Serviced Offices from £700 pp pm
Offering stylish workspaces, 7-8 Henrietta Street provides you with a luxurious boutique feel and modern offices close to superb West End amenities. Approximately 12,000 square feet of premium office accommodation are found at these two interconnected eighteenth-century townhouses. The Victorian properties are filled with original features, including decorative plaster mouldings and magnificent chandeliers. High ceilings and large sash windows create bright and spacious work environments for up to 250 people. There are also a pair of courtyards for you to work, meet and relax away from your desk. These Grade II listed period buildings boast furnished and unbranded offices, giving you the ability to customise your space. Each office is available with simple licence agreements and transparent pricing. Air conditioned offices are connected to state-of-the-art IT and telecommunications, including fibre-optic broadband. Along with comfortable breakout areas, there are fully-equipped meeting rooms to host pitches, interviews, presentations, board meetings and other discussions. Meeting rooms with modern audiovisual equipment accommodate between two and 16 people.
Offices at this West End property are steps from world famous Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House. Trafalgar Square, historic theatres and cinemas, and the National Gallery are all nearby. Numerous restaurants and bars in and around Covent Garden’s historic piazza are at this property’s doorstep, providing you with lively venues for lunch, casual meetings or gatherings after work. The bustling area is also renowned for its shopping with a mix of independent and high street shops, including along Long Acre. Convent Garden station on the Underground’s Piccadilly line is only a three-minute walk north of these offices. Leicester Square station on the Northern and Piccadilly lines and Charing Cross station on the Bakerloo and Northern lines are also a short walk away. Mainline trains are available from Charing Cross, one of Central London’s major commuter hubs.