A growing opportunity for London investment with many great sites and destinations to explore, Bayswater is sometimes unduly overlooked as a getaway area. There’s something for everyone in this rare gem: entertainment and outdoor attractions for families, attraction sights for tourists and shops and dining establishments for anyone visiting.
The shopping areas around Bayswater cater for the widest range of tastes. For people who are looking for an upmarket shopping centre, famous for its spacious and ostentatious architecture, as well as a range of trendy shops and establishments, Whiteleys is the place for you. On the other hand, if you prefer culturally diverse, booming marketplace which always contains more to explore with multiple visits, Portobello Road Market may be just what you’re looking for. There are many other markets and smaller shops in Bayswater, so it pays off to walk around and take in all the options Bayswater provides.
If you’re a fan of the movie Notting Hill, then a trip to Bayswater, home of the cosmopolitan district popular with artists and culture leaders, is a must have on your bucket list. It’s not just home to picturesque architecture and delightful communal garden squares, it also hosts regular cultural events such as carnivals and markets.
St Sophia’s Cathedral is a hidden gem in Bayswater. A Greek Orthodox cathedral on Moscow Road in Bayswater, built in the 1880s and filled with beautiful and awe-inspiring art. It’s one of the oldest parts of Bayswater’s history, and has significant historical and cultural value.
Bayswater contains many opportunities for entertainment and diversion. The Magic Hour is an immensely popular close up magic show which was established in 2013 in the Grande Royale, Hyde Park. Drawing on the rich history of magic in the early 20th Century, the show will astound you and your family.
Or why not attend the Electric Cinema, which is unlike any other cinema. A refurbished Edwardian picture house with plush sofas, food and drink, specialising in art house films, the Electric Cinema is a viewing experience that isn’t to be missed.
To have the best experience of Bayswater, you need good quality, reliable accommodation which won’t break the bank. Mstay has several great locations in or near to Bayswater to provide you with just that.
This trendy, newly refurbished home away from home is close to a number of interesting sights, including Madame Tussauds and Buckingham Palace. While the decor of the rooms is fashionable and appealing enough to be from some of the City’s most luxurious hotels, Hotel 43 is affordable for all. Which isn’t to say that it skimps on mod-cons. All rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, and has e-key card locks in order to secure your belongings while you stay. For sightseeing tourists, there are international sockets for your convenience.
Royal Hyde Park Hotel
If you like to explore and walk around, the Royal Hyde Park Hotel is perfect, close as it is to Portobello Road, Notting Hill, and other perfect venues for meandering strolls and endless weekend afternoons. To fuel your stroll, continental breakfasts are supplied in the morning. You can stay out as long as you want thanks to our 24 hour reception service. If you prefer to stay in, you can also use the LCD TV with freeview.
For people interested in fitness, 39 studios is close to Hyde Park, and a fitness centre. For movie buffs, the Odeon Cinema is a stone’s throw away. Rooms contain air conditioning, a kitchenette with hobs, and an en suite shower. Rooms are cleaned regularly to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.