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Situated in a quiet, residential square, the Bayswater Inn provides service, comfort and quality of an exceptionally high standard in Central London.
Bayswater Inn is located in a quiet, tree-lined, residential street in a very convenient central location, near to many local attractions.
The London Tourist Board gives Bayswater Inn a three-star rating and the hotel offers 139 comfortable, quality rooms, with clean and comfortable furnishings. All bedrooms are fully appointed to a tourist class standard and include a fair range of amenities including a colour TV, some complimentary toiletries, a hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities.
The Clubhouse coffee shop located on the ground floor overlooks the garden opposite, providing a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. The hotel restaurant offers a complimentary cooked breakfast and a good selection of dishes whilst the bar stays open until 2 am serving a range of beers, wines and cocktails. Room service is available until 1.30 am.
For the very reasonable room rates the Bayswater Inn offers, it enjoys a fantastic location, close to many London sights and attractions, in a very safe and affluent district of London.
The hotel is within 20 minutes walk of Oxford Street, where you will find over 300 shops to while away an afternoon, including Selfridges Department Store, and if you're feeling particularly flush or just want to do some up market window shopping, head to Bond Street to see some of the most expensive couturiers in the city.
Hyde Park is just a few minutes walk away, where you can enjoy a stunning green space with a variety of attractions, including tennis courts, boating on the Serpentine Lake and horse rides courtesy of Hyde Park Stables. You can also visit The Serpentine Gallery, which has a sophisticated collection of contemporary art, and if you're lucky you'll see the Pavilion, which is updated by a different artist every year.
Marble Arch monument stands at the uppermost corner of Hyde Park, near to the original site of the London gallows, it is no less grand than when it was used as the entranceway to Buckingham Palace and you can marvel at how it was once used as Britain's tiniest police station.
Kensington Palace and Gardens, the former residence of Princess Diana lies on the other side of Hyde Park, where you can partake in the quintessentially British tradition of afternoon tea in The Orangery Restaurant, whilst gazing out at the picturesque flowerbeds. Further to the west, you'll find the trendy bohemian enclave of Notting Hill, where you'll find some exquisite cafes and boutiques and the engrossing antique stalls of Portobello Road Market.
The hotel is a five-minute walk away from Bayswater tube station, which services the District and Circle lines. From here you have direct links to Paddington Station (where the Heathrow Express Train terminates), Victoria Station (where the Gatwick Express Train terminates) and many other areas of London, including Notting Hill, which is famed for its carnival.
If you are driving to the hotel, it is situated near the main A4 road, which can be accessed via the M4 and M25; however, guests should note that the hotel is in the congestion charge zone. An NCP car park is located very nearby in Queensway for overnight parking.
The hotel is one of the more basic accommodation options in the area, but with very cheap room rates and a very convenient location you will find this to be a suitable hub for exploring this historic area of the city and beyond.
If you do choose to stay here, to ensure the best night's sleep, don’t go for a room in the basement as these are smaller and near the lift shaft, so can be noisy.