Mayfair is an affluent area in central London, located by the east edge of Hyde Park and bordered on the west by Park Lane. While there are still a number of residential properties, Mayfair is mainly commercial, with many former homes having been converted into offices for many types of business, including major corporate headquarters, the United States embassy, the Canadian High Commission, hedge funds and real estate businesses. Mayfair is perhaps the most well-known district within London’s W1 postcode; from its five-star, luxury hotels and designer retailers to fine dining restaurants and private members’ clubs, as well as its squares and historical estates – this is an ideal central London location for any business.
Setting up your business here
Mayfair is home to a growing variety of businesses, and has all the amenities necessary for entertaining clients, from exclusive hotels, designer stores and clothing retailers, to fine restaurants and swanky clubs. In recent years, it has become popular with financial corporations, estate agencies, and foreign embassies, and there is no doubt that Mayfair and its historical estates, including Grosvenor Square, Hanover Square and Berkeley Square, all make for a prestigious business address.
A typical office in Mayfair
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Mayfair
Mayfair enjoys close proximity to both Oxford Street and Regent Street, as well as one of London’s most luxurious shopping areas – the Burlington Arcade. The area is well-known for the Grosvenor House Hotel, Claridge’s and The Dorchester; for luxury hotel stays or for client lunches and dinners. Other types of entertainment include classical music performances at Wigmore Hall, while the many theatres, jazz clubs, and cinemas are also easily accessible. There is also plenty of opportunity for fine dining, including the upmarket Caviar House and Prunier located in Piccadilly, or Babbo on Albemarle Street, for fine Italian cuisine, while Wilton’s offers some excellent dishes for seafood aficionados. Mayfair also offers easy access to many of London’s historical and cultural sites and attractions, including the Colnaghi Gallery, Apsley House, Wellington Arch and the Handel House Museum, as well as the beautiful local parks, including Hyde Park.
- Tube lines: Central, Jubilee, Victoria, Piccadilly lines
- Mainline stations: Marble Arch, Bond Street, Green Park, Hyde Park Corner
- Nearest motorways: M25
- Nearest airports: City, Heathrow, Gatwick
- Other: Various bus routes; to Central, North, East, South and West London