About Park Lane
Park Lane lies in the heartlands of London’s high society and is certainly among the more elegant and sophisticated areas of the city. The road itself is a major route running along the eastern fringes of Hyde Park in the City of Westminster in central London. The area has a reputation as being home to particularly fashionable individuals, largely thanks to the series of incredible mansions and exclusive hotels that line the route. A number of Park Lane’s best known hotels, like The Dorchester and Grosvenor House, are now world famous and welcome hundreds of dignitaries every year. The road and the hotels benefit from overlooking Hyde Park, which is largest and one of the most popular open areas to be found anywhere in Greater London.
Setting up your business here
There are Tube stations at both ends of Park Lane, with Marble Arch to the north and Hyde Park Corner in the south. Immediately behind the lane itself lies Mayfair, one of the more exclusive residential, commercial and office space areas in England and the world. Offices on Park Lane include those of the Guild of Professional Estate Agents, property investors Fenton Whelan and Pamplona Capital Management. A number of London’s most significant commercial areas, including St James’s, Oxford Street, the City of London and Marylebone are all within easy reach of Park Lane and its surrounds.
A typical office in Park Lane
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Park Lane
From Park Lane, London is your oyster. You can wander to Hyde Park, or arrive at Green Park and St James’s Park easily and conveniently. Buckingham Palace and the West End theatre district are all close by, as are the many attraction of South Kensington, which include the Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Albert Hall. Meanwhile in neighbouring Mayfair, you will never need to walk far to find a stylish bar or restaurant, an art gallery or an exclusive shopping outlet. In terms of eateries, favourites in the area include Richoux on Adam’s Row, the JW Steakhouse and Corrigan’s of Mayfair, which are on Park Lane and Upper Grosvenor Street respectively. For great places to grab a drink try Connaght Bar on Mount Street or the Coach & Houses on Hill Street.
- Tube lines: Piccadilly, Central
- Mainline stations: Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, Bond Street
- Nearest motorways: M25, A40
- Nearest airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, City, Stansted
- Other: Taxis and buses readily available