Paddington Station is one of the most famous train stations in Europe. Set in the West, it is a popular option for travellers coming into London via Heathrow on the Heathrow Express. It’s also a major rail route for other parts of the UK with lots of excellent hotels to serve the high volume of visitors visiting London on short breaks.
Paddington Station dates back to the mid 1800s but has been fully refurbished and modernised to suit its diverse customers. In the station there are many quality shops, cafes, restaurants and popular upmarket champagne bar. Children’s favourite, Paddington Bear is also honoured here, with a bronze statue next to the station’s souvenir stall.
From Paddington you can walk to London’s largest open green space, Hyde Park and a host of top-class London visitor attractions such as the Serpentine Lake and Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum and Albert Memorial and much more. You can also connect to the city’s underground Tube system and move around London’s main Tube routes.
Drinking and eating around Paddington is highly rated and there are lots of great eating and drinking venues dotted around the area and along the canal.
Staying in Paddington you’ll find numerous high quality large and luxury boutique hotels with easy access to West and Central London.