It doesn’t take a rocket scientist (or even a serviced office expert) to understand that the Central London office market is pretty competitive. Really competitive, in fact. From startups to multi-nationals, London is the place to be when you’re in business.
Which is good news for business owners seeking serviced offices in London. Supply might be tight at times, but all that churn and competition means operators are working their socks off to create some of the best and most cutting-edge workplaces in the business. From gorgeous skyscraper offices with knock-out views to period properties and designer interiors, it’s all here.
What’s more, serviced office operators aren’t just refurbishing their properties to bring them up to modern standards – they’re taking things a few steps further. As you’ll see from our collection below, today’s most impressive serviced offices come with radical design and innovative ideas to really bring the best out of the property.
Here’s what we mean:
1920s Flair in Mayfair (pictured top)
This stunning Mayfair office space doesn’t just boast a must-have location. Taking a notable cue from its affluent surroundings with a distinct 1920s twist, this is a workspace of art. Think elegant decor, classic art deco hues and vivid geometric patterns, finished with bold features including a glamorous central staircase, polished flooring and even its own grand piano. That sounds like berries to me, darling!
Serviced offices don’t tend to conjure images of airplane cabins or metallic components – apart from these beautifully designed Marble Arch serviced offices near Marylebone. Following the theme of ‘Earth’, each of the property’s five floors are decked out with its own theme including Sero (nature), Ignis (fire), Aquorus (water), Metalli (metal) and Aeros (air). The latter features airline-style portholes, seats, and even a sky-high cockpit view at the end of the corridor. It’s fair to say this impressive space combines all the right elements for something pretty special.
The serviced office market in Covent Garden is no stranger to leading-edge design and quirky, imaginative spaces. It’s tricky to choose a favourite, but this fresh, light-infused workspace on Henrietta Street certainly features highly. The design is cool and delicately crisp, with light flooding into every room and a fabulous fresh finish. Bold, vivid furnishings and spiky exotic plants complete the look. If that’s not airy enough, there’s a cute little sun-trap out on the terrace.
This serviced office operator has made a name for itself in the design stakes, and they keep on raising the bar. These serviced offices in King’s Cross form part of the main station building – a formidable Grade I listed structure that bears many hallmarks of 19th century built-to-last architecture. Inside, the re-designed workspace makes light work of the building’s heavyset structure. Its industrial overtones, angular features and vast windows are complemented by light-filled spaces and snug oversized armchairs, bringing warmth and character into a truly functional and practical workspace. Come and be dazzled.
Just down the street from McLaren and Rolex, opposite Harvey Nichols and overlooking the rolling greenery of Hyde Park, this stunning serviced office in Knightsbridge oozes prestige. It’s impressive stuff, but it’s not just the address of this office that raises eyebrows. It’s got style delicately scripted all over it, from the illuminated classical facade and gorgeous pendant lighting in reception, to the designer sculptures and plush furniture arrangements throughout. Oh, and it has its own resident chef and organic catering team, too. Talk about ‘wow’ factor!
Find out more about these design-led serviced offices in London, and dozens more like them, online at LondonOffices.com. Alternatively speak to our team of consultants direct and challenge us to find your perfect serviced office in the city.