Hyde Park Offices & Serviced Office Space to Rent

Hyde Park is the largest of the Royal Parks of London and is surrounded by some of London’s most prestigious, luxury addresses including Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park and Green Park. Home to high net worth businesses, there is a mix of converted period offices and modern office suites to rent in dedicated business centres. A highly affluent area, Hyde Park is home to exclusive fashion boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops and tourist attractions.

Sloane Avenue, Chelsea, SW3
(15 min walk from Hyde Park)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 3 to 95 people/150 sq ft to 9,500 sq ft
  • Icon: Tube Station South Kensington (5 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Sloane Square (7 min walk)

Property boasting high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows offers brand-new boutique, luxury office suites in a prestigious location. Services include a helpful staffed reception, IT support and dry cleaning.

Wimpole Street, Marylebone, W1G
(15 min walk from Hyde Park)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 65 people/100 sq ft to 4,500 sq ft
  • Icon: Tube Station Bond Street (2 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Oxford Circus (4 min walk)

Victorian city-centre property boasts professional workspaces and meeting rooms with modern, designer interiors. Perks include private booths, showers, an event space, bike storage, lounges and a rooftop garden.

Baker Street, London, W1U
(15 min walk from Hyde Park)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 4 to 120 people/500 sq ft to 10,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Tube Station Baker Street (2 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Marylebone (5 min walk)

Boutique period building in a central London postcode provides professional unbranded workspaces on all-inclusive, flexible contracts. The property benefits from air conditioning, a boardroom, VPN and 24-hour entryphone access.

Dover Street, Mayfair, W1S
(15 min walk from Hyde Park)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 1 to 40 people/100 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Tube Station Green Park (2 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Piccadilly Circus (6 min walk)

Contemporary property in a prestigious central location offers luxury, design-led interiors and an outdoor space. Air-conditioned offices benefit from IT support, a breakout space, telecoms and a concierge service.

Bickenhall Street, Marylebone, W1U
(15 min walk from Hyde Park)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 3 to 100 people/300 sq ft to 10,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Tube Station Baker Street (2 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Marylebone (3 min walk)

A newly refurbished business centre with modern design and high-quality finish. Benefits from super-fast internet, meeting room facilities, manned reception and fully stocked kitchens. Provides showers, bike racks and daily cleaning.

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About Hyde Park

Set in the heart of London, Hyde Park is the largest of the four Royal Parks in London, featuring 350 acres of green space and lakes. Just a few moments spent here will have anyone forgetting they are in the heart of one of the world’s busiest cities. The stunning Victorian architecture blends perfectly with the boutique stores and cafés in Connaught Village and Westbourne Grove, with a classic London feel. And of course, the park itself is a thriving hub of outdoor activity throughout the year.


This area is well-known for events and concerts, but is also home to various other industries including restaurants, retail and consulting firms. Close by in Marylebone also brings Harley Street and Wigmore Street which are famous for their respective health care centres. Key landmarks in this area include various memorials such as the Princess Diana memorial fountain and the Albert Memorial, as well as Speaker’s Corner, Serpentine Lake and Wigmore Hall, in addition to the eponymous park itself.


Hyde Park is the ideal office location for businesses in any sector, as it delivers a prestigious postcode while also providing fantastic nearby amenities and transport links to the rest of the city. The buildings here offer an impressive first impression for clients and prospective employees alike, with great facilities and views, making it a truly great place to work and grow a business.


Hyde Park Office Space

Offices in the Hyde Park area are all about grandeur, elegance and style, as the buildings they are housed in are often in keeping with theperiod properties of the area. From the impressive architecture of modern developments in Mayfair to the classic prestige of Knightsbridge, these offices are just a short walk from Hyde Park itself and boast wonderful facilities for any business.


Whether a company needs monthly rentals or a long-term lease, there are offices in Hyde Park to accommodate the individual needs of the company. Most premises in this area accommodate teams of up to 60 people, but there are opportunities for expanding businesses to take advantage of much larger spaces, overlooking brilliant locations in the city for a truly inspiring place to work each day.


While parking in London is notoriously difficult, there are several areas close by that make the process less of a hassle. London car park on Porchester Terrace North and the Mayfair car park are within easy reach, as is the Q-Park on Park Lane which is the most convenient but fills up fast.


Nearby Areas

Hyde Park enjoys a central location, surrounded by many of London’s most popular destinations. It is framed by Bayswater, Paddington, Marylebone and Mayfair, with Kensington just a stone’s throw away to the south. Oxford Street, Edgware Road and Kensington Gardens all neighbour this part of London, allowing for easy access to many of the city’s most famous spots.


Transport Connections

The area is serviced by the Bakerloo, Metropolitan, Jubilee, Circle, Hammersmith & City and the Central Underground lines, so travelling from the office to anywhere around the city is quick and easy. Paddington mainline station also connects Hyde Park with the rest of south-west England and connections for further afield. Taxis are plentiful in this area, and the Heathrow Express from Paddington Station will have you at the airport in under half an hour. The roads around Paddington Station offer various bus routes, including the 36 which heads towards Queens Park and New Cross, and the 23 which takes you to Westbourne Park and Liverpool Street. Many of the buses in this area operate on a 24-hour basis for added convenience. There is also access to the M40 and M1 for north and west-bound journeys – Bayswater Road connects Notting Hill to the West End and Oxford Street too.


Food and Leisure

Office workers couldn’t be more spoiled for choice in terms of places to eat, drink and be entertained than Hyde Park. From five-star establishments to cosy independent delis and coffee shops, this portion of London has it all at its fingertips. There’s the Pilgrm for coffee and breakfast snacks or chain coffee shops like Costa and Starbucks close by that are great for grabbing a quick beverage in the mornings before work or with colleagues on lunch. If you want to grab something to eat on your lunchbreak, there are numerous restaurants and delis within walking distance, as well as supermarkets for picking up essentials. For staff looking to spend their lunchbreaks learning something new, there are countless memorials in the area as well as vast green spaces to wander in and enjoy in the summertime. And of course, after work, the rest of London is accessible in just moments via the Tube for even more choice or bars, pubs and cultural attractions.

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