With the Warrington Lantern Parade due in December 2014, the hotels around Bayswater would be getting very busy with bookings from tourists.
Warrington is a good-looking place located in the North West side. The place was first searched by the Romans in the ancient times. It was a very important place of crossing on the River Mersey in those days. The Saxons established a new settlement. By the time it was the Middle Age Period, Warrington had become a market town with a low bridging point. There has been a practice of having textile and tool production since early days. Urbanization here coincided with the Industrial Revolution and then the city saw the formation of the modern Borough of Warrington in the year 1974. The County Borough of Warrington and the Lymm Urban District, the Runcorn Rural District, Golborne Urban District, the Whiston Rural district got amalgamated and formed the main borough of Warrington. It is a very famous venue for the Warrington Lantern Parade which is held in the month of December every year. This year in 2014, it comes on Thursday December 11 and ends at 6 p.m.
The Warrington Lantern Parade 2014
Beginning on December 11, this would go on from 6 in the evening till 9 in the night. It would begin and end in the Queen’s Gardens and take you on a magical winter experience in this part of London. Enjoy the festive mood and take back with you lot of things that you would cherish forever. The delicious cuisine, the hot drinks, the live music all add to the magical experience here. Then since it is Christmas time, you would also have carol singers. It is being celebrated juxtaposed with the Panto at Parr Hall in the month of January 2015. With the theme of the parade being Snow White, there would be lot of lantern making and related arrangements. Schools, community centres and libraries are getting busy making lanterns. The Museum too also caters to these arrangements and there are free workshops which help you to learn the art of making these beautiful articles of attention.
What happens in the Warrington Lantern Festival?
Children, adults, community groups and people across the country come and enjoy the beautiful exhibits here. The traditional nativity animals, festivecarols, Samba all add to the colour here. The procession usually leaves from Queens’ Gardens on the Parr Hall end and then returns at around seven in the evening. You would also be taken for a visit to the Town Hall where the magnificent lighting would enthrall you. For all those who wish to make lanterns, you may learn that in the parade on the evening of December 11. There are many other dates when you can again learn it. The Parr Hall pantomime would complement the Snow White theme which is the main area of attention.
Schedule for the Warrington Lantern Festival
On November 29, Saturday the venue would be Warrington Library, on Tuesday at 10 in the morning. Then it would end at 11.30 a.m and begin at 1.30 p.m from the Couchette Library. From 1 to 3 in the afternoon we can see it in the Warrington Museum & Art Gallery. This would be for an hour and then at 10 mornings on December 6, it would begin from the Lymm Library. From 11 to 3 it would be at the Warrington Town Centre. From 1 to 3 it would be in the Warrington Museum & Art Gallery. You also have the strip to Warrington Town Centre on December 7 where there would be a festival.
Hotels around Queens Gardens Bayswater
People coming to London would schedule their stay such that it would co-inside with the Lantern Festival. They would look for good hotels around Queens Garden Bayswater. There are a good many hotels which cater to the needs and conveniences of the people. These designer hotels are the best way to relax and rejuvenate while on tours here.
The Caesar Hotel
This is a beautiful hotel that gives the guests the best in not only style but also comfort. Bedrooms are well decorated and provided with modern furniture. The tranquility and serenity of Hyde Park as well as the feeling of being near the shopping areas of Oxford Street make it a convenient stay in these hotels. Enjoy the surroundings of Bond and Regent Streets and bask in the sounds and sights of the active nightlife in London.
This is yet another beautiful five star boutique that is strategically situated in Bayswater. This is just a stroll away from Hyde Park and is very close to the Paddington Station too. The convenient links to Heathrow Airport and the West End make the stay comfortable here.
The Hyde Park Premier
This is another comfortable hotel providing the best conveniences. Easily walkable from Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, this gives full value for money and also has the best kind of luxurious furnishings. There are facilities to reach Oxford Street and Regent Street easily and with the Paddington station nearby the mode of transport is also not a problem.
Facilities at the Hotels in Bayswater
All the hotels in Bayswater offer the best of services with facilities like a spa, fitness centre, swimming pool, business facilities, business centre, concierge, and porter facilities for 24 hours, laundry services, dry cleaning, passenger lifts, and are dog friendly, shuttle services to the airport, and lounge and bar conveniences. The rooms offer an En suite bathroom, television, and Wi-Fi, satellite and cable facilities; in room direct dial service, with a 24 hour room service convenience. There is a mini bar and fridge with tea and coffee making machines available along with a hair dryer, and iron. Bookings can be made telephonic ally and if you are booking for a group, the hotels do consider giving a discount. With these easily available conveniences, stays at hotels in this part of London are surely comfortable and relaxing.