Henrietta Street can be found in the borough of Camden in the City of Westminster. It is positioned in an area that is steeped in history and has plenty of amenities, facilities and attractions on the doorstep, meaning that it sees plenty of human traffic. The street is in a prestigious central location and is within easy reach of a number of sights and attractions, which include the Royal Opera House, St Paul’s Cathedral, Covent Garden, the London Transport Museum, the London Film Museum and the National Gallery to name but a few.
The types of businesses that hold office space on Henrietta Street are diverse and varied. A number of publishers can be found on the street as well as a collection of recruitment agencies. You will also find businesses such as modelling agencies, accountants, travel agents, financial service providers, theatrical agents, and solicitors. Generation C Ltd, Energy Marketing Group Ltd, Sweet Ingredients Ltd and Incisive Services Ltd are just a few examples of businesses with offices in this area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
A huge array of theatres awaits the culture vulture, including the Royal Opera House, the Savoy Theatre, and the London Coliseum. If you prefer an evening of comedy you can head to the 99 Club or the Comedy Store. You will also find many music venues offering everything from live classical to lively jazz a well as a variety of cinemas where you can catch all the latest blockbusters. For traditional British dishes, head to the oldest restaurant in London, Rules, which dates back to 1798. Pop into Fire and Stone for an authentic Italian dining experience or enjoy a taste of the Mediterranean at Bistro 1. You will be spoilt for choice with the range of British and international restaurants, delis, brasseries and cafes that are in the immediate vicinity of Henrietta Street.
You will find excellent transport links and connections in and around Henrietta Street that make getting around extremely convenient. Covent Garden and Leicester Square tube stations proved links to multiple underground lines. Charing Cross railway station is nearby, making it easy to access mainline services, for those heading out of London, to other UK towns and cities. A number of secure parking facilities are within easy reach for those who drive. Henrietta Street also offers easy access to public buses, and of course London’s famous black cabs can be hailed day or night.