It’s not goodbye, it’s see you soon. We’ve made the difficult decision to temporarily close our doors at the Duke of Leinster until further notice.
It’s with a very heavy heart we’re having to do so, and something we never saw coming, but it’s a decision we’ve had to make to support the wellbeing of all our staff and guests. We’ll be back, and we can’t wait to see you soon.
Nestled in a leafy street of historic Bayswater, just short walk from Paddington Station and greenery of Hyde Park, you will find a peaceful oasis in the heart of West London neighbourhood. With 36-bedrooms, hearty breakfast and insider knowledge of local, the Duke of Leinster is your perfect London base.
Book yourself in one of our handpicked tours or experiences from Ginza Guides and you will find there is much more to London than Big Ben and Buckingham Palace.
From all of the team at The Duke of Leinster Hotel, we look forward to welcoming you.
The Duke of Leinster is conveniently located in the Bayswater area, and is suitable for all purposes; short city breaks but also business trips. To reach other areas of the town, you will be spoilt for choice with two underground stations nearby: Bayswater and Queensway.
Whether it is shopping, theatre or nightlife you are into, the hotel is close enough to visit all cool places in London such as Oxford Street, Leicester Square, Piccadilly, etc. If you are after a quick journey to Heathrow Airport, take Heathrow Express from Paddington Station which is located within walking distance of the hotel.
A stroll through the terraced and tree lined streets of Bayswater gives a sense of the history of this area of London. Jog in Hyde Park or picnic in Kensington Gardens. Whatever you choose, you will not be disappointed. Speakers’ Corner, Serpentine Lake and The Memorial Fountain dedicated to Diana, Princess of Wales are only a few examples of famous landmarks in Hyde Park.
If you are looking into living like a local during your stay in London, please visit our ‘Cool Local Guide’ for awesome places you should definitely not miss!
The Portobello Market is a popular tourist destination in a close neighbourhood which used to be no more than a country path called ‘Green Lane’.
Covent Garden is a quirky little place not far from famous Leicester Square, full of independent stores as well as big brands. There are hidden gems to be found!