Westminster is the former capital of the Kingdom of England and is now defined as a government district. It is also a London borough. It is in south west central London, along the bank of the River Thames and known as the most popular tourist destination in the UK. World famous landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Horse Guards Parade, London Eye and so many more, Westminster is, essentially, the heart of London.
Westminster, the name of the Abbey, means, ‘west of the city’ and so it’s name, written in Old English as Westmynstre, literally describes its location. It was after the abbey, that Westminster received its name. The area is the seat of the UK government with most government ministries being housed in Whitehall and parliament in the Palace of Westminster. The Prime Minister’s home, No. 10 Downing Street, is also located in Westminster.
The palace and abbey were the centre of the original settlement. Believed to have originally been built as a church in 7th century, the current building was ordered by King Henry III in 1245. The abbey was designated a cathedral in the mid 16th century during King Henry VIII’s Reformation, which resulted in Westminster officially becoming a city. Not long afterwards though, it was assigned the name ‘Church of England Royal Peculiar’, indicating that it was responsible directly to the sovereign. All coronations of British and English monarchs have been held in the abbey since William the Conqueror, the first Norman King of England, was crowned.
Westminster now, aside from being a major tourist destination, has a significant residential population. Many wealthy people live in condominiums, flats in converted period homes, and townhouses. There remain many large Victorian homes as well as military barracks in the neighbourhood. It’s a very desirable place to live not just because of its history and location but also because it has the second lowest council tax in the country. Westminster holds many attractions to visitors and residents alike, but one of the most prized aspects, due to its location and association with government, is discretion. That’s why we provide an exclusive and professional service to discerning gentlemen in the Westminster area that they can rely on and trust. Our escorts are both beautiful and educated. They know how to conduct themselves and dress appropriately in public and can easily fit into any environment, public or private in Westminster.
Where in the world is Westminster?
Westminster is in central London’s West End and is part of the City of Westminster. It is described as an area no more than one mile from Westminster Abbey. From Northumberland Avenue at the northern boundary of Westminster, the River Thames runs along its eastern side down to Vauxhall Bridge Road. It’s borders are rather ambiguous depending on whether you are referring to the City of Westminster or the district of Westminster, but needless to say, it encompasses much of historical central London and is easily accessible from all parts of London.
I’d love some company in Westminster
You might live in Westminster in one of the pretty historical buildings locally or, even in one of the more modern new apartment blocks that offer sweeping views over the rooftops. It’s very possible that you are visiting, either as a tourist or on business. For whatever reason you are in Westminster, it’s helpful to know that engaging, delightful and beautiful companionship is available locally and we are always happy to assist in finding your perfect date.
What to choose? An incall or an outcall?
If you are visiting Westminster, there is no doubt you are enthralled by the rich and fabulous history around every corner. As the area is such a popular destination for visitors to London, it’s a fantastic place to find the best accommodation. While there are so many choices, we must suggest one of the secrets among those in the know, Taj 51 Buckingham Gate, which provides both suites and residences, none so fabulous as the Cinema Suite. It is designed in tribute to the history and glamour of film and is strikingly beautiful in its décor. It has the largest private screen in any hotel suite, allowing you to immerse yourself in any movie you choose to watch. When you book the suite, you receive full butler service, complimentary evening drinks in their bar, breakfast and a food platter served and, of course, utter privacy, which you will probably want given the sumptuous four poster bed and other luxurious furnishings that are so inviting for some personal play time.
After watching films and enjoying the comfort and sensual surroundings of your suite, you will probably want to pop out to enjoy some fine dining locally. You might want to try The Goring Bar & Lounge. With a feeling of Edwardian opulence, besuited waiters are there to make sure you get the absolute best service. Offering an incredible selection of champagnes and whiskeys to accompany their lavish meals, you’ll feel like you have stepped back in time. It might bring out the gentleman in you, or possibly the scandalous scoundrel, but enjoying it with a charming, beautiful and desirable companion will only make it more of a pleasure. Especially when you think how satisfying your time with her will be.
Westminster does require the ultimate discretion at times so we do realise that you may not wish to have your date come back to your place. That is why we provide an incall service in our private, welcoming and relaxing apartments where you can focus on having your very specific desires completely satisfied right in the Westminster neighbourhood.
Westminster Tube Station opened in 1868 and was called Westminster Bridge Station. The original station was a temporary structure. By 1900 the station was a permanent building and in 1922 a new entrance to the station was designed. In the 1990’s a deeper level station was built to accommodate the Jubilee Line extension and the entire station was restructured with a parliamentary office building, Portcullis House, above the station. The station is served by the District and Circle Line as well as the Jubilee Line.