In the east, Bayswater Road originates from the Marble Arch junction, and at its western end it continues into Notting Hill Gate. It is mostly within the City of Westminster but a small portion of the road's western end lies in Kensington and Chelsea.
- Tyburn Convent
- St George's Fields
- Royal Lancaster Hotel
- Bayswater Road Sunday Art Exhibition, at which over 250 artists exhibit original art on the Royal Park Railings between Lancaster Gate and Queensway tube stations every Sunday.
- The Embassy of the Czech Republic is located at the junction with Kensington Palace Gardens
- The High Commission of Guyana located opposite the Embassy of Russia
- Park Modern
London bus routes 94 and 148 run along the whole length of Bayswater Road. Bus route 274 starts at Lancaster Gate station in the road and serves the eastern part, while bus route 70 serves the western end.
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