Piccadilly as an area takes its name from the arterial roadway that runs from Hyde Park Corner to Piccadilly Circus in the heart of London’s West End. It is within the City of Westminster and is home to an array of landmark commercial buildings and flagship retail outlets. The area is a Mecca for tourists and shoppers but it also boasts some of the most exclusive office space anywhere in London or the world. Areas bordering Piccadilly include St James’s to the south-west and Mayfair to the north. Nearby attractions include Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Green Park, Hyde Park and the West End theatre district.
Setting up your business here
Establishing an office space presence in Piccadilly puts a business in a very prominent and well-connected position within London and one of the world’s great commercial centres. Residents of the area include Fortnum & Mason, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and the Royal Academy of Arts. Piccadilly is also well known for having some of the most exclusive hotels in Europe like the Ritz and the InterContinental London. Getting to and from Piccadilly is generally easiest via Tube and the area is served by its own station and is in close proximity to several others. Nearby St James’s is home to a variety of powerhouse energy companies and solicitor firms, while many of the world’s largest retail brands are based in the area.
A typical office in Piccadilly
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Piccadilly
There can be few places in Europe or the world more vibrant at any given moment than Piccadilly Circus. The area is famous for its Statue of Eros monument and its position within the beating heart of commercial London. A short walk from the area lies the West End theatre district, which has all manner of shows running every night of the week and throughout the year. On a clear day, a visit to nearby Green Park or Hyde Park is a must, while in the evening there is no shortage of bars and eateries to suit every taste. Among the most popular restaurants are Jamie’s Italian, Piccadilly Spice and CARPO London, although there are literally dozens of excellent places to choose from in the area.
- Tube lines: Bakerloo, Piccadilly, Northern
- Mainline stations: London Charing Cross and Waterloo
- Nearest motorways: M25, A40, A4
- Nearest airports: Heathrow, City, Stansted, Gatwick
- Other: Buses and taxis very readily available