Euston is an area located in Central London and has transport link to locations such as the City of London’s financial district. What is fabulous about Euston is that it is now a part of the West Euston Partnership, a group that works together to improve services for the community. WEP was developed in 1992 to help create a more productive environment for residents and businesses.
Euston homes a selection of businesses, including marketing, law firms, recruitment companies, architectural firms, production companies and financial services.
Euston is located in Zone 1 in the heart of Central London. Surrounding areas of Euston include Kings Cross, Mornington Crescent, Warren Street, Regent’s Park and Russell Square.
Euston has exceptional transport links that allow you to travel in and around London freely. Euston has its own underground station that services the Northern line, Victoria line and the overground, there is also an underground station nearby named Euston Square, which services the Hammersmith & City line, Circle line and Metropolitan line.
Euston has its own National Rail Station that is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line and services the West Midlands, North West, North Wales and parts of Scotland. It’s most significant long-distance terminuses are Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow.
Surrounding stations include Mornington Crescent, Regent’s Park, Warren Street Russell Square, Kings Cross underground station and National Rail Station.
If you are in search of alternative modes of transport then there are a range of ways including Santander Bicycles and a selection of bus routes.
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|
|Euston||£500 – 850|
|Great Portland Street||£500 – 850|
|Russell Square||£650 – 980|
|Kings Cross||£500 – 900|
Why choose an office space in Euston
Euston is close to a host of attractions such as St Pancras, the British Library, the Wellcome Collection, Pollock’s Toy Museum and many more.
Euston is set within the amazing Central London, so you always have a wide variety of restaurants to visit with perspective clients. The Golden Arrow Bar and Restaurant, named after the famous train that ran between London and Paris caters for guests staying at the Pullman Hotel and to anyone who would like to taste their fine dining.
Their menu is quite eclectic, ranging from Spanish charcuterie plates, fish tartare with lime and capers, ballottine of salmon with spinach and herbs or risotto Milanese; why not finish off your meal with, the caramel pot or iced pistachio parfait.
Take a look at surrounding areas
Just around the corner from Euston resides Kings Cross, full of countless amenities and architectural wonders.
The area of Kings Cross is situated not too far away from Euston, but varies greatly. Kings Cross is most famous for Granary Square, London Canal Museum and the stunning British library.
Within St Pancras station resides Fortnum and Mason Tea Salon. This royalty endorsed tea room serves magnificent loose leaf teas, exquisite preserves and amazing goodies within their gift shop.
The Afternoon Tea includes scones, clotted cream, Victoria sponge and a fantastic selection of pastries and superb teas, including Jungpana Darjeeling a marvellous tea from a small Indian estate.
As well as offering Afternoon Tea Fortnum and Mason Tea Salon, this fine dining experience offers us a wide selection of English and French cuisine, including crumpets, coq au vin and fish pie.
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