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Located next to Hyde Park, this London district is full of historical interest, along with the famous antique market in Portobello Road and a wide range of shops, cinemas and restaurants.
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All reviews kensington gardens close to hyde park notting hill souvenir shops lancaster gate inverness terrace marble arch transport links central line t shirts tube station tesco muslim magnet stops parts stroll
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The butternut one with their famous dough and even more famous price mean I am never more than 7 mins and 10 pounds at most away from a meal both my stomach and wallet will appreciate.

Thank Sochi Y
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was a very nice part of London and very close to restaurants, coffee shops and a brisk walk to the park going past many shops that tempt you to go inside. Highly recommend the area.

Thank Canmoreab
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A typical London neighbourhoof, located just north of Hyde Park. It's more or less a residential area, but still lively like London with lots of (smaller) shops, pubs and restaurants. Prices are a bit lower here than in central London. On walking distance from Marble...More

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

well placed hotel for sight seeing very central great for underground and bus links clean and tidy a bit dated great value

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

visited Bayswater in general for several times, stayed there where it is very easy to find halal food for muslims. theres also a lot of souvenir shop along the road and easily accessible to the underground tube. nearby to Hyde Park as well

Thank Adas979
Reviewed 25 September 2018

Stayed here for 6 days and would definitely recommend. It is very "touristy" so if you are not looking for that atmosphere than maybe this place is not for you, but I loved it here. Lots of restaurants and stores. We were close to both...More

Thank Cathi T
Reviewed 25 August 2018 via mobile

In Bayswater small mall,there are many Brazilians places;hairdressers; Very Expensive!,not so good;all of them, +mini supermarket which R very ridiculous Expensive!,there is one in Stockwell much more cheap+more freshly Choices, just besides the tube station,also there is a restaurant;Broll gourmet;foods ok,nothing so special,payble by kilo,a...More

Thank jose p
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

Next to queensway, bayswater is a residential and commercial area with 2 nearby underground stations: queensway and bayswater. It’s home to whiteleys shopping mall

Thank al3alawi
Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

Stayed at the Double Tree Hilton on Bayswater. A really nice place with friendly people on the buses. Hyde park us just off Bayswater too and good Tube links. Worth a visit.

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Reviewed 9 August 2018 via mobile

Booked here for myself and 3 teenage children,on photos looked very spacious but reality was basically on top of each other and very dated,room was so hot had to cut short our stay by a night as we couldn't sleep in the room.Shower was missing...More

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dtl_irishgirl
18 January 2015|
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Response from Bluskyzahead | Reviewed this property |
Perhaps a 20-25 minute ride via the Underground
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dtl_irishgirl
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Response from joelChicago | Reviewed this property |
17 miles (about 30 min drive with light traffic). London Cab ride could be around £50. Paddington Express train is the most cost efficient way -- to Paddington Station then taxi to hotel or Tube to Bayswater station.
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