About Berkeley Square
Situated in the West End of London, just East of Hyde Park, Berkley Square is an affluent area that is now dominated by luxury office space and impressive retail establishments; many of which have excellent views over Berkley Square and its surrounding buildings designed by notable architects, such as Robert Adam. Once home to influential individuals including William Churchill and George Canning, Berkley Square now boasts one of London’s most exclusive private member’s clubs, Morton’s Club and the excellent choice of restaurants and specialist shops make it a thriving commercial area.
Setting up your business here
Berkley Square is located in the prosperous district of Mayfair where you will be able to find a variety of high end eateries as well as exclusive shopping. Networking opportunities are extensive as this area is also home to a number of executive office spaces, many of which are currently in use by major corporations, embassies and real estate and hedge fund companies including Carlyle Group and Thames River Capital. In close proximity to a number of tube stations and bus routes, this convenient location makes it easy to travel in and around the City with ease and it is also one of the most popular locations for Elektrobay charging points.
A typical office in Berkeley Square
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Berkeley Square
The exclusive Berkley Square is a desirable commercial area that is home to a variety of modern and traditional restaurants and bars, perfect for entertaining clients and socialising after work. Restaurants such as Benares on Berkley Square – a Michelin Star establishment that serves an excellent array of Indian cuisine with a British twist as well as a very popular vegetarian menu- and Arbutus on Frith Street – A modern restaurant with a cosmopolitan feel, offering a diverse menu of delicious and exciting meals- are close by and excellent for entertaining. If you are hoping for a relaxing drink after work then head down to Babble Mayfair on Berkley Square or The Punch Bowl on Farm Street. Both have their own unique atmosphere and serve a mixture of fine whiskeys, a stunning array of wines and thirst quenching cocktails. To burn off the stresses of your working day there is a Fitness First Health Club on Berkley Square as well as a variety of art galleries for you to enjoy, including Colnaghi Gallery on Old Bond Street and Alan Cristea Gallery on Cork Street.
- Tube lines: Piccadilly; Jubilee; Victoria; Central
- Mainline stations: Green Park Station; Bond Street Station
- Nearest motorways: M1; M4
- Nearest airports: City: Heathrow
- Other: Bus Route C2 travels through Berkley Square; 5 other routes close by at Green Park