Not Just a Pretty Face: Central London Serviced Offices’ Immense Views

Central London is one of the most architecturally impressive places in the world. There is everything from mesmerising, iconic high rise buildings to impressively grand period properties. From a bird’s eye view, London is a maze of unique and inspiring buildings for miles and miles. In our opinion the best way to view this remarkable scene is from high up in Central London serviced offices.

 

 

 

Regus City Point London office to rent     RegusCity Point

 

Looking at this immense structure from the outside, visitors would also expect big things from the interior, and they will not be disappointed. The windows are floor to ceiling on every floor and each space has simply stunning views. The contemporary interiors and light colouring allows the natural light to bounce off the walls creating an uplifting work setting.

 

View from Regus City Point London office to rent

 

 

 

 

Bishopsgate central London serviced offices     i2 OfficeBishopsgate


Sitting in the Northeast corner of the Square Mile, views from this building are incomparable. All of The City’s most iconic structures are visible from inside this office. Everything from stunning high rises to large imposing structures surround the building. Looking more spectacular by night you may even find an excuse to work late in these amazing Central London serviced offices.

 

Bishopsgate central London serviced officesBishopsgate central London serviced offices

 

 

 

 

Mitre Passage Central London serviced offices     i2 Office – Mitre Passage

 

Externally, this building provides great visuals. The unique exterior encompasses the modern and innovative area in which the building sits. However, once inside, the scenes are even more spectacular. Being South of the river the building benefits from immense views of the amazing skyscrapers of Canary Wharf as well as the contemporary and unique buildings which make up Greenwich.

 

View from Mitre Passage Central London serviced offices

 

 

 

Bevis Marks Central London serviced offices     i2 Office – Bevis Marks

 

Famous for its striking and one of a kind Sky Garden, it is no surprise that the views from Bevis Marks are phenomenal. Keeping in line with its outer appearance, office interiors are also very stylish and sleek. Due to neat, straight lines and minimalist style, a chic image flows throughout the entirety of these Central London serviced offices.

 

View from Bevis Marks Central London serviced offices

 

 

 

Cavendish Square Central London Serviced offices     i2 Office – Cavendish Square

 

Fronted by beautiful garden space, these Central London serviced offices are immediately appealing. The views visible from within this office have an even bigger impact due to the minimal yet modern interiors. Classic, period buildings and iconic sky scrapers such as the Shard as well as London monuments including Big Ben and the London Eye are all visible from this memorable office space.

 

View from Cavendish Square Central London Serviced officesView from Cavendish Square Central London Serviced offices

 

With scenes such as this the London skyline is hard to ignore. Being able to break away from the desk and gaze upon views like these really is magical.

 

 

Are you interested in finding Central London serviced offices with spectacular views for your business? Londonoffices provide a free and straight forward service.  

 

 

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The stunning images visible throughout this post are courtesy of Umbreen Hafeez. Specialising in shots of London her social pages are a spectacular display of the incomparable views that can be seen throughout the capital. Being raised in London, Umbreen knows the best spots for a great view and has a unique appreciation for the city, something which is evident in her mesmerising images. Take a closer look at her work via the links below.

 

Facebook – @RealLondonPhotos         Instagram –  reallondonphotos

 

 

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