There will be no mistaking the Park Hyatt London River Thames Residences presence on the horizon. The distinct yet elegant architecture is designed to both stand out from and enhance the surrounding skyline. Visible from Westminster, the building creates a bold focal point for the cluster of buildings, rising beautifully towards the clouds.
Only a fortunate few get to live this close to the river, with views of so many world-famous landmarks. The magnificent Thames is the backbone to the city, with tree-lined promenades connecting effortlessly with the Southbank Centre, London Eye and beyond.
London’s arts scene has an impeccable reputation. One of the city’s most distinguished art galleries, Tate Britain, is just a short walk from Park Hyatt London River Thames Residences. In nearby South Kensington, historic museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum sit alongside the Royal Albert Hall, London’s most iconic entertainment venue. The West End’s Theatre-land has something for every taste, with some of the world’s biggest shows playing every night.
From bespoke suits at Mayfair’s Savile Row to British designers Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen among the flagship stores on Old Bond Street, the English reputation for impeccable quality and style is to be found in every part of London life.
London is home to over 60 Michelin-starred restaurants, including iconic Sketch London in Mayfair.With five restaurants and bars in a sumptuous Georgian townhouse, they serve everything from afternoon tea and cocktails to a full a la carte menu. In nearby South Kensington, Claude Bosi at Bibendum offers modern French haute- cuisine in a stunning Art Nouveau building.
The UK’s higher education system is one of the best. Two of the top 15 universities in the world are based in London, Imperial College and University College London. London’s SOAS, London School of Economics and King’s College are also world leaders in their study fields, attracting students from all over the globe.