Leicester Square is a pedestrianised area in the heart of London’s West End. It is considered the centre for London’s cinema and theatre attractions. Originally owned by the Abbey and Convent of Westminster Abbey, it went through the hands of King Henry VIII and was then purchased by Robert Sidney, 2nd Earl of Leicester. In 1635 he built himself a palatial residence on the land named, Leicester House. As the land developed it became a well heeled area and home to many notable tenants such as artists William Hogarth and Joshua Reynolds. Leicester House, itself, became home to Fredrick, Prince of Wales.

Leicester Square started to deteriorate following the demolition of Leicester House in the late 18th century, becoming an entertainment and retail centre and also the home to a number of brothels. The square itself, considered public or ‘lammas’ land, has always remained public. By the 19th century, Leicester Square’s reputation as a popular entertainment centre grew as several major theatres were built there.

Through the 20th century many of the theatres were converted into cinemas and the square became a major tourist attraction. It’s location, being next to China Town, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden makes it an incredibly busy area, almost entirely commercial and with very few people living there although the name Leicester Square is also applied to some of the surrounding streets.

There remain a few Georgian and Victorian buildings on the square, but most of the architecture is early 20th century. In 2016 over £200m was spent building a mixed use commercial and retail development called LSQ London on the west side of the square, maintaining the facades of a grand building called Communications House. Leicester Square is a place for fun, recreation and pleasure and a great place to spend some time with a sexy, charming and playful escort before enjoying more intimate moments in private.

Where in the world is Leicester Square?

Leicester Square is within the City of Westminster. The square itself has Lisle street to its north, Charing Cross along its east, Orange street creating a boundary to the south and Whitcomb Street on the west. The surrounding area also commonly referred to as Leicester Square includes Haymarket, Bear Street, Hob House Court, Hunt’s Court, Orange Street and Trafalgar Square.

Leicester Square is the place to go in London for celebrity spotting, entertainment and its lively atmosphere. What many people don’t realise when they stand on the square is that below their feet is an electricity substation for the entire West End. The Official London Half-Price Theatre Ticket Booth, which is a landmark in the area also serves as a ventilation shaft for the power station. There are so many fun and interesting things to do in Leicester Square but its definitely not a destination to be enjoyed alone. That’s why our escorts are such popular companions for people visiting the area for some fun and recreation.

I’d love some company in Leicester Square.

Anyone visiting London will want to make a trip to Leicester Square. Whether you are going for theatre, comedy, checking out street performances, attending a red carpet event or visiting one of its famous casinos, it’s certainly not a place to be enjoyed on your own, so we make sure that we have some of our most open minded, engaging and drop dead gorgeous escorts available for dates in Leicester Square.

What to choose? An incall or an outcall?

Spending time in Leicester Square is all about the nightlife and fun. If you’re planning to spend some time in the area, you’ll want convenience, luxury and great service. You probably won’t find a better place locally than the W London Leicester Square hotel. With their own screening room, spa and cocktail lounge, it’s the perfect setting for a base from which to explore the area. If you book one of their suites, you will have your own private Jacuzzi and panoramic views over London’s West End. With their special four person dual headed showers, think about all the fun you could have for a night with a beautiful companion, or two.

You may not be interested in going out for a night on the town on your date. You might just want some private and personal attention on your own. You may find it more relaxing, especially if you don’t want to have anyone come back to your accommodation, to visit one of our conveniently located, comfortable and easy to find apartments for an incall in the Leicster Square area.

Leicester Square Station

Leicester Square Tube Station is on Charing Cross Road, a short walk from Leicester Square. Opened in 1906, its planned name was Cranbourne Street Station, but when it was built it was christened as Leicester Square. It was constructed above ground with lifts to take passengers to the underground service, but in the 1930s the station was updated and moved below ground with escalators instead. One of the lift shafts still does remain and serves as ventilation for the tube. When the escalators were constructed they were the longest in all of London’s stations until 1992 until the rebuilding of Angel Tube Station, which over took Leicester Square by 20ft.

If you decide to visit Leicester Square for a great night out on the town, we would be delighted to arrange the perfect escort companion for you. She will ensure that your fabulous night out in London’s West End is one of the most memorable ever and that you are fully and happily satisfied.