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Regent’s Park has over the 395-acre green space in Northwest London. It is a place which is different from the rest of the city. It has enormous terraces of the big houses. Sir John Nash who was the architect of Buckingham Palace designed and built the terraces of the house surrounding the perimeter of the park, the Outer Circle to make them look like one single palace. 

Regent Park is home of the American ambassadors and more recently to Tom Ford, Damien Hirst and Christian Candy the developer to One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge. Christian Candy is creating one of the largest residences in London with over 45,000 sq ft.

Parks & Green Spaces
Regent’s Park is one of eight royal parks which was once a hunting ground for Henry VIII.   395 acre of green space which includes Queen Mary’s Gardens, which blooms with 12,000 roses in early June.

Every year Regents Park host the famous Frieze Art Fair in October. The London Zoo is also situated in Regent Park. 

Shopping and Eatery in Regents Park
Marylebone Village is a short stroll from Regents Park. Marylebone High Street and its surrounding streets are dotted with boutique shops and wonderful restaurants.

Orrery – French Cuisine
Bright Courtyard – Chinese Cuisine
Chiltern Firehouse – Contemporary European Cuisine
Dinings – Japanese Cuisine
Locanda Locatelli – Italian Cuisine
The Royal China Club – Chinese Cuisine
The Wigmore at Langham Hotel – British Cuisine