Your group stay in Paddington
This district, known for its station, which gave its name to England's most famous bear, was once a transit area. His canal connected London to Birmingham. As river transport has fallen into disuse, the canal is now a place to walk around the Paddington Basin and Little Venice. Surrounded by two of London's largest gardens, Hyde Park and Regent's Park, Paddington is made up of a network of small streets and lanes with no Victorian architecture among glass steel buildings. The most famous is undoubtedly Baker Street since it is here, at 221b, that Conan Doyle lived in Sherlock Holmes. A museum is now dedicated to the detective at the same address. In the evening, your group will find a wide range of restaurants, often Asian, around your hotel in Paddington. There are many hotels in the area to organize your group trip to Paddington. This area of London is particularly easy to access from Heathrow Airport, as the shuttle bus between Heathrow and London arrives at Paddington Station. If you come to London by plane, Paddington can therefore be an excellent destination for your group trip.