Running from Kensington Gardens towards South Kensington, Gloucester road is a hotel zone and a commercial street. This road was named after the famous Maria, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh who used to have a house here at the beginning of the 19th century. In the early 17th century, it was called Hog Moore Lane and served as a flower farm and a pleasure garden. Today, Gloucester Road is home to numerous restaurants, hotels, and pubs. You will find a nice selection of beautiful London escorts who are available for private meetings here on Gloucester Road. Victoria & Albert Museum which boasts a fascinating collection of furniture, fashion, and design is a 10-minute walk away.
Gloucester Road intersects with Cromwell Road and this is where the Gloucester Road Underground Station is located. Some of the major attractions in the city including the Natural History Museum, Earls Court Exhibition Centre, and Science Museum are easily reachable. In case you are looking for some fine dining establishments, you will be happy to hear that Gloucester Road is close to places like Bombay Brasserie, Bumpkin South Kensington, 1880 at the Bentley, and Aubrey Restaurant & Bar.