There are few purpose built hotels, most are 5 or 6 storey Victorian terraced houses which when built were grand family homes including room for servants converted to being a hotel. The Central Park Hotel pictured is one of the exceptions to this broad rule.

Rooms: Single, Double/Twin, Triple & Quad Rooms Underground: Bayswater or Queensway - 400m (Map Ref: 3)

Quiet residential location but within easy walking of Bayswater and Queensway Underground Stations and the shops of Queensway. Paddington Station is 10 mins walk. Rooms are spacious, and all benefit from a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Each also has an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Wi-Fi is available for free throughout the building.

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Heathrow: 15.3miles (24.6km) Travel by Heathrow Express train to Paddington station and take the Circle line to Bayswater station.� (Approx cost per person: 15.00GBP)

The Bayswater area elects a total of six councillors to Westminster City Council, three each from the eponymous Bayswater Ward,[4] and from Lancaster Gate Ward.[5]

In the heart of lively Bayswater, surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants. A short walk from Bayswater & Queensway Underground and Hyde Park. All rooms feature tea/coffee facilities and a TV with satellite channels. Free Wi-Fi throughout. Continental breakfast included in room rate. Full English breakfast options are available for an additional cost.

Stansted: 38.3 miles (61.6km) Travel by rail to Liverpool street station and take the Central line to the Queensway station. (Approx cost per person: 14.00GBP)

Directions from Bayswater Station… From Bayswater Station, You will see Whiteleys Shopping centre, at this point turn left into Porchester Gardens, continue straight ahead and the road will lead into Prince’s Square, where we are situated on the left.

The nearest London Underground stations are Bayswater, Queensway,[6] Royal Oak and Lancaster Gate.

Currently, all six are of the Conservative Party, with the Bayswater Ward showing a more than 250-vote Conservative majority (over the Liberal Democrats) and Lancaster Gate being a safe Conservative ward.

Bayswater is very much aimed at the leisure traveller on a budget, this is not a district you see a lot of businessmen. This is also one of the few major hotel districts in London where there is a sizable local population, with many shops and services aimed as much at these as the tourists.

Bayswater and Queensway Underground and Whiteley's shopping are a very short walk away, as is Kensington Gardens and Portobello Market. Each apartment has satellite TV, Free WiFi, a DVD player and a dining area. Breakfast room / cafe on site. A kitchenette is provided and free laundry facilities.

Directions from Queensway Station… From Queensway Station, turn left and down towards Queensway, You will see Whiteleys Shopping centre, at this point turn left into Porchester Gardens, continue straight ahead and the road will lead into Prince’s Square, where we are situated on the left.

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Rooms: Studio Apartments For 1-4 People Underground: Bayswater or Queensway - 300m (Map Ref: 20)

The Bayswater Inn Hotel is one of the oldest Victorian buildings in Bayswater, it was built in the 1900’s and overlooks the picturesque views of Princes Gardens. The Hotels location is also a stones throw away from Hyde Park.

Bayswater Hotels on the northern border of Hyde Park are renowned as a district for budget hotels in Central London.

Gatwick: 30.1 miles (48.4km) Travel on the Gatwick Express to Victoria station in 45 minutes and take the Circle line to Bayswater station. (Approx cost per person: 14.00GBP)

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The typical off-peak service in trains per hour (tph) is:

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There is also a morning service every day from Acton Town (Ealing Broadway on Saturdays) to Edgware Road and a late evening service from Edgware Road to Ealing Broadway on Sundays only.[7]

One of the more modern, purpose built hotels in Bayswater. Bayswater and Queensway Tube stations are a very short walk away as is Queensway shops. Rooms with refrigerator, tea/coffee making, safety deposit box. 24-Hour Front Desk, Bar, Elevator, Free WiFi (but charge in rooms).

On this page we look at budget hotels, typically with rooms available from £65 to £110 each night. Many of the hotels have been classified with star ratings but this can be misleading. Remember, stars reflect the facilities a hotel offers, not how good it is.

Bayswater is an area within the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in central London.[1] It is a built-up district located 4 km (about 2.5 miles) west-north-west of Charing Cross, bordering the north of Kensington Gardens and having a population density of 17,500 per square kilometre.

Bayswater tube station is the subject of a painting by Walter Sickert dating from 1916, showing the platform-sign reading ‘Queen’s Road (Bayswater)’ beside a big advertisement for Whiteley’s department store. The station was later renamed Bayswater,[2] to avoid confusion with Queensway station, which was also named ‘Queen’s Road’ until 1946.

Rooms: Studios, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for 1 to 6 people Underground: Bayswater or Queensway - 400m (Map Ref: 6)

The larger hotels often are several of these houses joined together, some may not have lifts/escalators.

Bayswater

Just 200 metres from Hyde Park and Queensway Tube Station Air-conditioned rooms all have satellite TV channels, a work desk and a safe. They also each include free tea and coffee. Free Wi-Fi. Breakfast included in room rate. Cheapest rates mid-week.

Bayswater is well served by public transport both London Underground and a bus network running 24x7. There are no direct public transport options between Bayswater and any of London's major airports, but no airport is an issue getting to and from, see our Bayswater airport transfers page.

Various persons of international renown are frequently reported as buying property in the area, including Claudia Schiffer.[citation needed]

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Rooms: Single, Double/Twin & Triple Rooms Underground: Bayswater or Queensway - 300m (Map Ref: 32)

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hi we there Monday night as going to show. reviews are mixed. some say clean and value. others say dirty and tired. rude staff. not sure we made the right decision now. hope I am nicely shocked. and get a good room and nice staff. as 1st impressions go a long way. time will tell Mr D.

London City: 12.4 miles (20km) Travel by rail to Bank station in just 40 minutes and take the Central line to the Queensway station. (Approx cost per person: 14.00GBP)

just a few minutes from Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, lively Queensway and 2 Underground stations: Bayswater and Queensway. Each room features up-to-date facilities including satellite TV and a mini refrigerator. WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge. Continental breakfast included in the room rate.