Choosing to stay at Central Park Hotel in London during your short visit? Congratulations! You’ve made your life much easier. Choosing to stay in the heart of London means you have chosen unparalleled access to incredible connectivity, an exciting food & culture scene as well as some amazing sights within walking distance. And to offer you further convenience during your trip, here’s a handy travel guide exclusively for guests of Central Park Hotel London.
- Getting to the Hotel
Central Park Hotel is the flagship property of Central Park Collection – and the prime location of this property makes it a popular choice for both tourists and corporate travelers. The hotel is located at 49/67 Queensborough Terrace London W2 3SY and you can get to this location easily by road or taking the Underground. The hotel is less than 15 miles from the London Heathrow Airport and will take you about 30-40 minutes on average if you choose to hail a cab or drive there via M4.
You could also simply hop aboard the Heathrow Express and get off at Paddington Station, which is a 15 minute walk from the hotel. To minimize the walking, you can choose to ride the Elizabeth Line from the airport, switch to Central Line at Ealing Broadway and get off at Queensway which is the closest tube station near Central Park Hotel.
- Connectivity from the Hotel
The hotel is situated in Bayswater, a thriving neighborhood of London with plenty of things to do and see. The closest tube station, Queensway, is just a 3 minute walk away and offers access to the Central Line of the tube network. The Bayswater station, offering Circle and District Lines, is a 6 minute walk away. Paddington Station, at a distance of a 15 minute walk, offers subway services in District, Circle, Bakerloo and Hammersmith & City lines. The Paddington Train Station also gives you access to Elizabeth Line, Heathrow Express and Great Western Railway services. Apart from the underground and railway services, bus stops are never too far away when you’re staying in the heart of London!
- The Food Scene
One of the most cosmopolitan areas to stay in London, Bayswater boasts an incredible food scene with many, many international ethnic-cuisine restaurants. You’d be spoilt for choice when out and about in Bayswater and doing your research upfront is probably a good idea if you want to save some time. From local British to flavorful Indian, from artful French to masterful Italian, and from authentic Middle Eastern to heartwarming Asian food – there’s something for everyone when you’re staying in hotels near Queensway station.
- Sights Near Central Park London
Staying at Central Park Hotel in London means living on the edge of Kensington Gardens. Top sights within walking distance include the Kensington Palace and Gardens, the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, Serpentine Gallery and the Paddington Bear Statue.
- Shopping Expeditions
London as a city is a haven for shopaholics. World renowned shopping district Oxford Street is only a short Tube ride away from the hotel but if you fancy setting out on foot for a shopping expedition closer to Central Park London then the Queensway Market is just round the corner – just about a 3 minute walk!