Offers Hotel Recommendations near Buckingham Palace to View ‘Queen’s Coronation 1953’ Exhibit

‘The Queen’s Coronation 1953’ goes on display at Buckingham Palace for the duration of the Summer Opening, from Saturday 27th July until Sunday 29th September 2013 and entrance to the exhibition is included in the price of the Summer Opening ticket.

For visitors in search of a hotel nearby Buckingham Palace with royal connections the best place to stay, according to, is The Goring hotel, where Kate Middleton spent the last night before her wedding. Recently appointed winner of The 2013 Top London Afternoon Tea Award by the UK Tea Guild, The Goring was praised for its “elegant surrounding and faultless presentation”.

Just four minutes’ walk away from Buckingham Palace, The Rubens at the Palace is a 4 star hotel with 161 rooms and suites. Just as nearby, 41 is a very special place to stay for those who want to experience a unique luxury 5 star boutique hotel. It’s conveniently located directly opposite the Palace’s Royal Mews which houses the royal collection of historic carriages and coaches and which can also be explored as part of a visit to Buckingham Palace.

Also within easy walking distance of the royal Palace, a leisurely eight minutes’ walk away, the 4 star Hilton Green Park Hotel in Green Park, made from fourteen connected townhouses, is an unusual hotel for Hilton. The Grade II-listed Eccleston Square Hotel in Victoria is a small townhouse hotel just 14 minutes’ walk away from the Queen’s royal residence and offers beautiful interior design and state-of-the-art facilities throughout.

For information on the Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace and related events and exhibitions in London this summer, visit the website where full listings on the Queen’s Coronation and other events are given. For visitors coming from outside London, the website gives a wide choice of accommodation to suit budgets and requirements.

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