Queensway is a road in west London. It is primarily an area where people seek entertainment and is lined with pubs, restaurants and tourist shops. Most of the restaurants are Middle Eastern or Chinese and Whiteley’s, London’s first department store, which opened in the late 19th century is owned by the Brunei family. All of this makes Queensway a very international neighbourhood.
Once countryside around London, the area became a suburb when Bayswater and Lancaster Gate were developed in the early 19th century. Queensway, itself, had long been a thoroughfare called Black Lion Lane. Following the birth of Queen Victoria at nearby Kensington Palace, it was given the name Queens Road, but this was thought to be rather dull, so eventually Queensway was settled upon.
Queensway is a rather quirky area with some interesting local features and history. The first ever coin operated laundry in London is on Queensway, opposite Whiteley’s department store. In the early 20th century, ice skating became very fashionable in London. Queens Ice Club, a skating rink on Queensway, was opened in 1930 and was the first rink that the BBC used for televised ice skating. It is still operating as an ice rink and is the only ice rink open year round in central London now. Other activities held there include ice karting and curling. There is are also bowling lanes at the complex.
Queensway is considered the heart of the Bayswater area in west London. Running from Westbourne Park Road down to Bayswater, it is extremely well located to access Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. It’s also close to Little Venice and is surrounded by affluent streets lined with grand Georgian buildings. It is also an easy stroll from Portobello Market. It’s a very convenient location for those exploring the west end of London and offers a cosmopolitan and varied base from which to start. Because of its central location, it’s the sort of area that you might want to explore with a companion and, of course, we are always delighted to provide our multi lingual, experienced, beautiful and charming escorts to make this possible.
Queensway is a place for fun, tourism and also to experience food from other cultures. As you stroll down the road, you’ll see people from all over the world doing the same thing you are. If you find yourself alone in Queensway and feel that having some company would really brighten your day, you will be pleased to know that we have some of the sexiest, most open minded and experienced escorts available in the area.
Queensway truly is in the heart of west London and is especially convenient for visitors. In fact, you’ll find some of the best hotels in London in and around the Queensway area. We feel that our clients in Queensway should know about the most luxurious and discreet hotels available, so we would definitely recommend they consider staying at The Hilton London Hyde Park. It’s less than a stone’s throw from Queens Park Tube Station and has spectacular views over Hyde Park. If you’re driving, it has the added benefit of being out side of London’s congestion zone. With all the typical high end amenities you’d expect from the Hilton chain, you’ll be able to have a wonderfully relaxing evening with your escort until you’re completely satisfied.
As you’re in an area with such a choice of wonderful places to eat, you may wish to spend some time getting to know your date and building up some stamina. As it’s such an international location, you’ll probably want to try something a little bit exotic, perhaps to spice up your already spicy plans for the evening. Kalamaras Greek Taverna and Restaurant may be just what you’re looking for. Frequented by celebrities such as Mick Jagger and Peter Sellers, it’s been a mainstay in the area since the 1960’s. Delicious, nutritious and fun, you’ll find it a perfect start to more fun on the town or simply before heading back to your hotel for some spanking good fun.
You may prefer some intimate time alone with your date, but would rather not take her back to your accommodation. In that case, we invite you to visit one of our conveniently located, comfortable and easy to find apartments for an incall in the Queensway area.
Queensway Tube Station was opened in 1900 as Queens Road, but the name was changed in 1946. It’s at the southern end of Queensway and is a popular stop for people visiting Kensington Gardens. It has been modernised and this happened in 2005 and 2006 although they tried to maintain some of its original features by using replicas of the original lamps used on the façade. It was built by a quite famous British architect, Harry Bell Measures, and is one of the few buildings remaining designed by him for the Central London Railway.