The view from Richmond Terrace, adjacent to the hotel, has now been officially protected and recognised as one of London's treasures.
The Riverside area incorporates some of the most beautiful areas of Richmond including Petersham Meadows and the historic area around Heron Square.
Kew Gardens sets the international standard for conservation and research to show visitors a wonderful world of flora. Only a short journey from Richmond Hill Hotel, Kew Gardens opens up amazing sights. Here you can stroll through meticulously planned gardens with rare and unusual flowers and sparkling water features filled with fish.
Richmond town centre
Richmond town centre is renowned for great shopping, boasting a mix of high street stores and independent boutiques. There is no shortage of places to eat and drink with something to suit every budget and palate, from pub grub to Michelin menus. As you wander from place to place make sure to take in the incredible architecture of the buildings!
Get Active Outdoors
Explore the wonderful Richmond Park and the River Thames just a short distance from Richmond Hill Hotel.
Stroll amongst the wild deer in Richmond Park, enjoy an invigorating run along the Thames, or take part in a spot of yoga or golf in the park - all to be enjoyed within the most stunning surroundings.
Ham Polo Club is the last remaining polo club in Greater London. Founded in 1926, it has an established and distinguished reputation. Known for excellent playing conditions plus a relaxed family atmosphere, fixtures are held regularly throughout the summer months.
Tennis at Wimbledon
The home of tennis, Wimbledon’s finest champions can be watched on centre court. Whether you are visiting one of the historic museums, or you managed to get hold of a pair of tickets for the final summer matches, Richmond Hill is an ideal Wimbledon hotel.
The impressive Wembley Stadium is just a 20-minute car drive, and allows visitors to enjoy many sporting and music events. Since the 1920s right up until today, the old and new stadium has hosted many memorable moments, and there are many more to come.
The home of England Rugby, and the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world, seating up to 82,000 people. The stadium is a destination for visitors from all over the world to experience the action on a match day or dance to some of the biggest stars in music.
Hampton Court Palace
This is an attraction simply not to be missed during your hotel stay in Richmond. Hampton Court Palace is just bursting with history, beautiful grounds and gardens and is fun for everyone. Costumed tours and talks happen daily, and there are many seasonal events.
Strawberry Hill House
Strawberry Hill House is located just 3 miles from the hotel in Twickenham. The Gothic Revival Villa was built by Horace Walpole from 1749. It has been beautifully restored to its former glory and offers a fantastic look at the Gothic architectural period.
Chiswick House and Gardens
We are only 15 minutes away from this elegant building and gardens. Built in 1729, this villa was inspired by the architecture of ancient Rome and 16th century Italy. Created by the third Earl of Burlington as an experiment to display his art and book collections.
Richmond Hill Hotel is conveniently located just 7 miles from Central London where you can enjoy an adventurous day exploring the capital's top tourist attractions and shopping areas, as well as exploring the array of famous historic landmarks, galleries and more.
From the nearby Richmond station, a short 30-minute journey on the District underground line will take you into London Victoria, a fantastic central hub from which to travel around the capital, and via national rail you can reach London’s Waterloo in just 15 minutes.