White City is in north west London. Up until the 19th century, the area was made up of a few farms and brick fields. There was one track called Wood Lane and, unsurprisingly a farm called Wood Lane Farm, on which Wood Lane station was sited. In 1908, when the UK were hosting the Olympics, the Franco – British Exhibition was opened at an extraordinary site on over 140 acres of land developed as an exhibition centre by Hungarian immigrant Imre Kiralfy, who had created previous exhibitions across the world. This project was, by far, his most spectacular.

The exhibition centre took 18 months and 12,000 workers along with his architect John Belcher, to build. The buildings surrounded a huge artificial lake, where visitors could take a ride on a swan boat. There were 20 white palaces and 120 exhibition buildings. There were two ‘colonial’ villages to celebrate the UK’s imperialism, one of which was an entire Irish Village. There were rides, including the Flip – Flap, which went so high you could see Windsor Castle. Over 8 million people visited the exhibition along with royalty and international heads of state during the 5-6 months it remained open. Because all of the buildings were painted white, it was called The Great White City, and this is how the area got its name.

In 1914, the exhibition centre closed and by the 30’s had become derelict, although it was used for a time by the local football club, Queens Park Rangers. The whole thing was eventually torn down and replaced by a sprawling council estate. In the 1950’s the rest of the land was turned into the BBC’s White City Television Centre. The BBC eventually sold their property in 2007 and while parts of the building were given English Heritage status, a new development consisting of a shopping centre, flats cinema, restaurants, schools, education centres, light industrial premises and open spaces is under construction. With the amazing investment and regeneration of the area, it’s becoming a desirable place to live and visit and that is why we have gorgeous, attentive, open minded and very sexy escorts available in White City.

Where in the world is White City?

White City is in the northern part of Shepherd’s Bush to the west of central London. It is in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Its northern boundary is the Westway and its southern Uxbridge Road. It stretches from Old Oak Road on its west to West Cross Route along it’s east side. Holland Park is directly to its east and Acton to its West. Being in Shepherd’s Bush means that it is very conveniently located to access all areas of west and central London.

I’d love some company in White City

You may be living in White City or you may be visiting for business or pleasure. Whatever your reasons for being in White City, there is never a reason to be lonely or to not have someone to spend some sexy recreational time with. White City has so much going on right now and it’s a perfect place to explore or hang out privately with a companion, chosen by you, who can help you fulfil your fantasies. Just let us know and we’ll have the perfect escort for you to meet in the White City area.

What to choose? An incall or an outcall?

With all the redevelopment in White City, it’s becoming a hot spot to be. The area is transforming to become one of the most popular places to do business in Europe. It’s new look is attracting a new type of visitor, who demand a new level of service and luxury. That’s why K West Hotel and Spa is a perfect fit and the sort of accommodation you’ll definitely want to experience. Describing themselves as an ‘edgy urban retreat’, you can guarantee no judgement and plenty of privacy. Their suites, built in the former BBC recording studios, are stylish, chic and absolutely luxurious. Gigantic, super king beds and double ended bathtubs make these suites the perfect playground for any gentleman and a friend, or even two. Just let us know what sort of specialty desires you have and we will ensure that you will have a date with the perfect escort for you.

You won’t want to party without plenty of delicious food in your system though. Since you’re already staying at one of the coolest spots in White City, you may want to continue with that vibe at The Allis. Located in the new Soho House called White City House in the old television studios, it’s a bar and restaurant open to all and serving all day long. It’s a cozy, discreet and relaxed atmosphere which is a perfect place to get to know your date, if you are so inclined, before taking her back for some satisfying adventures later.

We completely understand that you may not wish to have your date come back to your place. That is why we provide an incall service in our discreet, welcoming and relaxing apartments where you can focus on having your very specific desires completely satisfied right in the White City neighbourhood.

White City Station

White City Tube Station opened in 1908, but at that time it was called Wood Lane Station and it was built specifically to provide transportation to and from the Franco-Britain Exhibition at Great White City Exhibition Centre. In 1938, building work was commenced for a new station, but WWII interrupted the plans and so, it wasn’t opened until 1947, when it replaced Wood Lane Station and was called White City. Its design was such that it won an award at the Festival of Britain, held in 1951. In 2008 though, Wood Lane station was revived nearby. White City Station’s most recent modernisation was also completed in 2008 for which it received another award due to the sensitive way that the heritage and original design were retained.