The Mayfair area of London has always been a place with a very prestigious image. Conveniently placed in central London with excellent neighbours including Soho and Hyde Park, Mayfair is known as an exclusive place that is home to some of the wealthiest names in business and finance. Business and residential rents here are among the highest in London and the world.

Most notably as being the home to many world embassies, businesses wanting to do international trade choose to settle here because of its closeness to other key commercial areas of the city. Mayfair is also the destination for tourists seeking high-end retail and dining opportunities.

A great place to impress business clients, Mayfair has a lot of well-known landmarks, including Berkeley Square and Green Park as well as top hotels The Ritz and The Dorchester. Mayfair has a long association with notable figures throughout history, as denoted by the many ‘blue-plaques’ gracing buildings in the area.

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Serviced offices in Mayfair

Hanover Square and Grosvenor Square hold some of the most desirable serviced office properties, which can be found around the perimeter of these popular garden squares.

Many of the Georgian houses found here have been tastefully converted to private offices and fully serviced offices for some of the leading business names in the world, so having your office based here will mean rubbing shoulders with small start-ups as well as major corporate headquarters.

As one of London’s most sought after locations sitting at the east edge of Hyde Park within in the City of Westminster, having an office based here will give your business the wow-factor. Right on your doorstep are many iconic places, such as the Royal Academy of Arts, Grosvenor House Hotel, and Claridge’s.

Mayfair’s over-abundance of handsome Georgian and Victorian architecture has made it a prime location for both wealthy residents and affluent businesses. Three of London’s greatest and most beautiful parks are here – St James’s Park, Green Park and Hyde Park.  

Local amenities

Your office workers will be spoilt for choice with streets dripping with designers shops, bars restaurants and art galleries. Famous local streets include Old Bond Street, New Bond Street, Conduit Street and Savile Row, internationally known for its quality hand made suits.

As well as it’s famous luxury hotels, Mayfair is home to some of London’s most exclusive members’ clubs, private residences, high-end restaurants and retail stores.

Burlington House is one of London’s most luxurious shopping areas and is a magnet for wealthy shoppers in need of exquisite designer fashion and expensive jewellery. Office workers can sip on coffee and people watch to their heart’s content, and maybe do a bit of celebrity spotting too on their lunch breaks.

Transport Links

Just on the outskirts of Mayfair, you will find several underground stations, including Marble Arch for the Central line, Bond Street for the Jubilee and Central lines, Oxford Circus for the Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines, Piccadilly Circus for the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines, and Green Park for the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines. Local bus routes include: 2, 6, 7, 10, 13, 23, 30, 73, 74, 82, 94, 98, 137, 139, 159, 189, 274, 390.


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