A bit of the history of Leicester Square:
- Named after Robert Sidney, the second Earl of Leicester. He lived in the 17th century.
- The Royal Opera house was supposed to be built on Leicester Square in 1790. But it never happened.
- It became known for entertainment in the 19th century. Hotels started to be built in the area.
- The area was pedestrianised in the 1980s.
One of the best five star hotels in the Leicester Square is the W hotel. It is part of the Starwood chain of hotels. It is very modern and boasts some ultra modern suites. For the ultimate escort booking, invite the lady of your choice to the screening suite. The room comes with its own steam room. There is also a large massage table. It is called the screening room because the bedroom can be easily transformed into your own cinema. A large screen drops down enabling you to watch movies. Definitely a room to book if you want to invite and escort or two or even three for some saucy company.
The main transport link for this area if unsurprisingly Leicester Square underground station. It is on the Northern and Piccadilly London underground lines. Plenty of buses pass through the area too. It is also very easy to find a black cab in the Leicester Square area. Handy if you want to catch one after your booking with a Leicester Square escort.
In general most escorts doing incall bookings have locations further west, towards Bayswater and Kensington. But when we have escorts joining with an incall apartment in the Leicester Square area, we will add them to our gallery of Leicester Square escorts.