Regents Park, Central London
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Area Guide Regents Park
Regentís Park is situated in both the City of Westminster and in the London Borough of Camden. As the name suggests, Regentís Park comprises a vast green area, in the shape of an Inner and Outer Circle.
The parkís royal history originated when Henry VIII appropriated the land and turned it into a hunting ground. To this day the park remains Crown property and it is widely known as one of the Royal Parks of London.
The area is commonly seen as a leisure hub, teeming with some of the cityís most famous attractions which can be incredibly useful for client interaction.
Setting up your business here
Thereís a lot of prestige ingrained in Regentís Park, which partly stems from its royal background and the scenic nature of the location. On that note, the idea of having serviced office space next to such a picturesque location is a refreshing change from the typical city settings, which is also bound to make a great impression. Kingís Cross, Camden Town and Maida Vale stations are nearby making it very well connected transport-wise.
Culture and Entertainment
The park itself is one of the areaís main sources of inspiration, hence, there are plenty of outdoor attractions to take advantage of like the Queen Mary's Gardens , lake boating facilities and the ZSL London ZooÖto name a few. The 100-acre sports field is another amazing feature which can be the perfect space for team-building activities.
For some culture, head to the Open Air Theatre where you can enjoy well-known plays and other shows. The theatreís set-up lives up to its name by blending in with the rest of the park, creating a charming and unique experience for the audience.
Alternatively, you can peruse Marylebone Road and opt for art exhibitions at the Ambika P3 Gallery, or find entertainment at the iconic attraction, Madame Tussauds.
There are plenty of eateries established inside the park, such as the Taste of London and The Regent's at the Inner Circle.
A Gordon Ramsay restaurant, York & Albany can also be found in the Parkway area. The venue draws those that take the dining experience rather seriously, by serving British bistro-style dishes that taste as amazing as they look.
Other eateries include the inviting, warmly-lit, Iberica Marylebone on Great Portland Street. The venueís specialty is tapas, which is ideal for both groups and client lunches.
Phoenix Palace on Glentworth Street is another well-reviewed restaurant in the neighbourhood, praised for its traditional Chinese cuisine served in an equally traditional and highly detailed interior. This is a good choice for special occasions due to its lively ambience.
- Underground Stations: Regent's Park, Baker Street, Great Portland Street
- Tube lines: Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan
- Mainline stations: Camden Road, Marylebone, Euston
- Nearest airports: Heathrow (47 min), Gatwick (57 min), Luton (1 hr 16 min)
- Nearest motorways: M1, M4