Standing on one of London's most famous streets, Pall Mall, London SW1 was granted to Nell Gwynn by King Charles II as a grace-and-favour mansion in the 1600s. Today the property operates as a premium serviced office, providing a range of elegant offices and meeting rooms within an impressive business environment. Expansive windows ensure all office space is flooded with natural light, while many suites also benefit from period features such as original cornicing and traditional fireplaces. Serviced offices and communal areas feature contemporary executive furnishings and stylish designer touches. Suites on the top floor further benefit from stunning views of The Mall and St James’s Park which run parallel to the building. This business centre is finished to an exceptional standard. It offers superb meeting rooms which are available to rent by the hour and a modern customer lounge which provides a unique area for customers to relax and take time away from their offices.
The customer lounge located on the lower ground floor is available for use by all residential customers and provides a unique area in which to relax. It features a flat screen television and comfortable seating. Refreshments, newspapers and magazines are available throughout the day. The building also benefits from a suite of 4 executive boardrooms and video conferencing facilities.
Located in one of the capital’s most famous streets. Pall Mall is ideally located on the St James’s / Mayfair border and the building runs parallel to The Mall and St James’s Park. Piccadilly, Green Park, Leicester Square and Charing Cross underground stations are within easy walking distance and it is a short taxi ride from Waterloo station.
24/7 Security Monitoring
Large Conference Facility
24/7 Access Control
High Speed Internet
Dedicated Internet Line
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