Bayswater is one of London’s most cosmopolitan areas and a diverse population, with attractive streets, traditional architecture, garden squares lined with Victorian stucco terraces and mews houses, glass fronted apartments and art deco-inspired buildings. Once famous for having the highest concentration of hotels in London, many of the hotels in Bayswater have been converted into residential blocks and office premises.
Nearby attractions include Hyde Park, one of London’s most famous open spaces, Kensington Palace, the Lord’s cricket ground, Marble Arch and St Sophia’s Cathedral. Access to the West End is quick and easy, and the perfect place to browse some of the finest boutiques and speciality shops, unwind in one of the many bars, or take in a musical or two.
Serviced Offices Available in Bayswater
Queensway and Westbourne Grove are Bayswater’s busiest main streets featuring predominantly modern business centres offering a variety of serviced and furnished office space, private meeting rooms and coworking desks. Bayswater offers companies lower rental prices than they would find in nearby Hyde Park, Paddington, central London or Portobello Road.
Businesses renting office space in the area benefit from easy access to other areas of London via numerous transport links. Bayswater and Queensway rail stations link to Paddington and Lancaster Gate, giving direct access to Oxford Circus, Liverpool Street, Bank, St Paul’s and King’s Cross. Bus routes service the area well and route 94 takes you into central London on a regular basis.
Alongside modern business centres and converted period buildings containing serviced offices, Bayswater is home to an eclectic mix of restaurants including Brazilian restaurant Rodizio Preto, Hereford Road, and Pearl Liang, with its delightful bamboo and water features. There are also a number of cafes and coffee shops which are ideal for grabbing a quick bite at lunch time.