Covent Garden Guide
If you are searching for an office that is full of beauty and personality, then try starting your search in Covent Garden. On the fringe of the West End, Covent Garden has the best of both worlds, quirky boutique shops and elegant architectural designs. This bustling tourist attraction is full of culture and would make the gorgeous location for a variety of business types.
Covent Garden is centrally located and is surrounded by an abundance of transport links. The neighbouring areas include Leicester square, St Giles, Trafalgar square, The Strand, Bloomsbury, Holborn, Lincoln's Inn Fields and Temple.
Covent Garden Station is serviced by the Piccadilly Line, situated on the corner of Long Acre and James Street; the station itself was first opened to the public all the way back in 1907.
Nearby stations to Covent Garden include, Leicester Square tube station, Charing Cross tube station, Charing Cross railway station, and Holborn tube station.
Because of its small, heavily cobbled streets, there is only one bus route that travels through Covent Garden. The RV1 uses Catherine Street as terminal, east of Covent Garden Square. Even though there aren’t many services that travel directly through Covent Garden, there are 30 routes that pass close by, mainly on the Strand or on Kingsway.
The diagram below showcases comparisons from other serviced offices from neighbouring areas. Please see our chart to gauge other rates dependent on prices per person, per month.
|Area||Indicative price range|
|Covent Garden||£500 – 900|
|Piccadilly Circus||£650 – 980|
|Holborn||£650 – 950|
|Trafalgar Square||£650 – 950|
Why choose an office space in Covent Garden
Covent Garden is a location that is extremely beneficial to a variety of businesses, including recruitment agencies, television companies, fashion houses and accountancy firms. Because of its centralised location, it creates easy access for any future clients and leaves employees to enjoy their lunch breaks around Soho, the City of London, the River Thames and Trafalgar Square. One of the many benefits to working within Covent Garden is its host of theatres, museums and Opera houses, littering its location, including the Royal Opera house, Adelphi Theatre, The London Film Museum, the London Transport Museum, Vaudeville theatre, Duchess Theatre, Novello Theatre, Savoy Theatre, the list goes on. Over 80 restaurants engulf Covent Garden, including the prestigious Ivy. If you would like to impress potential clients then why not take them to the Ivy for a post theatre meal, allowing your clients to see the benefits of visiting Covent Garden.
Take a look at surrounding areas
Covent Garden has so much to offer, but travelling to nearby locations can open up a wealth of new experiences, why not try visiting Soho and Trafalgar Square.
This budding entertainment district boasts a range of theatres to suit anyone’s tastes, including the Soho Theatre, Prince Edward Theatre, Gielgud Theatre, London Palladium and the Palace Theatre. The most fascinating thing about the West End is that you will never be stuck for choice. Soho is best known for its array of fine restaurants but if you really want to enjoy the area, then visit Michelin starred restaurant Yauatcha. This informal dining dim sum teahouse resides in central Soho, preparing modern authentic dim sum, in contemporary interpretation of an old Chinese teahouse.
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