is bordered by Notting Hill on its western side and Paddington to its east. Served by the Circle and District lines. Its closest tube stations would be Notting Hill Gate and Paddington. The area around Bayswater is packed with shops. Coming out of the station and you are on Queensway. A road that has a full range of things to do, buy and eat. We have compiled a mini guide below to what’s outside Bayswater tube station for those who find they have some spare time or need to pick up a few things.
The Social Scene: A hand full of places that we picked that could be useful before or after visiting one of our Bayswater escorts. Places that could prove useful to relax in before your prearranged escort appointment takes place.
- Whiteleys London, W2 4YN. (shopping, food, cinema)
- Express supermarkets (Tesco and Sainsbury’s), next to or opposite Bayswater tube exit/entrance.
- Cafes (Starbucks etc) and fast food outlets of which there are many along Queensway Rd.
- Casino which is next door to Bayswater tube station.
- ATM’s turn right out of Bayswater tube station and just past Starbucks is HSBC bank and its ATM’s.
- Barclays ATM’s – Turn left out of the tube station and Barclays is next door to the tube station.
- The Bayswater Arms (pub). 99 Queensway W2 4QH.
- A number of Thai and Chinese restaurants along Queensway (too many to mention them all).
- Queensway Tube Station. Postcode W2 4SS. Located at the top of Queensway. At the Hyde Park end. Turn right out of Bayswater tube station and walk to the top of the road.
Bayswater’s Transport Services. For your travel concerns…
- Bayswater Tube Station runs on the Circle and District lines between Notting Hill Gate and Paddington Station.
- Queensway bus routes include: 70, 94, 148, 390, and N207.
- Bayswater bus that stops outside of Whiteleys: 70
- Bayswater is not in the Congestion Charge zone if you are travelling to this area by car.
Background and Brief History.
Bayswater is in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Located in central London within the City of Westminster. At one end it borders Hyde Park and reaches up to Paddington and Notting Hill. Originally first noted in the doomsday book as ‘Baynard’s watering’, a place where springs of excellent water once supplied water to Baynard’s household or his cattle. This name stood preserved but continuously being shortened over time. Baynard’s watering place eventually shortened to the present day’s Bayswater.