Baker Street Escorts in London
Were you looking for a high-class escort in London’s Baker Street area? Bentleys Of London has a beautiful selection of elite, educated girls to visit you at your Baker Street hotel or perhaps you’d like to visit them at their luxury NW1 apartments.
Baker Street NW1 is in the Marylebone district of London and is close to the busy shopping district of Oxford Street, Selfridges and the luxury stores around Bond Street. Of course, if you are looking to enjoy your Baker Street escort outside of the bedroom, shopping is always going to be a fun way to spend some time together. Take a perfect opportunity to spoil the girl of your dreams, and your efforts will be rewarded and much appreciated. Selfridges department store is a sure way to any girl's heart-you can thank us later!
Bentleys Of London has a beautiful selection of escorts working in or near Baker Street W1, and here they are:
Baker Street is a well-known street in London and has a lovely gathering of elite London escort girls. However, it is most famous for the residence of the fictional character Sherlock Holmes at 221B Baker Street. This is a great attraction to visit and can bring people from around the world.
There are numerous tours and group events that take place on Baker Street to best help you understand the attractions around London, including a private tour of all the hidden film locations for Sherlock Holmes. Additionally, Baker Street has been considered the centre of London’s punk movement and has been the centrepiece of a variety of songs including, “Baker Street” by Gerry Rafferty, and “Baker St. Muse” by Jethro Tull.
While visiting your Baker Street escort London from Bentleys elite agency, you will experience new forms of culture and style on the forefront of Britain’s punk movement. Furthermore, there are several pubs located throughout Baker Street. A few of these include The Volunteer, ShakeShuka, Bill’s Baker Street, and many more. The Baker Street Tube Station is located just off the main road, which allows for easy access to the rest of London. Regents Park is a 5-minute walk from Baker Street, which contains Regent’s University of London, Queen Mary’s Rose Gardens, and various restaurants.