London Millennium Hotel
Mayfair continues to be one of London’s most prestigious areas, sporting Edwardian townhouses, tree-lined streets, and some of the most exclusive shopping you’ll find in the country. However, despite its opulent reputation, Mayfair has a distinctly ‘village’ feel to it. Walk around the squares of imposing houses and you’ll suddenly find yourself in an open street with whitewashed buildings and locals drinking coffee, al fresco. It’s also a surprisingly green and quiet area, given that the traffic and bright lights of the West End are just a few minutes’ walk away. The London Millennium Hotel NCP car park is situated in the heart of Mayfair, providing affordable and convenient parking in London, whether you’re here for business or pleasure.
Grosvenor Square Parking
Grosvenor Square was originally part of the Grosvenor Estate, with access only granted to the locals who helped to pay for its upkeep. It was bombed heavily during the Second World War, after which it was decided to make it into a public space, and the cost of maintenance was handed over to the Royal Parks. Today, it is one of the most peaceful open spaces in the capital, surrounded by stunning examples of Edwardian architecture. To soak up the scenery, you’ll only have to walk a few steps from the London Millennium Hotel NCP.
Oxford Street Shopping Parking
Being able to pre-book a space at the London Millennium Hotel NCP really comes into its own if you want to hit the shops on Oxford Street. Parking in London can be challenging to say the least! But book your space in advance and you won’t have to worry about wardens or parking meters. Just over five minutes’ walk from the car park, you’ll find the big, high street giants and smaller, independent stores, to boutique retailers and exclusive shops such as Selfridges. Park up and prepare to flex your bargain-hunting muscles! With your car only a short walk away, you won’t have far to carry your bags, once you’ve bought all you want.
Hyde Park Parking
Hyde Park is only three minutes away on foot, from the London Millennium Hotel NCP. A beautiful and expansive park, you’ll see horses being ridden, sport being played and families taking picnics – if the weather’s good! Hyde Park has its own attractions: if you’re visiting on a Sunday, take some time to stop at Speaker’s Corner, or head to the Serpentine and hire a rowing boat.