The Byron Hotel
The Byron Hotel is your perfect country house location for a leisure break in the capital. Sitting in a quiet street, yet within easy reach of London's superb shopping and night life, the hotel serves as a haven in this great city, within easy reach of all the major public transport facilities and famous London attractions via the nearby metro stations of Bayswater and Queensway. Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are 500 yards away; Marble Arch and Oxford Street offer world class shopping only 10 minutes from the hotel; and “Theatreland” with all the latest shows is just 20 minutes away.
36/38 Queensborough Terrace,
London, W2 3SH, England
Telephone number: +44 (0)20 7243 0987
Fax number: +44 (0)20 7792 1957
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW TO GET TO THE BYRON HOTEL
Nearest car parks are Q-Park (26 Queensway) and Euro Car Parks (150 Bayswater Rd).
Paddington Station: Circle and District lines. 1 minute by tube to Bayswater Station and then a short walk.
St Pancras / King’s Cross Station: Victoria line. 2 minutes by tube to Oxford Circus Station and then 6 minutes on the Central Line to Queensway Station and then a short walk.
Victoria Station: Circle line. 13 minutes by tube to Bayswater Station and then a short walk.
Seconds from Queensway and Bayswater Station with links through-out London (Circle, District, and Central lines).
Heathrow airport: Piccadilly line, change at Earl’s Court for the District line. 55 minutes by tube to Bayswater Station and then a short walk. Alternatively, Heathrow X-press direct to Paddington Train Station within 16 minutes.
Gatwick airport: Gatwick Express to Victoria Train Station within 30 minutes. Take Circle line. 13 minutes by tube to Bayswater Station and then a short walk
City airport: DLR to Bank within 21 minutes. Take Central line, 14 minutes by tube to Queensway Station and then a short walk just.
Stansted airport: Stansted Express to Liverpool Street Station within 48 minutes. Take Central line. 18 minutes by tube to Queensway Station and then a short walk.