London is a vast city, with many different districts, each with their own unique characteristics and attractions.
The Bayswater neighbourhood is renowned for its many restaurants, shops, 4-star hotels in London, historical interest and of course the Portobello Road antiques market where locals and visitors alike congregate to browse the many market stalls and shops. However, Bayswater also acts as a great base for visiting other neighbouring districts and exploring the delights that our capital city has to offer.
Read on to discover which London neighbourhoods are closest to Bayswater and what they have to offer for visitors planning a trip this month.
The district of Kensington is just a short stroll away from Bayswater, so the Park Grand Kensington Hotel London is an excellent base for anyone who wants 4-star accommodation in an easily accessible location.
In Kensington, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained and educated, including the Science Museum and Natural History Museum with its impressive dinosaur exhibition.
For music lovers, the Royal Albert Hall regularly hosts concerts from classical to pop, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
One of the most expensive neighbourhoods in London, Mayfair sits between the eastern edge of Hyde Park and the West End making it a great place to spend a few hours taking in the impressive buildings and art galleries.
Property prices in this area are eye watering, but it’s still a popular pastime for visitors to explore the area and marvel at the beautiful homes.
Mayfair is easy to get to from many of our 4-star hotels in London, so take the time to visit the leafy streets and elegant buildings for a relaxed afternoon stroll.
Home to one of London’s most loveable characters in children’s literature, the district of Paddington not only contains Paddington Station, but is dotted with cosy cafes, garden squares and traditional English pubs.
Many people visit Paddington Station to catch a glimpse of the bronze statue of Paddington Bear who keeps watch over the millions of visitors that pass through this national rail hub every year.
Staying at the Park Grand Kensington Hotel London means you’ll have excellent access to public transport to other areas including Bayswater nearby. It has the added benefit of being just a short stroll away from Hyde Park.
Another neighbouring district to Bayswater is Marylebone, a chic area full of beautiful Georgian buildings, independent boutiques and classy restaurants sure to delight even the most discerning palates.
One of the main reasons visitors flock to Marylebone is to visit Madam Tussaud’s Waxworks, a permanent exhibition of wax models including the royal family, A-list celebrities, famous actors and actresses and a thrilling taxi ride through the history of London.
Literature lovers can also visit the home of the fictional character, Sherlock Holmes at 221b Baker Street. This also houses the Sherlock Holmes museum.
So, when you want to pay a visit to Bayswater, rest assured that all of the neighbouring areas have plenty to offer for families, couples and single travellers alike.