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Notting Hill is a great location for business owners who want to benefit from London’s commercial clout. With expansive transport links, Notting Hill is, in effect, just a stone’s throw away from the capital’s best amenities. And best of all, the area offers a pleasant atmosphere in which to work, as well as plenty of foot traffic from its characteristic residents.
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Why Choose Notting Hill?
Notting Hill is an eclectically colourful mixture of old and new. Locally, it’s as famous for its antiques and curios as it is for its modern-day celebrity connections. Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant brought the area to international attention in 1999 with the eponymous film – but while the celebrity Midas touch has indelibly left its mark on the area, there are many more reasons to locate in Notting Hill than its glamorous links.
London has its fair share of interesting areas, but Notting Hill is particularly well-known for its ‘arty’, bohemian atmosphere. The desirable district is replete with shops and stalls selling hand-made goods, jewellery and other attractive accessories.
Of particular note is the famous Portobello Road, which criss-crosses the area in a north-south direction. Portobello Road is one of the most cosmopolitan, energetic shopping areas in Europe – its market is a tourist favourite, and its Victorian terrace shops are stuffed with a colourful array of second-hand clothes and antiques.
The quieter side of Notting Hill is represented by Ladbroke Square Garden, the largest private garden square in the capital. Local residents can often be spotted here enjoying a spot of sunshine in this oasis of calm, only streets away from the comparative bustle of Portobello Road.
Travelling to Notting Hill
Geographically, Notting Hill is located slightly to the west of central London, close to Paddington and Kensington. In fact, ‘North Kensington’ is often used interchangeably with ‘Notting Hill’ to describe this part of London.
Despite Notting Hill’s westerly location, however, central London and is amenities are easily accessible from the district. The area accommodates four tube stations within its relatively compact borders – Ladbroke Grove, Westbourne Park, Latimer Road and Notting Hill Gate. These stations serve the Circle, Hammersmith and City, and District lines – providing links for Notting Hill office workers to the rest of the capital and further afield.
In common with the rest of London, the area is also well served by buses, taxis and other convenient modes of transport. With several major airports situated either inside or within close proximity to the city, international business trips are never a chore for those who work in London.
And for visiting clients, Notting Hill offers numerous places to stay that range in style from understated glamour to glamorous eccentricity. The Portobello Hotel is particularly representative of the latter – and of Notting Hill in general – having played host to many stars of music, film and fashion.
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