Paddington Parking

Latest Paddington parking reviews
  • Parking on Torquay Street, W2

    It was very easy and conveniently.

  • Parking on Bell Street, NW1

    It was easy to get to, value for money and as underground car parks go, it was clean and well lit.

  • Parking on Torquay Street, W2

    Hello We parked on September 18th - it was quick and easy to book and came with instructions and directions on how to get there. The parking area is easy to find with satnav but the actual spot is rather confusing as its a little area the size of a large sitting room. If coming adjacent to the Shell petrol station. Follow the road past the big "W" on the side of the building round to the left, (past the small football ground). There is a metal gate with a very small digital code lock. That's the entry point. There are only three bays. As I was looking for somewhere bigger I rang the company and they really tried to be very helpful - Note they close by 20.00. The car was very safe as the building itself has its own security that monitor the car park and building 24hrs. I was a little late (30 mins) when collecting the car and was not overcharged. Reliable, safe and very reasonable price for 26hrs parking in central London. Highly recommended.

  • Parking on Westbourne Terrace, W2

    Great parking space, 2 minutes from station. John is very helpful via text. will definitely use again. cheers

  • Parking on Bayswater Road, W2

    Perfect service as always. Everytime I'll need this is the parking I'll use

  • Parking on Bell Street, NW1

    Easy to find, plenty of spaces, completely automated. No issues at all.

  • Parking on Torquay Street, W2

    Great place to park, easy to find and secure.

  • Parking on Bell Street, NW1

    Brilliant service

  • Parking on Bayswater Road, W2

    Very good value and easy to find. Very good for Albert Hall and museums with a quick walk through the park. Petrol station just outside.

  • Parking on Princess Court, W2

    Reasonably easy to find but take care with the postcode and sat-nav as it took me to the rear property