Nearest tube stations to Central Park London

While visiting London, you will want to secure accommodation near to a London Underground Station. Known as “the Tube”, the Underground is the swiftest and most efficient way of getting around the city’s neighbourhoods and attractions. The Central Park Hotel, Paddington, is a short stroll from five stations that make it easy to see the highlights of the capital. Let’s take a look at the nearest tube station to the Central Park Hotel Paddington. 

  1. Queensway Tube Station

Distance: 3 minute walk

Underground lines: Central

Roll right out of bed and within less than five minutes you’ll be at the nearest tube station to the Central Park Hotel, Paddington. Ideal for shoppers, Queensway Underground Station links passengers with Oxford Circus and both of the Westfield Shopping Centres. The station is next door to the Queens skating and bowling complex, complete with US-style diner food and cocktails. 

  1. Bayswater Tube Station

Distance: 5 minute walk

Underground lines: Circle, District

Choosing hotels near Paddington Station means that you can take your pick of London’s best restaurants. Bayswater Underground Station is surrounded by independent restaurants, cafes, and bakeries specialising in wholesome and artisanal cooking.

  1. Lancaster Gate Tube Station

Distance: 10 minute walk

Underground lines: Central

Located directly opposite Hyde Park, Lancaster Gate is the closest tube station to the Italian Gardens. This idyllic patch of fountains, pools, and sculptures is a delight early in the morning. From here, you can also venture to Kensington Palace Gardens and tour the museum before strolling down High Street Kensington. 

  1. Paddington Mainline and Tube Station

Distance: 10 minute walk

Underground lines: Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, District

As one of London’s principal mainline rail services, choosing hotels near Paddington Station is convenient for those eager to take day trips. Fast trains link Heathrow Airport with the historic station while Great Western Railway (GWR) operate direct trains to Bath, Bristol, Oxford, and the Cornish coast. Closer to home, look out for the statue of Paddington Bear and follow the waterways to the dreamy Little Venice neighbourhood named for its canals. 

  1. Notting Hill Gate Tube Station

Distance: 10 minute walk

Underground lines: Central

Known as the setting for the hit blockbuster Notting Hill with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, Notting Hill is one of London’s most bohemian neighbourhoods. Portobello Road Market is one of the best places to shop for antiques while the adjacent streets are lined with vintage boutiques and quirky cafes. Couples can check out the ultra-romantic Electric Cinema for date night while the Museum of Brands has appeal for all types of travellers. 

  1. Marble Arch Tube Station

Distance: 25 minute walk

Underground lines: Central

Although it requires a longer walk, Marble Arch is another of the nearest tube stations to the Central Park Hotel, Paddington. Once used as an entrance to Buckingham Palace, the ornamental archway signifies the western end of Oxford Street. A short walk from Marble Arch Underground Station delivers you to the iconic department store, Selfridges, while the street soon meets Regent Street, home of high-end fashion and beauty shops. 

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