Bayswater is one of Central London's most elegant and cosmopolitans areas. Historic Bayswater's origins can be traced back to the Domesday Book of 1086 when it was known as Baynard's Castle. The area has been home to many famous and significant figures in British history, from Winston Churchill, Sting, Stella McCartney to Kiera Knightly.
Today, Bayswater hosts incredible architecture from Victorian residences to ultra-modern design. During the day all shopping tastes are catered for, from contemporary and well know shops complimented with unique and novel boutiques, Whitley's is a must stop shopping experience. The evening can satisfy the discerning palette with incredible fine dining through to traditional and continental dinning in the many restaurants and bars; why not try a traditional British Restaurant such as the Hereford or La Suite West for a unique vegetarian menu. Culturally the area offers many fine attractions including The Royal Parks of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens with the Serpentine Gallery and Princess Dianne's memorial playground. The Royal Albert Hall is a 5 minute walk offering fine entertainment and close by is Notting Hill, home to the world famous Notting Hill Carnival during August.
Bayswater offers many quality and Luxurious hotels and we can recommend: The Grand Royal or St James's Hotel and Club for our executive guests. For our business guests The Double Tree by Hilton in Hyde Park.
Bayswater is located 3 miles west of Central London in the City of Westminster. Close to Paddington Train Station 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: Bayswater Tube station is on the Circle and District Lines giving excellent travel throughout Greater London.
Paddington, one of the City of London's entry gateways; welcomes all visitors with its charm and character.
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.
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.
South Kensington draws its beautiful buildings and culture after being formed after the Great Hyde Park Exhibition in 1851.
The Area: Being part of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, South Kensington forms part of London's famous West End. A truly European part of the city the architecture is influenced with French style and flair. The area is home to some of London's landmarks including the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Royal Albert Hall and Imperial College London to name but a few. Famous residents include Beatrix Potter and David Beckham. The area boost exclusive shopping; why not visit Sloane Avenue or Fulham Road for designer outfits to suit all. The antiques shops in the area offer unique opportunities unparalleled to anywhere else. Dinning in the area cannot be compared; truly all tastes are catered for from a traditional British menu at Admiral Codrington through to European and Continental eateries. For your entertainment you must take in a show at the Royal Albert Hall.
Your accommodation requirements are surely covered by the elegant hotels in the area. For an exclusive stay we can recommend The Beaufort or the Hotel Xenia.
South Kensington is located 2 miles west of Central London in the City of Westminster. London Victoria Station is on the doorstep and 5 miles from Heathrow International Airport. By Car: It is easily accessible from the M4/A4 with plenty of off and on street parking. By Rail: South Kensington Tube station has access to 3 of London's main tube lines giving great travel throughout Greater London.
Earls Court is a true independent suburb, west of the Central London.
Earls Court once formed part of Kensington Manor and was mainly a farm until the building of a railway station in 1865, allowing the area to develop and thrive to turn into an urban clique of Great London. Earls Court was once the centre for Gay Lifestyle in London, with businesses and entertainment to suit. The building of the famous Earls Court Exhibition Centre in 1937 led the area to become internationally famous for hosting events such as the Boat Show and being a venue for the 2012 Olympics; checking the upcoming events at the Exhibition Centre will surely add to the experience in Earls Court.
Today, Earls Court is a convenient hub to stay and enjoy the London Lifestyle with its mix of Victorian Buildings and modern entertainment venues. Dining at Zizzi’s with Italian flair can be mixed with a traditional English meal at one of Earls Courts oldest pubs, The Pembroke Arms.
Accommodation is available for all tastes in Earls Court. For a more exclusive stay why not stay at The K+K Hotel. For the B&B experience you could try the Garden View Hotel.
Earls Court is located 4 miles west of Central London in the City of Westminster, only 14 miles from Heathrow International Airport.
By Car: It is easily accessible from the M4 or A4 with plenty of off and on street parking.
By Rail: Earls Court Tube station has access to 3 tube lines giving excellent travel throughout Greater London.
A thriving hub situated North West of the City of London.
Queensway has a mixed heritage in London’s history. Situated next to the up market area of Kensington and just North of Hyde Park; with royal heritage, Queen Victoria was the inspiration for its name. Today, Queenway’s boast an exciting social and nightlife experience with a cosmopolitan feel, with a mix of Asian and Mediterranean influences.
For those wishing to shop you are spoilt for choice. The shopping centre experience is not far away with the modern Westfields Shopping centre close by or the historic Whiteleys department store. Eating out, you will be well catered for with all tastes close by. To entertain yourself you could go to Hyde Park or way not try Ice staking for the more adventurous!
You have a wealth of choices in Queensway from the well know, such as the Comfort Inn or Thistle hotel; to local accommodation such as Berjaya Eden Park Hotel.
Situated 3.5 miles North West of Central London. Close to Paddington Train Station and 15 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: Both Bayswater and Queensway tube stations are close by; with access to 3 tube lines Central, Circle and District Lines all giving excellent travel throughout Greater London.