ESCORTS IN CENTRAL LONDON - THINGS TO DO + ADULT NIGHTLIFE, RESTAURANTS AND 5 STARS HOTELS
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Dotted around this area of London is the Natural History Museum, The Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park. Ten minutes' stroll to the north will take you to Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace and the high-end shopping experience of High Street Kensington.
Top South Kensington hotels in this area include the Baglioni Hotel, Blakes and the Milestone. Our VIP supermodel escorts from all over the world can entertain you in their SW3 incall flat, or meet you at your hotel anywhere in London, including Heathrow.
Things To Do in SW7 With Your South Kensington Escort
Hyde Park actually borders South Kensington and links you to Mayfair and even Westminster. If you're meeting one of our escorts for a dinner date then it can be the perfect venue for a stroll and a coffee while you get to know your new girlfriend before embarking on a meal.
If you're looking to add some culture to your escort booking then a visit to the Natural History Museum is sure to be enlightening. Alternatively, you can cross into Knightsbridge and visit the impressive art collection in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Take In A Show
The Royal Albert Hall sits at the edge of Hyde Park and offers an array of shows throughout the year. The experience of watching a show in this iconic building is almost as good as the show itself. Many of our girls love the theatre and would make the perfect arm candy for you to show off.
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If you have booked one of our South Kensington escorts for an overnight, perhaps after your hotel time, you can party the rest of the night away at Montezuma. This smaller club is trendy and looks fantastic. Dance and groove until the early hours, before going back to your hotel.
The famous Big Ben clock tower
The name Big Ben is often used to describe the tower, the clock and the bell but the name was first given to the Great Bell. The Elizabeth Tower, which stands at the north end of the Houses of Parliament, was completed in 1859 and the Great Clock started on 31 May, with the Great Bell's strikes heard for the first time on 11 July and the quarter bells first chimed on 7 September.
The House of Parliament
The history of the Houses of Parliament spans over 900 years from the Anglo-Saxons to the present.