Local Insight & Information About Mayfair
Mayfair is an exclusive and prestigious location. There is nothing less than grade A serviced offices in Mayfair within the traditional period conversions which are becoming ever more precious as time goes on. With the class and status that Mayfair holds wishing to be protected, the region is restricted in the construction of new Mayfair office space developments; our office spaces (such as that on Hill Street and Davies Street, for example), are Grade 1 listed buildings.
Key Transport Links in Mayfair
Transport to any serviced office in Mayfair is very convenient, and with so many elite businesses in the area, developments are constant; most recent being the work done to create a cross rail at Bond Street station. Plans aim to lash journey times to the West and East of London and will offer fantastic access to Heathrow Airport in less than 20 minutes (suitable for international clients), with one of the ticket offices being located on Hannover Square. Green Park, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Marble Arch tube stations are all within a 5-10 minute walk from the Mayfair area which provides easy access to the Central, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria Lines. This hub of key transport options makes any serviced office to rent in Mayfair convenient and accessible.
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The streets and squares surrounding all the Mayfair offices are where some of London’s most famous hotels and Michelin star restaurants can be found. Piccadilly is home to the world-renowned Ritz Hotel whilst just to the left of Grosvenor Square Gardens is the luscious Grosvenor House. Along the way down Berkeley Street sits Nobu Japanese restaurant famous due to its high celebrity following as well as Hakkasan off Burton Street, providing centuries-old Cantonese recipes and innovative cocktail creations. These outstanding amenities are very popular with foreign industry associates wanting to experience the heights of London whilst here on business.
Members clubs such as The Lansdowne, also add to the prestige synonymous with Mayfair. The club’s building itself is architecturally stunning, leaving no question as to its practice to passers-by, and being nearly 250 years old this significant club is rich in history and culture. In contrast to this version of Mayfair, Shepherd Market is a charming small square providing traditional and historical scenes of London and is home to a great variety of boutique shops, restaurants and Victorian style pubs around a succession of pleasant little alleyways. There isn’t an alcove which hasn’t been claimed by a sandwich shop or a barber, a newsagents or a luxury clothing store. The diverse amenities that can be found here make it able to offer something for all tastes as well as providing for those whose budgets won’t quite stretch to the most luxurious Mayfair eateries.
Mayfair’s parks and squares are all unique and important to Mayfair’s reputation; several being close to at least one of around 12 Embassies which can be found in the area. Grosvenor Square has had strong connections with America since the 1930s and hence in 1938 The American Embassy was established at 1 Grosvenor Square. 10 years later, a memorial to President Roosevelt was erected in the centre of the gardens. Berkeley Square, whilst maintaining original and historical in landscape with some of the oldest plane trees in Mayfair planted by a resident in 1789, the grand and historical buildings are now entirely occupied by high-status offices, clubs and other amenities for the very wealthy.