Bayswater Inn Hotel is located in Bayswater which is an area within the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in central London. It is considered one of London’s most architecturally traditional areas. Bayswater is well known for its close proximity to London’s Hyde Park. To the north it borders Kensington Garden. Bayswater has a a population density of 17,500 per square kilometre. Bayswater is one of London’s most cosmopolitan areas. There is a high concentration of hotels in the area with the Bayswater Inn commanding an excellent location and a cheap hotel option. On walking through Baywater pillared Georgian terraces and neat garden squares are visible.
Bayswater has a diverse community with a large Greek, Arab, French, American & Brazilian community present here. In Summer time on Edgware Road the air is rich with the scents of Okacbasi barbecues and shisha pipes and the sounds of Middle Eastern and North African music. The American community are based around Whiteley’s Shopping centre, a century-old department store that was the closest thing London had to a US-style mall prior to the opening of Westfields and One New Change.
Restaurants in Bayswater
Baywater has a large, diverse range of cuisine options available to suit every palet. Options include Italian Cuisine, Indian Cuisine, British Cuisine, Greek Cuisine , Thai Cuisine, Spanish Cuisine and many more options.
Whitley’s shopping centre is one of the biggest attractions in Bayswater which is host to a number of high street names, boutiques, restaurants and a cinema. Queen’s Ice and Bowl is the oldest ice rink in the United Kingdom, opened in October 1930. Queens remains the only permanent ice rink in central London.
Tube: Bayswater Tube station is on the Circle and District Line services. Other nearby stations include Royal Oak, Edgware Road, Lancaster Gate and Paddington.
Rail: Paddington station offers services to the western suburbs and other destinations including Devon, Cornwall, Bristol and Wales. The Heathrow Express, which will take you to the airport in 15 minutes.
Bus: There are superb bus connections to all over London, including the 7 (to Russell Square), the 23 (to Liverpool Street), the 27 (to Chalk Farm), the 70 (to Acton) and the 148 (to Camberwell Green).
Road: Bayswater is a 25 minute drive from the M4 and M25.
Airport: Great road access means it’s only 25 minutes to Heathrow airport.
The Bayswater Inn Hotel offers a fantastic location in which to explore Bayswater and central London.