LONDON, April 04, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Spring is a splendid season to spend at London and like every year, visitors from different corners of the world have started arriving at the city from the very beginning of February. London offers a fantastic climatic condition during the spring, allowing visitors to roam around throughout the day. With fresh blooms of varieties of flowers at the parks, gardens and squares at its different parts, London looks very beautiful at this point of time. It is the season of flower shows in London and people who have a love for botany can have a great treat at the city. Different events have already started in London which includes the Orchid Festival, one of the most colorful botanical events in London. Shaftesbury Hyde Park International, one of the top luxurious accommodation properties in Central London is an ideal staying option for visitors in London, who want to catch a glimpse of the Orchid Festival, since the venue is easily reachable from the hotel.
The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew Gardens is witnessing a color riot right now since fresh blooms of diverse varieties of orchids have started blooming at the Orchid Festival which is going on from February 8.this one of the top attractions in London, in terms of the botanical calendar like every year, the festival is offering visitors a great opportunity to get informed about varieties of orchids many of which are very rare. The festival also comes as a great scope for the people of London to escape the February cold and enjoy for some hours the tropical grandeur at the Princess of Wales Conservatory. For botany enthusiasts, the Orchid Festival is a wonderful opportunity to explore the mysterious world of tropical plants, apart from orchids. This is a grand scope to learn a lot of things about botanical science from stories of the Victorian age plant hunters as well as modern day professionals. The beauty of orchids is best showcased at this festival every year and this edition is not an exception. Some of the most beautiful specimens are on display at the Royal Botanical Garden right now, which include plenty of breathtaking plants.
How to reach the Orchid Festival
Reaching the Royal Botanical Gardens from Shaftesbury Hyde Park International is very easy. Visitors can get out of the hotel to reach the nearest Queensway underground station and take train for Kew Gardens, from where the venue is at a stone throw distance.
The Orchid Festival is already on and rooms are filling up fast at Shaftesbury Hyde Park International. So to ensure a visit to the Orchid Festival, botany enthusiasts should book their rooms fast. They can enter the hotel's official website at http://www.shaftesburyhotels.com or call its reservation desk by dialing +44 (0) 20 7745 1212. One may also communicate with the management of Shaftesbury Hyde Park International by sending mail at email@example.com. The luxurious property stand at Devonshire Terrace, one of the bustling areas in the Paddington district of Central London.