14 February 2016
I love Piccadilly, that’s the road in London not the station in Manchester! Its great and it really does show what is great about London, what do i mean by this well I will have a go at explaining, you see you have everything that is London in one street here you will find modern restaurants brought over from America, Hard Rock Cafe, men’s clothes stores every type from Italian to classic English, a car showroom – ok it sells German cars and you have one side of Fortum and Mason.
Hotels in Piccadilly
Thistle Piccadilly - Coventry Street, W1D 6BZ, 0871 376 9031
The Z Hotels - 17 Moore St, Soho, W1D 5AP, 0161 831 3811
The Park Lane Hotel, London - Piccadilly, W1J 7BX, 020 7499 6321
Le Meridien Piccadilly - 21 Piccadilly, W1J 0BH, 020 7734 8000
Saint Georges Hotel - 14-15 Langham Place, W1B 2QS, 020 7580 0111
Green Park tube station is located on Piccadilly, Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines, and you will also find the world famous Piccadilly Circus tube station, Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines, located with the junctions of Regent Street, Coventry Street and Haymarket. This is one of the busiest junctions in Central London and is famous for its neon signs, although these are now being scaled down, outside of the station is the statue of Eros also called the Angel of Christian Charity, the statue had to have a new string fitted to its bow after it was broken by a tourist. The station got so busy that during the 1960’s is had to undergo redevelopment that would increase its capacity by 50%, this has now been reached and it is one of the busiest tube stations handling more and more people each day.
For a great time during your stay in Piccadilly we recommend that you seek the services of one of our Piccadilly escorts, these Lovely ladies can really show you the best of what there is to offer, you see there is not just a great selection of restaurants and bars or hotels,,,,, no this area is also home to some really great shopping, both men and women the world over travel to London to visit the shops located in the area of Piccadilly because they have such a great name.
Even more importantly the area has some great history, yes I know most of London has really great history, it is so old after all (unlike what you will find in the US).
To outline it; Piccadilly runs from Hyde Park Corner to Piccadilly Circus, it is a very busy road for both traffic and pedestrians, it falls under the postcode of W1 and also The City of Westminster, it was once called Portugal Street but was renamed after a very handy fashion accessory which was extremely popular at the time.
Green Park tube station is located in the very center of the road, which is one of the longest and straightest in London.