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Soho is a place like no other, located in the city’s West End, synonymous with theatricals and entertainment, Soho really raises the bar. This location provides everything from a 24hr nightlife, boutique shops, famous faces, exquisite cuisine, trendy Soho offices, and an abundance of eccentricities. A serviced office in Soho will be among one of the busiest squares and streets in London, this exciting area is alive with people, culture and individualism. Having recently raised itself above its seedy reputation of the past, today it still holds on to its character and provides a wonderfully fun place to both work and unwind. You’ll never regret finding an office to rent in Soho.

SOHO

It is almost guaranteed that there is somewhere to eat, somewhere to sleep or somewhere to visit in Soho like no other place you have experienced before. The area is chic and trendy to the fullest and epitomises the phrase weird but wonderful.  There are plentiful modern eateries within the area which provide unrivalled cuisine and there is something to suit all tastes and budgets. One place high on our list of recommendations is the Vietnamese restaurant Cây Tre. They aim to please and this is certainly what they do; with incredibly well presented and efficient staff you will be able to sample delights such as their locally sourced crab. The restaurant is also complete with loud pleasurable music reminding you where you are, keeping in line with the up-beat vibes of Soho. If it’s just a drink after a long day at work that you’re after, the incredible combination created by Marco Arrigo, head of quality for Illy and Tony Conigliaro, the alco-alchemist behind 69 Colebrooke Row and Zetter Town House is simply a must to visit when you’re in Soho. Serving coffee and cocktails of their own genius twists and creations exclusively, the beautiful little bar has room for no more than 25 customers and provides seated service only.

Key Transport Links

Any Soho office space is within walking distance to some of London’s busiest squares and streets, transport into this location is plentiful with the four corners of the area being equipped with tube stations. Piccadilly Circus and Tottenham Court Road Tube stations are only a 5-6 minute walk out of the centre of Soho and Oxford Circus and Leicester Square are also only a 7-8 minute walk. This means there is easy access to the Bakerloo, Piccadilly, Central, Northern and Victoria lines from Soho. Similarly to this location needing great transport links, it also demands high quality hotels. An ideal location for business partners and clients to visit and to stay, they will have a choice of three and four star hotels all with their own unique interiors and themes. The Sanctum Soho Hotel is a beautiful boutique lodging providing sophisticated and stylish rooms whilst maintaining the highest comfort and luxury. Ideally situated in the heart of the West End these ex combined Georgian townhouses provide a sumptuous place to lay your head after an effervescent night on the town.

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There is plenty to see around all the serviced offices in Soho as you walk around its animated streets. Leicester Square for example is the epicentre of British cinema and all major European premiers happen here. There are some of London’s largest and most prestigious cinema complexes within this area which host regular premiers and award ceremonies for some of films most famous faces. Bronze casts of actors’ hand imprints can also be admired within Leicester Square with the likes of Tom Cruise, Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone having left their mark here. If it is a different kind of culture that interests you, why not head down to Chinatown and experience an authentic East Asian environment. This community within the city provides you with the opportunity to eat like a local with a real taste of East Asia in London. However, it is not just oriental food provided down in Chinatown with stores such as bakeries, bars and even reflexology, alongside souvenir shops, health clinics, barbers and travel agents, this unique setting really does have everything. However, if you want to be in amongst the buzz of tourists and share in their enthusiasm for Soho’s landmarks, then Piccadilly Circus is where you need to head. This is the perfect location to take a break from the working day and watch the world go by in one of London’s busiest squares. It is the home of the iconic advertising hoarding and the infamous statue of Eros, erected in 1892 to commemorate the philanthropic works of Lord Shaftesbury.

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Soho Background and Landmarks

At the heart of everything kooky within Soho is Ripley’s Believe it or Not! museum. This amazing place showcases artwork such as a Tower Bridge assembled out of matchsticks, a Michelle Obama portrait made out of bottle tops and a wedding dress made out of toilet paper. The attraction also houses a mirror maze, a LaseRase in which you must avoid being attacked by laser beams and a black hole walk through so if your business requires you to be fun, creative and to think outside of the box, this may be the perfect location for some inspiration as well as some entertainment. Or for entertainment more traditional to London’s West End, you may want to visit one of the areas many beautiful theatres. Some of the oldest theatres in The West End such as Prince Edward Theatre and Prince of Wales Theatre sit charmingly within Soho along with the London Palladium which showcases stunning architecture in a 2,286-seat Grade II listed building and amazing spectacles renowned for variety shows and musicals.

Rich in bars, shops and nightlife, today’s Soho has been developed through numerous and radical changes from its beginnings. Starting out as farmland, Leicester Square did not see its first building until post 1666 when the Earl of Leicester built a mansion on the grounds. Subsequently the rich and esteemed used the surrounding area as a shooting ground, developing the name ‘Soho’ from the hunting cry ‘Soohoo’. From there it grew and grew; the wealthiest residents moved out, preferring to reside in Mayfair, and artists, writers, bohemians and immigrants moved in, paving the way for the culture and art synonymous with today’s Soho.

Local Insight & Information

Soho is a place like no other, located in the city’s West End, synonymous with theatricals and entertainment, Soho really raises the bar. This location provides everything from a 24hr nightlife, boutique shops, famous faces, exquisite cuisine, trendy Soho offices, and an abundance of eccentricities. A serviced office in Soho will be among one of the busiest squares and streets in London, this exciting area is alive with people, culture and individualism. Having recently raised itself above its seedy reputation of the past, today it still holds on to its character and provides a wonderfully fun place to both work and unwind. You’ll never regret finding an office to rent in Soho.

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SOHO

It is almost guaranteed that there is somewhere to eat, somewhere to sleep or somewhere to visit in Soho like no other place you have experienced before. The area is chic and trendy to the fullest and epitomises the phrase weird but wonderful.  There are plentiful modern eateries within the area which provide unrivalled cuisine and there is something to suit all tastes and budgets. One place high on our list of recommendations is the Vietnamese restaurant Cây Tre. They aim to please and this is certainly what they do; with incredibly well presented and efficient staff you will be able to sample delights such as their locally sourced crab. The restaurant is also complete with loud pleasurable music reminding you where you are, keeping in line with the up-beat vibes of Soho. If it’s just a drink after a long day at work that you’re after, the incredible combination created by Marco Arrigo, head of quality for Illy and Tony Conigliaro, the alco-alchemist behind 69 Colebrooke Row and Zetter Town House is simply a must to visit when you’re in Soho. Serving coffee and cocktails of their own genius twists and creations exclusively, the beautiful little bar has room for no more than 25 customers and provides seated service only.

Key Transport Links

Any Soho office space is within walking distance to some of London’s busiest squares and streets, transport into this location is plentiful with the four corners of the area being equipped with tube stations. Piccadilly Circus and Tottenham Court Road Tube stations are only a 5-6 minute walk out of the centre of Soho and Oxford Circus and Leicester Square are also only a 7-8 minute walk. This means there is easy access to the Bakerloo, Piccadilly, Central, Northern and Victoria lines from Soho. Similarly to this location needing great transport links, it also demands high quality hotels. An ideal location for business partners and clients to visit and to stay, they will have a choice of three and four star hotels all with their own unique interiors and themes. The Sanctum Soho Hotel is a beautiful boutique lodging providing sophisticated and stylish rooms whilst maintaining the highest comfort and luxury. Ideally situated in the heart of the West End these ex combined Georgian townhouses provide a sumptuous place to lay your head after an effervescent night on the town.

More on Location

There is plenty to see around all the serviced offices in Soho as you walk around its animated streets. Leicester Square for example is the epicentre of British cinema and all major European premiers happen here. There are some of London’s largest and most prestigious cinema complexes within this area which host regular premiers and award ceremonies for some of films most famous faces. Bronze casts of actors’ hand imprints can also be admired within Leicester Square with the likes of Tom Cruise, Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone having left their mark here. If it is a different kind of culture that interests you, why not head down to Chinatown and experience an authentic East Asian environment. This community within the city provides you with the opportunity to eat like a local with a real taste of East Asia in London. However, it is not just oriental food provided down in Chinatown with stores such as bakeries, bars and even reflexology, alongside souvenir shops, health clinics, barbers and travel agents, this unique setting really does have everything. However, if you want to be in amongst the buzz of tourists and share in their enthusiasm for Soho’s landmarks, then Piccadilly Circus is where you need to head. This is the perfect location to take a break from the working day and watch the world go by in one of London’s busiest squares. It is the home of the iconic advertising hoarding and the infamous statue of Eros, erected in 1892 to commemorate the philanthropic works of Lord Shaftesbury.

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Soho Background and Landmarks

At the heart of everything kooky within Soho is Ripley’s Believe it or Not! museum. This amazing place showcases artwork such as a Tower Bridge assembled out of matchsticks, a Michelle Obama portrait made out of bottle tops and a wedding dress made out of toilet paper. The attraction also houses a mirror maze, a LaseRase in which you must avoid being attacked by laser beams and a black hole walk through so if your business requires you to be fun, creative and to think outside of the box, this may be the perfect location for some inspiration as well as some entertainment. Or for entertainment more traditional to London’s West End, you may want to visit one of the areas many beautiful theatres. Some of the oldest theatres in The West End such as Prince Edward Theatre and Prince of Wales Theatre sit charmingly within Soho along with the London Palladium which showcases stunning architecture in a 2,286-seat Grade II listed building and amazing spectacles renowned for variety shows and musicals.

Rich in bars, shops and nightlife, today’s Soho has been developed through numerous and radical changes from its beginnings. Starting out as farmland, Leicester Square did not see its first building until post 1666 when the Earl of Leicester built a mansion on the grounds. Subsequently the rich and esteemed used the surrounding area as a shooting ground, developing the name ‘Soho’ from the hunting cry ‘Soohoo’. From there it grew and grew; the wealthiest residents moved out, preferring to reside in Mayfair, and artists, writers, bohemians and immigrants moved in, paving the way for the culture and art synonymous with today’s Soho.

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