Find Offices in the West End
There is a rich variety of space located in London’s West End that would suit any business – from modern, funky spaces to elegant, high-end offices housed in grand period buildings. The area is crammed with beautiful architecture, quiet garden squares and five-star hotels, which make it popular with tourists and businesspeople alike. Clients visiting the West End are immediately impressed by the landmarks and luxury, and on a day-to-day level it – without a doubt – one of the most enjoyable places to work in the world.
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Why Choose the West End?
The West End is a loosely-defined assortment of districts to the west of the City of London. Its boundaries are generally taken to accommodate Mayfair, Marylebone, St James’s, Covent Garden and Westminster. What ties together its unique areas is an international reputation for class, culture and prosperity – it is home to the capital’s most upmarket entertainment venues, shopping streets and residential properties.
Within this renowned part of central London you can find the shoppers’ paradise of Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street. There are countless art galleries and museums, cafes, bars and – especially – theatres. The West End is so associated with big-budget theatre that the term is used synonymously for the shows and musicals in the area. Its star-studded venues contribute to an atmosphere of theatrical glamour matched only by New York’s Broadway. With such a concentration of world-leading venues, the West End is perfectly situated for client-impressing entertainment at its finest.
Many of these venues can be found in Covent Garden, including the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and the Royal Opera House. Covent Garden is also known for its lively market and for its central square – home to St Paul’s Church. The area is also a popular venue for street entertainers, who have performed there since at least 1662, when Samuel Pepys wrote of seeing a Punch and Judy show at the square.
Mayfair lives up to its reputation as the game-winning property on the British Monopoly board. It is one of the world’s most fashionable districts, boasts the highest concentration of luxury hotels in the capital, and is home to many Michelin-starred restaurants, including the only restaurant in the UK to be awarded with three of the coveted stars. This sense of luxury is shared by its neighbouring districts of Marylebone and St James’s.
Soho, meanwhile, is home to upmarket restaurants and sophisticated office buildings. Soho is especially popular with businesses in the media sector, which are attracted by its colourful, diverse and distinctive atmosphere.
Travelling to the West End
As the UK’s capital, London boasts excellent road, rail and air transport links. Within the areas that make up the West End, there are more than 15 tube stations, and two major rail stations – Charing Cross and Marylebone – which link commuters with the rest of the UK and to London’s international airports.
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