London’s highest garden – The SkyGarden

While London might not have the abundance of skyscrapers New York has, it still offers fantastic viewing stages from which visitors can soak in the city. One of these is the Sky Garden, a unique venue that combines soaring heights with a natural landscape – two things which aren’t ordinarily found in unison. Interestingly, the city has some these rooftop bars sprawled across the city, but the SkyGarden is one of the most popular.

Sky Garden

The Park Grand Hotels

With the Park Grand Paddington Court London Hotel visitors can experience a luxurious and comfortable stay in the heart of the city. It puts tourists right within reach of the SkyGarden, which can be found near Monument station, on Sky Garden walk inside the famous walkie talkie building (20 Fenchurch Street) – the fifth tallest completed office block in the city.

Besides that, nearby spots worth visiting include the gloriously natural landscape of Hyde Park and the lively shopping district known as Oxford Street. London hotels deal special offers – more than ever – make it easier than ever to enjoy an affordable stay yet full stay in the central vicinity of the capital.

More about SkyGarden

SkyGarden is open between 10am-6pm on weekdays, and 10 am to 10 pm on the weekends – if you fancy going later in the night. With that said, a limited number of tickets are available each day, so you’ll have to book them in advance. Visitors also have an hour time limit from the entry which gives you plenty of time to enjoy the sprawling view of the city’s landscape simply or to also delight in either the Fenchurch restaurant, the Darwin Brasserie, the City Garden Bar, or the Sky Pod bar (or a combination for that matter).

So book your visit to the SkyGarden before you arrive, so that you can have the convenience of having one attraction already lined up for your stay. To that end, if you can, book as many attractions as possible in advance as they give you the freedom of not having to decide on as many attractions during your time in the city.

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