Bayswater houses several exotic, picturesque, scenic and lovely attractions, tourist spots and reputed landmarks. It covers a beautifully laid – out and maintained area of 33 square km. Located in the west of Inner London, in the borough of the City of Westminster, or Central London, Bayswater borders the Hyde Park, another well – known district of London. It has a close adjoining with notable places of London such as Paddington, Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Notting Hill, Maida Vale, St. John’s Wood and Little Venice.
Bayswater sports a wild wave pool, the only one in Westminster, golf courses and arenas, pitches and stadiums for other indoor and outdoor games. Several enchanting parks, reserves and gardens are there in Bayswater, encouraging the place’s unofficial name, the Garden City. Community Caring Services are a major plus point of Bayswater. Child cares and crèches are found in Bayswater. And to top it all, Bayswater has not one, but quite a few huge libraries with an immense, enthralling collection of books. The libraries also offer eBooks.
Several notable people have lived, or visited Bayswater at least once and all of them have said that Bayswater gave them an unforgettable experience with its rich biodiversity and uniquely exotic nature, whether it is a holiday or a visit for business or work purposes. J.M. Barrie, Winston Churchill, Tony Blair, Sir Alexander Fleming, Keira Knightly, Stella McCartney and Jonathan King are some noteworthy people who have visited Bayswater.
Bayswater is uniquely diverse and a cosmopolitan district. One of the greatest factors that add to its diversity is the fact that is houses a greatly large number of hotels, more than any other district of London. Lovely Victorian architecture defines Bayswater.
The best features of Bayswater:
• Largely cosmopolitan and having a more diverse culture than any other region within London
• A central location in the heart of the city of London
• Very much close to the Paddington Railway Station that offers stress – free access to the entire city of London
• A splendid location – most shopping complexes, restaurants, bars and more can be easily reached through walking.
Bayswater has an underground rail station in Zone 1 offering Circle and District Line services. Other stations located close by include Lancaster Gate on the Central Line and Edgware Road on the Bakerloo Line. Top attractions within Bayswater include Hyde Park, the Marble Arch, St. John’s Wood, St. Sophia’s Cathedral, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. They are all easily reacheable either by walking or through excellent transport links throughout Bayswater. Moreover, there are shops, shopping streets and complexes, clubs, bars and pubs, restaurants, and much more across Bayswater you can go to and enjoy wholeheartedly during your stay.