Refurbishment September 2023 – July 2025
We are excited to announce that the iconic Central Park Hotel is under major transformation. Sometimes things need to get ugly before they get pretty !
Our guests are at the heart of all the decisions we make, and your comfort during this period has our priority.
We look forward to welcoming you during and post-refurbishment to share more enhanced experiences.
London’s double-decker buses are about as iconic as Buckingham Palace and Big Ben. These vehicles serve a dual purpose. From a practical point of view, they ferry Londoners to their offices and transport tourists around the city without breaking the bank. Other buses exist purely for sightseeing, complete with open-top decks, guided commentary, and sightseeing-focused routes. During your stay at Central Park London, hop aboard a sightseeing bus at night and bask in the glory of the illuminated capital!
There are several service providers offering night bus tours in London. These are two of the best options to consider while staying at hotels in Central London.
This bright yellow bus weaves you past the principal tourist sights including the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, and the Tower of London.
These climate-controlled vehicles keep you warm and toasty even on a colder night. Departing from 19:30 PM all year round, additional nightly services run between April and September with the latest departure going at 22:15 PM.
Night tours last approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. They are live-guided in English with audio guides available in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Mandarin, and Japanese.
Convenient for guests staying at hotels in Central London, tour buses depart from Green Park, Piccadilly.
Golden Tours London is another provider of night bus tours. The carefully designed schedule includes views of the riverside, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge, the Shard, and Westminster Abbey.
Buses leave at 19:00 PM and 20:00 PM year-round with tours lasting 1 hour and 45 minutes.
An English-speaking tour guide will provide a running commentary on the landmarks. However, there are also audio guides available in German, French, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Hindi, Japanese, and Arabic.
These night bus tours depart from near the London Eye on Belvedere Road.
Seeing as the giant Ferris wheel is a must-see for those planning their first stay in hotels in Central London, you could visit the attraction and then board the bus tour.
London tourist buses are an excellent way to see the capital’s landmarks. The routes are thoughtfully planned while the buses provide a high standard of comfort. While you are in transit, a professional guide will provide informative narration about the sights.
If you encounter rainy or cold weather, you are protected from the elements without sacrificing your sightseeing ambitions.
Furthermore, this is a relaxing way to experience the city at night. These tours are a particularly suitable activity for guests of Central Park London with kids. This way, the littlest travellers can see the splendid sights without wearing out their feet.
It’s important to note that sightseeing buses in London do not include scheduled stops. The tours are focused on enjoying the views from the bus.
During the months of May, June, July, and August, it may still be light and not completely dark on the earlier tours.