7 Craven Road, Paddington, W2 3BPShow on map
This budget hotel is good base from which to explore London. Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are 0.3 miles from the Metro. Within Hyde Park lies the Serpentine lake and Serpentine Gallery. This large, leafy... Read More »
11 Craven Road, Paddington, W2 3BPShow on map
"Budget hotel near Bayswater is a great base for sightseeing or business in London" If you are looking for a cheap hotel near Bayswater and Paddington, Ascot Hyde Park Hotel is a sensible choice. Ascot Hotel... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
146 Praed Street, Paddington, W2 1EEShow on map
If you are flying in to London, the last thing you want to do is trek arduously to your hotel as jet lag kicks in. Luckily the Hilton Paddington Hotel is literally seconds away from Paddington Station, where... Read More »
4 star classic boutique hotel
3 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, W2 3ULShow on map
The Royal Park is an intimate London boutique hotel offering 48 exquisitely appointed rooms and suites. Ideally located on Westbourne Terrace, it lies to the north of Hyde Park, London's largest royal park.... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
8-14 Talbot Sq, Paddington, W2 1TSShow on map
Nestled in a beautiful and quiet garden square, this attractive hotel is just 2 minutes walk from Paddington Station and the Heathrow Express. With traditional Victorian architecture mixed with tasteful... Read More »
5A London Street, Paddington, W2 1HLShow on map
“Budget friendly venue based in Paddington”The Hotel Sophia is a 13 room, budget friendly hotel based in Paddington, West London. This lies in Zone 1 of the Underground system. The closest tube... Read More »
1 Spring Street, Paddington, W2 3RAShow on map
The Hotel Edward is a low-cost, tourist-class hotel in the heart of the affluent Bayswater district of London. Housed in a very elegant, white Edwardian town house, the hotel looks much more regal than its... Read More »
25 London Street, Paddington, W2 1HHShow on map
The Royal Norfolk Hotel is housed in one of the elegant Victorian town houses, which line leafy Norfolk Square in the Paddington district of London, ideally located for Paddington Station, where the Heathrow... Read More »
Bed and Breakfast
5-9 Norfolk Square, Paddington, Paddington, W2 1RUShow on map
The Cardiff Hotel in Paddington has been run by the same family since 1958, which gives it a welcoming, homely feel. One of the many low-cost tourist-class hotels situated around Norfolk Square, the hotel... Read More »
30 Norfolk Square, Paddington, W2 1RSShow on map
Part of the Aga Hotel group, Tony's House Hotel is a low cost low quality bed and breakfast situated in London's Paddington district. It overlooks a landscaped garden square and is housed in a very... Read More »
Search for cheap hotels near Paddington Railway Station
Paddington Station is perhaps best known for Paddington Bear, the lovable, anorak wearing bear with a penchant for marmalade, who was found abandoned at the Station; a very popular series of children's books. It's unlikely you'll have a similar encounter there as travel links with darkest Peru, Paddington Bear's place of origin, aren't so good; however, if you need to get in and out of London, or if you happen to be flying to Peru via Heathrow, you'll be in luck, as Paddington is one of London's major transport hubs, where the Heathrow Express Train stops, so you can travel to the airport in under 30 minutes.
"A notable history"
Paddington railway station also has a notable history, because it has served as the London terminus of the Great Western Railway, with over ground connections to the west and southwest of England, and parts of Wales, since 1838. The station itself was also designed and built by legendary, British civil engineer Isembard Kingdom Brunel. Although the station has been heavily modernised since he revamped the structure in 1854, many of the original features have been restored, so you can get a sense of the grander age of railway in the UK.
"Millions of international visitors annually"
The Heathrow Express makes Paddington a very important transport hub in London, with millions of international visitors arriving each year, as such, the Paddington area has undergone a significant amount of regeneration in previous years, with large, modern hotels being built, the arrival of trendy restaurants and gastropubs and new commercial complexes around the Wharf area. The Heathrow Express arrives every 15 minutes and offers a quick and easy route to the airport, often arriving there in just 15-25 minutes.
"The bygone days of London"
From Paddington's 14 platforms, you can reach various destinations in the UK, including Bristol, Cheltenham Spa, Cardiff, Exeter, Reading, Penzance, Plymouth and Swansea. The station also services the Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City, Circle and District tube lines, so you can reach almost every other area of the city using these links. There are plenty of hotels in the Paddington area, to suit every budget. The Great Western Hotel is a grand remnant of the bygone days of London, with elegant rooms and traditional fixtures and fittings, situated just moments away from the station. The Orchard Hotel is a basic but comfortable hotel with very affordable room rates. The Belmont & Astoria Hotel is a low-cost establishment with a homely atmosphere, and the Hyde Park Court Hotel is great for travellers on a budget, situated just minutes from the picturesque green space of Hyde Park.