Central London Escorts

120 London Escorts provides cheap, discreet and lavish escorts services in Central London. the region has some very luxurious areas. It is the heartbeat of the city. All the main entertainment, the best restaurants, tourist attractions and biggest events are located there. Many top businessmen who travel from overseas to London, may visit there. It is not uncommon for some to enjoy private companionship with Central London escorts.

Below are the areas that the agency covers. Outcalls within the hour (subject to availability); you can arrange a date with a very attractive escort companion. Click on an area below in which you require a cheap outcall. They start from £120.

Outcall Escorts In Central London

These are the areas and regions that 120 London escorts cover.

  • Aldwych - (WC2) - A area that is often used as a film location. Lots of quality hotels.
  • Aldgate - (EC3) - A busy region that connects Central London with the East End.
  • Barbican - (EC2) - A cultural epicentre for performance arts. It is a an area that is easy to commute to.
  • Baker Street - (NW1) Home of the fictitious detective Sherlock Holmes. This is a tourist hub with many luxury hotels, pubs, bars and specialist shops.
  • Blackfriars - (EC4) - An area with an interesting history, lots of historic buildings and a river bus service.
  • Bond Street - (W1) A very luxurious area lots of posh shops, boutiques and bars.
  • Charing Cross - (WC2) Always busy due to city workers travelling to and from and sometimes through it on their way to work. Has one of the busiest train stations in London.
  • Clerkenwell - (EC1) - Great bars, hotels, museums and pubs.
  • Covent Garden - (WC2) - An area where which is a firm favourite with tourists. It has a nice indoor market and famous for it's street entertainment.
  • Earls Court - (SW5) A lively inner city area which is famed for it's world class exhibition centre, where various international and domestic events and 'expos' are held.
  • Euston - (NW1) One of the busiest parts of Central London. It has a historic train station that used to be the first link between major cities.
  • Elephant and Castle - (SE17)
  • Embankment - (WC2)
  • Farringdon - (EC1)
  • Goodge Street - (W1)
  • Green Park - (SW1) Another area which has one of the most famous landmarks. Uniquely it's location is between two other beautiful parks; St. James's Park & Hyde Park.
  • Holborn - (WC1 and WC2) Spectacular architecture to many of the buildings in the area.
  • Hyde Park - (W1) A huge park in Central London, covering 142 hectares. The region is famous for being the place of Speaker's Corner.
  • Kensington - (W8) Another upmarket area providing a luxurious shopping day out. Many boutique style hotels located there.
  • Kings Cross - (WC1) A major national and international commuter hub where you can commute to other parts of the country as well as Paris.
  • Knightsbridge - (SW1) One of the most expensive and luxurious fashion and shopping districts.
  • Marble Arch - (W1) Noted as one of the capitals most important and iconic landmarks. The surrounding area is very busy and it used to have London's biggest cinema screen. Adjoins to Park Lane and Oxford Street.
  • Mayfair - (W1) The best 5* hotels, expensive cars and the wealthiest are found there.
  • Moorgate - (EC2)
  • Paddington - (W2) A very upmarket and busy part of The City Of Westminster.
  • Piccadilly - The entertainment capital of London. Bright lights, neon signs and exciting nightlife.
  • Park Lane - (W1) Very posh area with some of the most luxurious hotels located there. A 'must stay' place for visiting, rich overseas tourists.
  • Leicester Square - (WC2)
  • Liverpool Street - (EC2) Thousands of commuters pass through it everyday as it has one of the busiest train stations.
  • Old Street - (EC1)
  • Shoreditch - (EC2) A busy district in the inner city, located in the Borough Of Hackney.
  • Sloane Square - (SW1) A highly picturesque square that has spectacular modern landscape architectural features.
  • South Bank - (SE1) Located around the River Thames. A great place to view the best landmarks. You will find it is the epicentre for arts, foreign film and amateur theatre productions. The London Eye is located there.
  • Southwark - (SE1) A district in Central London whose location is to the northern front end of the River Thames.
  • Strand - (WC2)
  • Russell Square - (WC1) A large garden square with fantastic architecture. The surrounding area is home to many luxury boutique hotels.
  • Victoria - (SW1) A commuter hub for people travelling to other parts of the city and UK. You will find some posh restaurants and bars as well as a theatre there.
  • Waterloo (SE1) A busy part of London with some great theatres and bars.
  • Warren Street - (W1)
  • West End - (W1) The best high street shopping experience in the city. Always very busy and bustling with energy.
  • Westminster - (W1) A truly iconic part of London, that houses the most important buildings in the UK. A major tourist attraction.