A visitor’s guide to Ladbroke Grove Underground Station

Address: Westway, London W10

The famous London Underground network is one of the most easy and efficient means for visitors to the English capital to get around. It offers fast and affordable transit between all parts of the city.

Connected to the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, Ladbroke Grove Underground Station is a perfect entry point to the renowned Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

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With fabulous shopping and an array of sights to see in the area, visitors to this bustling part of the English capital have all manner of delights awaiting them when they alight from their Tube train at Ladbroke Grove station.

Facilities on offer at Ladbroke Grove Tube

The station is located in London’s Zone 2, meaning it is just outside the very epicentre of the city but remains a highly popular destination for travellers to head to.

Facilities on offer at Ladbroke Grove Tube station include a well-fitted waiting area where travellers can relax and unwind while waiting for their train, as well as Wi-Fi connectivity, an emergency payphone, a large ticket hall and help points to ensure all travellers know what they are doing.

Underground staff are on hand throughout the day to point travellers in the right direction and offer a helping hand should they need it.

Onward travel from Ladbroke Grove Tube

For individuals planning forward journeys from the station, a range of options are available, including bus services that run around the clock, as well as nearby taxi ranks.

Local bus services include: 7, 23, 52, 70, 228, 452 and N7.

In addition, travellers can also make use of the Santander Cycles scheme, which offers places for 22 bicycle to be stored at the station.

Full details of all onward travel options from Ladbroke Grove Tube can be found at the official website of Transport for London.

In addition, the site offers details of other nearby Underground stations, their opening times, connections and up-to-date announcements on service closures that could affect visitor’s travel plans.

Parking in the area of Ladbroke Grove Tube

Visitors to the area that are planning to drive during their time in London can also make use of several nearby parking options when planning part of their journey via Ladbroke Grove Tube, including:

  • Silchester Road Car Park (0.3 miles, seven minutes’ travel time on foot)
  • Arthur Court Car Park (1.2 miles, 23 minutes)
  • Westfield London Car Park (1.6 miles, 32 minutes)
  • Q-Park Queensway (1.4 miles, 27 minutes)
  • Bayswater Road Car Park (1.2 miles, 24 minutes)

However, motorists in the English capital are reminded that traffic volumes can be heavy, especially during the busy morning and evening rush hours. It therefore often pays to plan journeys in advance to avoid the most congested routes and to avoid travelling at peak times if possible.

Nearby Hotel options for visitors to the area

For visitors hoping to stay in close proximity to Ladbroke Grove Tube, there are plenty of fabulous hotels to choose from, such as:

  • Grand Royale London Hyde Park, 1-9 Inverness Terrace, London W2 3JP (1.17 miles)
  • Shaftesbury Hyde Park International, 52-56 Inverness Terrace, London W2 3LB (1.14 miles)
  • London Premier Notting Hill, 5-7 Prince’s Square, Bayswater, London W2 4NP (0.87 miles)
  • The Shaftesbury Premier London Paddington, 55 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, London W2 3UY (1.45 miles)
  • The Metropolis London Hyde Park, 78-84 Sussex Gardens, London W2 1UH (1.77 miles)
  • Park Grand London Hyde Park, 78-82 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, London W2 6QA (1.77 miles)

All of the above establishments offer a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere for guests, with a range of facilities available as standard, including in-house Wi-Fi and an on-site bar and restaurant.

Attractions for visitors to Ladbroke Grove Tube

For anyone planning to stay in the area or even those that are just passing through, the area around Ladbroke Grove Tube offers a wealth of great attractions for visitors to enjoy.

From exciting contemporary attractions to venus of great historic importance to the city and the nation as a whole, there is something for everyone when planning a visit to this busy part of London. Options include:

  • Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising (0.1 miles, two minutes’ travel time on foot/via public transport)
  • Holland Park (1.3 miles, 17 minutes)
  • Notting Hill Arts Club (one mile, ten minutes)
  • Kensington Gardens (1.2 miles, 16 minutes)
  • Kensington Palace (1.2 miles, 21 minutes)
  • Madame Tussauds London (2.6 miles, 14 minutes)
  • Hyde Park (2.1 miles, 20 minutes)
  • The Sherlock Holmes Museum (2.6 miles, 15 minutes)
  • Marble Arch (2.6 miles, 18 minutes)
  • Leighton House Museum (1.5 miles, 20 minutes)
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