Make The Most Of 24 Hours In London


London has a seemingly endless list of attractions and activities; many visitors actually find themselves wondering how they will fit everything into their time here.

Spending a week in the city is probably not enough time to see and do everything that the city offers- in fact, many people who live in the city find themselves discovering new things pretty regularly!

So how can 24 hours in the city be used to its very fullest extent?

Well, start off by booking a room somewhere incredibly central like the Park Grand London Kensington Hotel; it offers supreme comfort and luxury with some of the most competitive London hotel deals in the city.

You’ll be able to finish your week’s work in the best meeting rooms Kensington has to offer, then head out into the city for the adventure of a lifetime.

Here is a quick route you can walk that will take you past many of the city’s most stunning landmarks, and allows you to tick plenty of things off your list.

The Morning

Starting off from your Park Grand Kensington accommodation you’ll be in a great position to explore the very best of the city on this fantastic route.

Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park & the Royal Albert Hall

Heading north from your hotel will take you to the stunning Royal Albert Hall, home to some of the greatest musical performances in the city. From here you can head into the gorgeous Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park and maybe think about grabbing a morning coffee.

Heading to the south eastern corner of Hyde Park will bring you to the Wellington Arch- home to the largest bronze statue in Europe.

From here, heading up Constitution Hill you’ll reach Buckingham Palace, and the stunning surroundings parks.

Next up is Parliament Square where you’ll have stunning views of the Palaces of Westminster, Westminster Abbey and the awesome Big Ben.

Cross the bridge, over the River Thames and join the Southbank riverwalk. You’ll spot the incredible London Eye 135 metres above you, which is well worth the ride if you have the time.


From the river bank you’ll have a stunning view that changes as you walk; St. Paul’s Cathedral will be the first thing you see, then as you head further round, Canary Wharf will reveal itself and the city’s true skyline will be visible.

From here you can head to Borough Market, the 1,000 year old marketplace and enjoy an amazing lunch.

The Afternoon

Next up is one of the best parts of the city.

The awesome ‘living museum’ the HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London can all be accessed easily from one another.

Tower Bridge and the Tower of London are probably the most visited places in the country, and are the most iconic of London’s many landmarks.

Find somewhere for dinner in the city and enjoy an amazing evening in the town.

The Next Day

The next morning exploring Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park for a relaxing start to the day, is a great way to relax.

Walk the banks of the Serpentine, maybe visit the V&A Museum or Kensington Palace for some culture, and reflect on your time in the city.

London In 24 Hours

So there you have it, make the most of your time in the Park Grand Kensington, accommodation won’t get much better in London.

Enjoy the pleasure of London, and tick off all the main sights using this guide to 24 hours in the city.