 1907 and later changed to the Coburg Hotel in the early 1960s. A grade II listed building, this red terracotta Edwardian townhouse is now Hilton London Hyde Park, and continues to be a quintessential London landmark. We draw inspiration from the Coburg manager, Mr Goring, who believed that “personal service and good food should be supplemented, rather than controlled, by mechanical means.”

Hilton London Hyde Park hotel - Queensway

A Historical Setting

Enjoy a prime location overlooking Britain’s most famous park at the entrance of Kensington Palace. This hotel has retained much of its original stone surround with carved capitals and segmental arched openings, which form a group at the entrance to Queensway Station.

Hilton London Hyde Park hotel - Peter Pan Statue

A historic statue

Only a stone’s throw from the hotel, the original statue of Peter Pan, commissioned by J.M.Barrie, was erected by George Frampton on May 1st 1912 in Kensington Gardens. Barrie, who not only failed to get permission to place it in Kensington Gardens, insisted that the statue be erected in the middle of the night to give the children of London the illusion that the sculpture had appeared by magic.

Hilton London Hyde Park hotel - Queensway

Inspiration from Conrad Hilton

Conrad Hilton famously stated “It has been, and continues to be, our responsibility to fill the earth with the light and warmth of hospitality.” In Hilton London Hyde Park, and in Hilton hotels across the globe, this motto is instated in the unique, personalized service, comfortable guest rooms, contemporary meeting space, and delicious food and beverage options.