Queensway — W2
There’s never a dull moment when you’re in this busy-to-the-point-of-frenetic section of Bayswater. Nestled between Notting Hill and Lancaster Gate, Queensway is served by the Central Line, with the Circle and District also close at hand. Framed to the south by the Bayswater Road, it’s also in prime position for the hailing of taxis. Developed during the early 1800s, the area offers shops, restaurants, boutiques and hotels, with Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park moments away. Also, moments away is the perfect bliss of male services. Queensway, with its royal-sounding name, is the ideal place for luxuriating. And when it comes to feeling like a monarch, only male massage in Queensway will do. You’ll leave your appointment feeling grand, that’s for sure.
The only downside to this area is that some of the shops towards the park end of the street are purveyors of cheap tourist tat. But you can get away from this in no time by making tracks and aiming for Whiteley’s — a fairly quiet shopping mall where you’ll find both high street chains and an excellent vintage clothing outlet. Other attractions include the capital’s largest ice rink, a bowling alley and the Royal China — one of London’s best Chinese restaurants. Frozen yoghurt parlours, health food shops and much, much more make up the rest of the street. But it’s the gay massage in Queensway that’s the icing on the cake. In fact, some would say that a Tantric Soul masseur is both the icing and the cake, such is the regard in which we’re held. We’ll find you a deeply attractive, muscular man with an air of sensual masculinity and a pair of hands like no other. All you need to do is let go and allow yourself to be guided into lands of steamy pleasure. This is going to be a London experience to remember.
* Elliott is based close to station, in fact just five minutes walking. All of our masseurs are happy to visit you if you are staying in the area.