Exploring the London Gardens


One of the advantages of these gardens is that unlike the Royal Parks, they’re scarcely populated, and the small landscape make for of an intimate experience. We’ve all visited parks and been shocked by the sheer magnitude of its size; gardens are the complete opposite.

Found at the top of Streatham common, the secret London garden evokes a deep sense of peace and tranquillity from the moment you walk in. As you step in, you’ll be greeted by gates that unveil a lawn cropped to perfection. And as you walk past, you’ll go down a delightful path complimented by flowers and bushes, while you hear the trickle of the fountain from the distance. As you carry on taking your trek through this mystery of a garden, a waterfall will come into your view.

The Royal Botanic Garden is the world’s most famous garden. It boasts historic building, an array of vivacious, beautiful plants, glasses houses, and lush landscapes. With over 14,000 trees, the Kew Palace – with layers of history from the period of King George; it’s a historic delight just as much as a nature park. Although it’s more similar to a park due to its large landscape.

Queen Mary's Garden
Home to the Open Air Theatre, Queen Mary’s Gardens are located in Regent’s Park London’s Inner Circle, and are particularly noted for their outstandingly tendered rose gardens that feature more than 30,000 flowers.

The Montcalm London Marble Arch Hotel, one of the most opulent of its kind in the area, is close by to some of these gardens. It’s filled with an innumerable amount of amenities and facilities, all designed to make your stay in the capital more enjoyable and memorable. Consider the Montcalm club before you go ahead and book your flight, you’ll be glad you did.

In summary, those visiting London shouldn’t settle for the mere parks in central London. The gardens offer an experience that’s at the pinnacle of nature.