Queens Gardens is an affluent area with a number of tourist-friendly spots to visit particularly in Bayswater but also further afield.
Portobello Road Market is the hub of fashionista visitors from around the world with a popular antiques market and clothing stalls to suit all tastes and provide some exclusive items. It is a place to find a unique article that you will cherish forever as you remember wandering down this pleasant road with friendly stall-holders always willing to help.
If you fancy the walk then the market is only around 25 minutes by foot or take a London bus, usually a number 70 or 23, to Portobello Road.
The renowned attraction Madame Tussauds is a thirty minute walk from Queens Gardens and provides you with all the opportunity to shake as many wax celebrity hands as you like without being pushed away by security. If walking is not your thing then walk only a few minutes to Paddington Station and catch the Bakerloo Line to Baker Street underground station and from there Madame Tussauds is only a few moments away.
Trafalgar Square is a great meeting place for people as well as a space for major events but also has treats like the National Portrait Gallery, in St Martin’s Place.
Around 20 minutes by tube from Paddington underground station Trafalgar Square has a range of religious and seasonal festivals, including Diwali (the festival of lights) in October and the Christmas lights switch-on, held throughout the year that entices many to the area.
Queens Gardens is a wonderful place to stay and is a direct link to popular places in the capital either through tubes from Paddington or the nearby Bayswater underground station.
Stay in the Queens Gardens area and you’ll be within walking distance of famous shopping roads including Westbourne Grove and the beautiful neighbourhood of Notting Hill.