In the heart of London, Hyde Park is easiest reached on the London Underground. In the east of the park, Marble Arch is on the Central Line and Hyde Park Corner, on the Piccadilly Line. Lancaster Gate on the Central Line will deliver passengers near to Marlborough Gate, and Queensway on the Central Line connects to the west entrance. There are several Santander Cycle – Boris bikes – docking stations around the park for the more energetic.
|Everyday||Open 24 hours|
|Staffing level||Full time|
|Travel card zone||Zone 1|
|Left Luggage phone number||0207 262 0344|
|Left Luggage Website||http://www.left-baggage.co.uk/locations.php|
|Shops note||News agent Flower stall Shoe repairer Wide range of shops Mini supermarket Pharmacy Convenience store High street shops Off Licence Passport Photo Booth|
|Telephone types||Coins and cards|
|Station Buffet notes|
Coffee shop Buffet Coffee kiosk Public House/Bar Food outlet (Seating available) Food outlet (Seating unavailable)
Located on concourse
|Bureau de Change||Unavailable|
|Tourist Information Office||Unavailable|
|Toilets notes||Accessible toilets are located on Platforms 1 & 12 and baby changing facility's can be found on Platform 12|
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|Web kiosk hours||<table><thead><th>Day</th><th>Opening Hours</th></thead><tr><td>Weekdays</td><td>Open 24 hours</td></tr><tr><td>Saturday </td><td>Open 24 hours</td></tr><tr><td>Sunday </td><td>Open 24 hours</td></tr></table>|
|Staff Help notes|
Assistance is available to and from platforms. Please contact customer services of the appropriate train operator, 48 hours in advance: First Great Western - 0800 197 1329 Heathrow Express - 0208 757 2700
|Customer Service notes|
Please call our Customer Services Centre on 03457 000 125 (07:00-22:00 every day)
|Customer help points||Available|
|Weekdays||Open 24 hours|
|Saturday||Open 24 hours|
|Sunday||Open 24 hours|
|Carpark name||Station Car Park|
|Carpark operator||APCOA Parking (UK) Limited|
|Car parking spaces||152|
|Cycle storage spaces||682|
|Sheltered cycle storage||Available|
|Cycle storage CCTV||Available|
|Cycle storage notes|
On platform 8/9 and 10
|Cycle storage notes||Spaces on platform 8 and 9 have unrestricted access for all station users. Spaces on platform 10 are for season ticket holders who must be registered. (330 spaces on platform 10)|
|Step-free access||Whole station|
|Step-free access notes|
Disabled passengers can access all areas of the station via lifts and escalators. There is level access to all platforms including access to the London Underground via lifts and escalators.
All exits in the station are able to be accessed by disabled passengers.
|Ramps for train access||Available|
|Accessible ticket machines||Available|
|Accessible Booking Office counter||Unavailable|
|Accessible taxis notes|
All London Black Cabs can accommodate wheelchair passengers without wheelchair users having to leave their wheelchair. There is also a separate collection point for prebooked taxis also further away from the lifts.
|Weekdays||05:30 - 23:59|
|Sunday||16:00 - 23:59|
All First Class
The First Class lounge offers the choice of a modern, comfortable bar area or the traditional, Victorian feel lounge.
The modern extension has armchairs and tables with a bar offering complimentary refreshments. It also has workstations with access to the Internet.
There is a large screen TVs showing Sky News and also a departures board showing train times.
The Victorian lounge offers old world splendour and comfort, with large armchairs and soft lighting, making it the perfect area to relax.
There is also a pre-bookable conference room which can seat up to eight people. Call 0207 313 1109 for more information.
Bar offering complimentary refreshments
Concessions for Standard Class sleeper customers
Hyde Park is one of the most impressive city parks in the world, offering swimming, boating, tennis, cycling, horse riding and skating (including ice skating in the winter). With the Serpentine Lake and a flower garden, an amazing 350 acres of green space and over 4,000 trees, it’s a popular haunt for anyone wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of modern city life. In the north-eastern corner of the park is Speaker’s Corner, where politics and ideas have been heatedly debated in the open air since the mid-1800s, and political protest has spread across the park, with the Suffragettes and the Stop the War Coalition, to name but a few, having made their voices heard from the popular London park.
If political protest is not your thing, Hyde Park has some great sport pitches and courts, running tracks and a top-notch children’s playground. There are also great eateries alongside the river, offering everything from fine dining to a nice hot cuppa and a slice. On your wanderings, keep your eyes open for some wonderful architecture, like the Serpentine Bridge, the Joy of Life fountain, the 18ft statue of Achilles, and of course, the Diana Memorial Fountain, commemorating the people’s princess.
|from Great Malvern||Great Western Railway||19:25||3||On time|
|from Heathrow Terminal 5 (Rail Station Only)||TfL Rail||19:25||11||On time|
|from Penzance||Great Western Railway||19:29||1||On time|
|from Heathrow Terminal 5 (Rail Station Only)||Heathrow Express||19:33||6||On time|
|from Reading||TfL Rail||19:47||12||On time|