Paddington station connects the capital of South West England to South Wales. The railway station receives trains from West and South West England and South Wales. Therefore, all the trains running from Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Oxford halt here. Paddington railway station is also the terminus for the Heathrow Express, a train that runs to the Heathrow International Airport.
Paddington railway station was designed in the year 1854 by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The station was recently renovated and many new elements were added to it to making it an interesting place. You will find a plethora of shops, restaurants and bars in its neighbourhood. London Paddington railway station is also served by buses and taxis and therefore, it becomes easy to commute to other parts of central London. With such easy facility available to access various parts of London, many people prefer to stay in London Paddington hotels, which offer easy accessibility.
During your stay in one of the London Paddington hotels, you can also take the pleasure of exploring its nearby attractions. One of the most recently refurbished attractions is the Paddington Basin, a place where you can dine and drink beside the tranquil water. The most attractive feature of the basin is its rolling bridge that curls like a caterpillar. At a stone’s throw away from the Paddington Station is the Regent’s Canal and the amazing Little Venice to explore. While walking along the canal, you will come across a string of waterside restaurants. Also, you can take a tube from the railway station and visit landmarks like Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and Serpentine Gallery.