Paddington, one of the City of London's entry gateways; welcomes all visitors with its charm and character.
The Area: Paddington has historic roots as one of London's original villages dating back to the 1800's, however the Roman's formed the original Parish of Paddington with its straight roads forming its boundaries.
Today Paddington rivals Belgravia as an exclusive destination for living, business and pleasure. Key to the success of the area is the National Train Station of Paddington, being a gateway into West London for visitors and provides extensive link to travel in and around London. St Mary's Hospital in Paddington is world famous, with the future King of England, Prince William being born there. The local amenities are extensive affording guests excellent shopping and leisure facilities. Whitley's is a must stop shopping experience offering both contemporary and well known shops for you to browse all day. Why not explore the local shops, you may come across Me & EM (Tatler loves this place) to The Dresser, where Eric Clapton donates his clothes. For Dinner, local facilities are wide and varied; Garfunkel's can cater of all tastes and is near the Tube Station or for something exclusive why not have Afternoon Tea at the Royal Park.
Accommodation: There are many excellent value hotels near the Train Station. For our business guests we can recommend the Hilton. For an exclusive stay why not try The Royal Park.
How to get to: Paddington is located 2 miles west of Central London in the City of Westminster. Paddington Train Station is on the doorstep and 5 miles from Heathrow International Airport.
By Car: It is easily accessible from the A40 or A4 with plenty of off and on street parking.
By Rail: Paddington Tube station has access to 4 of London's main tube lines giving unrivalled travel throughout Greater London.