Welbeck Street is located in the Marylebone area of the City of Westminster in central London. It falls under the prestigious West End district of the city. The street is famous for housing the headquarters and main offices of the British Broadcasting Company (BBC). Due to the presence of such notable institutions in the area, serviced offices and executive suites are always in demand. The area also boasts popular London attractions such as the Wallace Collection art gallery and Brown Hart Gardens. Its proximity to Oxford Street, arguably London’s busiest street, makes it a beehive of activity in terms of sightseeing and shopping.
Welbeck Street has historically been associated with the medical industry and that continues to be the case even today. The London Welbeck Hospital and the British Institute of Radiology are situated in the vicinity. Numerous leading physicians in London also occupy office space on the street, bringing in thousands of patients to the area each year. Other businesses such as intellectual property consulting companies, commodity firms, and holding companies also have a presence here.
Entertainment And Dining Out
If classical music is your scene, you will thoroughly enjoy the time spent at Wigmore Hall. Cinema lovers can head to The Screen on Baker Street, where you can watch back-to-back showings of the latest international releases. The Beehive pub, true to its name, is a whirl of activity that is sure to keep you in good spirits all night. When it’s time to eat, you can make your way to one of several restaurants in the locality. Paul Rothe & Son serves great fast food with a difference, whereas Ask Pizza offers some great Italian fare at affordable prices.
Bond Street tube station is the closest on the underground network, with access to the Jubilee and Central lines. Oxford Circus and Marble Arch tube stations are within easy walking distance, providing connectivity to the Victoria and Bakerloo lines. Mainline railway services can be accessed from Marylebone and Euston railway stations.