Across from Hyde Park, you’ll find one of the UK’s most famous concert venues, the Royal Albert Hall. It’s famous for holding the Proms concerts each summer since 1941, and since Queen Victoria opened it in 1871, it’s been home to almost 400 shows a year. If you’re staying at one of our hotels near the Royal Albert Hall, you’ll be in a great position for several parks, museums as well as world-class shops and restaurants. Your weekend break may be all about the Proms but if you plan it right and you’ll have several highlights.
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Book a hotel near Royal Albert Hall and enjoy a concert of a lifetime. Next day: it’s tough decision time — history or science? Start with the Science Museum for a mind-blowing 3D space experience. Next stop, the Natural History Museum which author Bill Bryson says "has tranformed our expectations of what museums are for” by appealing to everyone. Expect some time travelling to the Jurassic era for an epic dinosaur exhibit. Also, save time for the blue whales. Learning’s never been this fun. Three in a row? Pop across the road to the V&A which hosts world-famous exhibitions featuring the likes of David Bowie or Alexander McQueen. After a big day of tickling your curiosity, our London Fulham Hotel is a 10-minute drive from all three museums.
Things to do near the Royal Albert Hall
Football fans, our London Fulham Hotel is a stone’s throw from Stamford Bridge, home to one of London’s most successful football clubs Chelsea FC. You can find out the times for a guided stadium tour or just enjoy the interactive exhibit. If football royalty isn't your thing, what about the Royal Mews? Take a half-hour tube ride from our London Fulham Hotel and you’re at Buckingham Palace’s famous stable/garage. It houses the Queen’s horses and official vehicles. If you’re lucky, you may even see her horses in Hyde Park, but take your walking shoes as this is one of London’s largest parks.