Holborn is located within central London, between the bustling, vibrant West End and the historic, commercial City of London. High Holborn is the area’s main street, between St. Giles’s High Street and Gray’s Inn Road. The area is home to a number of luxury hotels, upmarket restaurants and bars, as well as thriving businesses. Holborn is less of a tourist hub than other central London locations, which makes it an ideal business location for any company, as there are plenty of options for client entertainment, without having to deal with the hustle and bustle of sightseers. Nearby, however, there are many sights and places of interest, including the Courtauld Institute Gallery, Middle Temple Hall and the Hunterian Museum, to name a few.
Setting up your business here
Holborn is home to various types of business, as well as educational institutions. High Holborn is one of the key commercial streets in the area, in which various companies can be found, including advertising agencies, finance giants, investment firms, marketing agencies, insurance providers, and more. Some of the companies that currently have offices in the Holborn area are Brook Street Bureau PLC, A S Recruitment Ltd, Ambition and Circle Square Talent.
A typical office in Holborn
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Things to do in Holborn
Whilst Holborn is not a major tourist hub, there will never be a shortage of entertainment. The British Museum is located between Holborn and Tottenham Court Road tube stations, and Bloomsbury Square is a garden, just across from Holborn – ideal for a lunchtime stroll. Situated on the border of the West End, the area enjoys easy and convenient access to a wide variety of theatres, including the Aldwych Theatre and the Theatre Royal, for an evening of comedy, musical theatre or even burlesque. Dining options in Holborn include Ciao Bella, for hearty Italian food, or head to the various pubs on offer for food and drinks, such as Cittie of Yorkee on High Holborn, the Bleeding Heart Tavern on Greville Street, Rugby Tavern on Great James Street, and Ye Old Mitre on Ely Place.
- Tube lines: Piccadilly, Central, Northern lines
- Mainline stations: Holborn, Tottenham Court Road, Chancery Lane
- Nearest motorways: M25, A40, A4
- Nearest airports: City, Heathrow, Gatwick
- Other: Various bus routes; to East, Central, North and South London, London Cycle Hire Scheme