Queen’s Park is an area of North West London that is popular with families and young professionals. It’s about as close as you can get to central London while still feeling like you are in a countryside community. In 1879, The Royal Agricultural Show held their annual fair there. It was a huge occasion and the location was chosen due to the recent opening of the railway station there, which made it possible to move in the machinery and people necessary to create the biggest show ever held, with over 180,000 people in attendance, including Queen Victoria.

The 100 acre site was eventually turned into a community, with 30 acres as a public space and the surrounding area designated for housing in 1887 and Queen’s Park was officially opened. Just a couple of years later, the Queen’s Park Rangers became a professional team. Many terraced houses for ‘respectable’ working class families were built in the area by the Artizans’, Labourers’and General Dwellings Company, which are now part of the conservation area around the park. Further out in the surroundings are much larger detached and semi detached art deco houses built in the 1920’s and 30’s.Where in the world is Queen’s Park?

Queen’s Park is in North West London. It’s unusual in that most of the area is under the London Borough of Brent’s management, while the rest falls under the City of Westminster. The park, which is central to the area is managed by The Corporation of London. To the north of Queen’s Park is Willesden, with Kilburn on the east and Kensal Green to the west. The southern boundary is North Kensington.

The area has greatly gentrified over the years with some local houses selling for millions of pounds and a number of celebrities making Queen’s Park their home. It has become quite a trendy location with a Sunday Farmers’ Market, music and book festivals, gastropubs, cafes and smart restaurants. Some famous faces that call Queen’s Park home include Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Thandie Newton. Demographically the locale is very diverse with a mix of English, Irish, Caribbean, African, Indian and Bangladeshi peopleliving there.

I’d love some company in Queen’s Park.

Queen’s Park isn’t really on the tourist trail of London, despite being such a beautiful location, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t visiting and in need of some company. You may also be living in Queen’s Park and feeling lonely or just wishing to indulge in some sexy fun. Whatever your reason for being in Queen’s Park, there is no reason for you to deny yourself. Our gorgeous, skilled, experienced and delightful escorts are available whenever you may wish to arrange a date with one of them in Queen’s Park.

What to choose? An incall or an outcall?

Queen’s Park is mostly residential, so there aren’t a wide selection of hotels nearby. Fortunately, not too far away is the historical, Collonade Hotel, located conveniently close to Paddington but a stone’s throw from Queen’s Park. The building, itself, was once two Victorian homes, which eventually were converted into a hospital called The Warrington Lodge and Surgery Home for Ladies.

The building is of historical note as the birthplace of Alan Turing, the great mathematician and carries a Blue Plaque signifying this. It was eventually turned into a hotel, originally named The Esplanade and hosted Sigmund Freud and his family as guests. There is now a suite in the hotel given his name. In 1944 it became the Collonade Hotel and it maintains the oldest lift in London still operating. Should you wish to stay in one of the suites, you will find that there is no better place for some saucy escapades with a luscious and enthusiastic escort. Four poster beds and sumptuous furnishings make for the perfect location to play out your favourite fantasies.

With all the fun you’ll be having, you’ll need to fuel up. Fortunately Queen’s Park has a great selection of restaurants. We’d suggest that you consider The Alice House. Described as ‘shabby chic’, it’s a very popular bar and restaurant locally, known for particularly delicious and filling brunches. If you’ve decided to have a lie in after a rather active night, you might find this the perfect choice.

If you would just like some intimate time alone with your date, but would rather not take her back to your accommodation, you may find it more private and discreet to visit one of our conveniently located, comfortable and easy to find apartments for an incall.

Queen’s Park Station

Queen’s Park Station opened in 1879. The station provides both tube and railway services and all of the lines are above ground, so it doesn’t have the more familiar element of heading underground that most tube stations do. It serves the Watford DC line on its railway and the Bakerloo Line on its tube, making it very easy to pop straight into central London. The station itself sits just on the south east corner of the park.