Hanover Square, Central London
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Located in the exclusive and affluent Mayfair district of London, Hanover Square began life as a desirable residential area developed by the 1st Earl of Scarborough, Richard Lumley, in the early 1700s. While the square was lined with luxury residential properties in the 18th century, it has now become a commercial hub and serves as a base for a variety of businesses, including Vogue magazine. A huge variety of attractions and points of interest lie within a stone’s throw of Hanover Square, including the Handel House Museum, Liberty of London, the Royal Institute of Great Britain, and a range of galleries for art lovers to explore.
Hanover Square is gaining a reputation as a prestigious commercial hub, with serviced office space being taken by a variety of businesses, many of which are well known globally. Fashion magazine Vogue, has its London offices on Hanover Square alongside the global headquarters of Stephen Smart & Co, the British headquarters of Expect Solutions and Odgers Berndtson, as well as the NVA Consultancy.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Plenty of exciting entertainment lies within easy reach of Hanover Square, so you will find plenty of options right on the doorstep. Just a few minutes away from the square you will find the excellent London Palladium. Classical music, jazz and live comedy can all be enjoyed at venues within a short walk from Hanover Square. The wonderful variety of nearby restaurants means that you will always find dishes to suit your tastes, preferences and mood. The culinary delights of Japanese, American and Italian cuisines are all within easy reach. You can enjoy traditional British food at Hibiscus, a light bite at Pret A Manger, or exotic Thai food at Thai Square.
The area is well served in terms of transport, with Oxford Circus and Bond Street tube stations both just a short walk away. You can also easily reach mainline services at either Charing Cross or Marylebone railway station. If you plan to drive here, you will benefit from a choice of secure car parking facilities in the area. If you are not driving, you will be able to take advantage of the reliable bus and taxi services that frequent the area.