Green Park is one of the Royal Parks of London and is in the heart of one of the greenest locations in the West End of London. It has a rather interesting history as it was once a lepers’ burial ground and mostly consisted of swamp land. In the 17th century, the Poulteny family, who owned the land, handed it over to King Charles II, who promptly built a brick wall around it, stocked it with deer, built an icehouse to cook his drinks while he enjoyed the space and named it Upper St. James’s Park. By the mid-18th century, it was commonly referred to as The Green Park.
At that period in history, the area was rather sketchy, lying on what was considered the outskirts of London. Robberies by highwaymen were not uncommon there and it was also used as a field where duels were held, often between noblemen. It is the smallest central London Royal Park and is primarily landscaped with trees and narcissus. The Tyburn Stream flowed beneath the park and provided water for what was known as The Queen’s Basin, which provided water to St. James’s Palace. Caroline, Queen Consort to King George II, built a library and boulevard in the park, known as Queen’s Walk, which was the fashionable place for the wealthy to promenade at the time.
By 1826, the park was considerably smaller, having has part of the land co-opted for royal gardens at Buckingham House and the development of mansions on the east side of the Queen’s Walk. It was opened to the public, the reservoir was filled in and the library was eventually demolished.
Green Park is 40 acres of green space in the City of Westminster in London. It is part of a long stretch of parks and dedicated open space in central London that runs from Whitehall to Kensington. Green Park itself is nestled between Hyde Park and St. James’s Park. To its east is Queen’s Walk and is boundaried by Constitution Hill to its south. Along the northern side of Green Park is Piccadilly.
Green Park, being so close to Buckingham Palace and with a history so closely associated with the royal past and present of London means that it is an incredibly desirable place to live and a popular tourist destination. Peaceful, green and leafy, it still carries the air of old time sophistication. Surrounded by mansion blocks and grand family houses, at times, it can feel like one has stepped into the past.
The area is mainly a conservation area, so that the ambiance remains upmarket and the historical aspects are well preserved. Visitors to Green Park and those who live there love the area for its tranquil feel in such a central location, making it a pleasant respite from the hustle and bustle of a big city, while also being convenient for shopping in antique markets, fashion boutiques and art galleries. The area is timeless and classy and so we ensure that the escorts we make available in the Green Park area meet the high standards, quite rightly, expected by our clients there. Beautiful, educated, well spoken, charming and impeccably dressed, our escorts provide world class companionship.
Green Park is a destination for those who enjoy style, culture and all that the royal history of London has to offer. That’s why we would highly recommend The Stafford, a five star hotel right next to Green Park. As one of the oldest hotels near Buckingham Palace, it was officially opened as The Stafford in 1912 in a stately home, originally built as private residences and stables in the 17th century. If you book a suite in the Main House, you will be staying in what was once the home of Lord and Lady Lyttleton. Traditional, grand luxury makes this hotel the perfect location for a discreet and pleasure filled evening with a companion who is completely dedicated to giving you a sensuous and satisfying experience.
A quick stroll around the corner will lead you to Seven Park Place at St. James’s Hotel & Club, a Michelin starred restaurant that will remind you that you are deep in the historical centre of London. Known for being elegant and intimate, it will delight your taste buds and start off any adventurous evening perfectly.
We understand that some clients would just like some intimate time privately with a charming and attentive companion, or they want a more affordable experience. In this case, we invite you to visit one of our conveniently located, welcoming and easy to find apartments for an incall.
Green Park Tube Station can be found at the northern corner of Green Park along Piccadilly. It was originally called Dover Street Station, when it opened in 1906 as that is the street where it is located. In the 1930’s it was modernised and new buildings and entrances were created to accommodate a new ticket hall and escalators. The original building was closed and eventually demolished. Now, completely updated, you can step straight out of the underground station and into the peaceful haven of Green Park.
Whether you live in the Green Park area or you are a visitor to this haven in the wonderful city of London, there is no need for you to spend an evening alone if you would prefer to spend it in the company of a gorgeous woman, who wants to make you happy. Our escorts are considered the best in the world and that’s why they are the most highly regarded choice of companions for those in Green Park.