Why Rent a Serviced Office in Marylebone?
In many ways Marylebone looks as if time has stood still. Built largely by the old estates, Marylebone is mostly period in style with some new buildings in the mix. All in all it’s a very pleasant and tidy environment. Whilst Marylebone is comprised substantially of residential and retail space, a fair amount of commercial property has also been developed. As a result the amount of available office space to rent has increased without compromising a wonderful work environment.
Compared to London’s serviced office market overall, Marylebone rent is in the top half, whilst being a bit cheaper – and generally quieter – than the core West End. Despite that, it’s still only a short walk from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street. Transport links are good. There are a handful of tube connections – including Baker Street station – with Marylebone Station providing national rail and tube. In short, there are plenty of excellent reasons to begin your office search in Marylebone.
What does a Marylebone business centre offer?
For businesses looking for serviced offices, Marylebone offers an expanding array of fully furnished options, in both both period and new office buildings. A typical Marylebone business centre will include traditional, private office suites for established companies alongside shared office space – hot desking and coworking space in open plan – for freelancers, start ups and entrepreneurs. Serviced offices of all types are available on a month-to-month basis, with rent calculated per workstation (not per square foot). This type of highly flexible workspace is perfect for a dynamic growing business. You can quickly and easily rent office space with minimal exposure to risk.
Crucially, serviced office licences include standard business facilities – telecom and high speed broadband internet for example – along with the rent in a single monthly bill. Usefully, most business centres also offer conference rooms and flexible meeting room hire by the hour.
Finally, if you’re simply looking to rent a Marylebone business address without the physical desk space, you can opt for virtual office services, with mail handling and telephone call answering.
Occupiers renting office space in Marylebone are diverse. Predominant businesses are from the property, professional, media, fashion and finance sectors.
There is plenty of choice, when it comes to eating out in Marylebone. As well as the renowned Chiltern Firehouse, you’ll also find Getti, Orrery and Dinings amongst a range of independent restaurants of all cuisines.
Home Grown – an exclusive members’ club for high-growth entrepreneurs – offers “space for like-minded people to network, entertain and grow in beautiful surroundings”.
For more information, please see our location guide for office space in Marylebone.
Marylebone Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Serviced offices provide an all-inclusive fully furnished solution with telecoms, internet and power and business rates all included in the monthly rent. Office rental rates exclude VAT.
Compare serviced office rent in Marylebone to rent other Central London locations.
Serviced Offices in Central London
For more general information about flexible office space, please see our Serviced Offices in London guide.
We also have location guides for serviced offices in other central London locations:
Available Serviced Offices in Marylebone
Portman Street, Marylebone, London W1CServiced Office
Situated in the heart of London's West End, this outstanding property has undergone an extensive refurbishment to provide contemporary flexible office accommodation of the highest specification.from: £650 per person per month
Cavendish Square, Marylebone, London W1GServiced Office Meeting Rooms
In Marylebone, this listed Georgian building has been transformed internally, to create modern, high specification serviced offices.from: £1000 per person per month
Baker Street, Marylebone, London W1UServiced Office Meeting Rooms
This stunning business centre occupies a distinctive historic building in a prominent location in the heart of Baker Street, the fictional address for Sherlock Holmes.from: £600 per person per month
Stratford Place,, Marylebone, London W1CServiced Office
This building offers beautiful creative style serviced office space with high ceilings and huge windows leading to extremely bright and spacious office space, all fitted to the highest specification.from: £700 per person per month
Melcombe Place, Marylebone, London NW1Serviced Office
This stunning recently refurbished business centre offers fully furnished office space delivered to a Grade A specification throughout.from: £550 per person per month
6 Dorset Street, Marylebone, London W1UServiced Office
Based in a traditional Marylebone terrace, this period property offers a range of serviced office suites of a more intimate scale than many central London office blocks, and with a boutique feel.from: £500 per person per month
Wimpole Street, Marylebone, London W1GServiced Office Coworking Office Meeting Rooms
Perfectly positioned on Wimpole Street, this brand new serviced office occupies a building designed by James S.from: £800 per person per month
Weymouth Street, Marylebone, London W1DServiced Office
Weymouth Street is close to the junction of Great Portland Street, and is a typical example of early 1900's architecture.from: £450 per person per month
Old Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London NW1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
The building is situated close to both Paddington and Marylebone mainline and Edgware Road underground station, offering fast access to central London and Heathrow via the Paddington Express.from: £550 per person per month
Manchester Square, Marylebone, London W1UServiced Office Coworking Office
Once a Georgian house, this brick fronted property is in a Marylebone square.from: £600 per person per month
Map of Marylebone
St. John's Wood
Edgware Road (Bakerloo)
Edgware Road (Circle Line)
- Hammersmith and City
- Hammersmith and City
National Rail Stations
Bike Docking Stations
Lodge Road, St. John's Wood
St. John's Wood Church, The Regent's Park
Lord's, St. John's Wood
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