Why Rent a Serviced Office in Mayfair?
If you’re looking to rent flexible, serviced offices in Mayfair, it is probably because of who else is already there!
On the whole, the main occupiers are financial, hedge funds, investment and asset managers, high net worth individuals, property investors and developers, oil and gas industries, fine art, high end product companies and multinational corporate HQs.
If you need to be close to these types of companies, either for convenience or for the beneficial effect on your commercial enterprise’s image, then a serviced office in prestigious Mayfair is the answer.
Serviced office facilities in Mayfair
A Mayfair business centre will typically make the expected serviced office offer. Namely, flexible workspace available quickly on flexible terms – often on a month to month basis. You’ll also find the full range of serviced office space for rent in Mayfair. Maybe you’re freelancers or start ups looking for a coworking spaces in open plan. Or perhaps, you represent a more established business in need of executive suites in a prestigious location.
Whatever you’re looking for, Mayfair business centres will provide a typical suite of business support services – telecoms, high speed broadband internet – all included along with your rent in a single monthly bill. Additionally, meeting room hire, video conferencing will typically be available. If you’re purely interested in a posh business address, you can opt for virtual office services, including telephone answering and mail-forwarding.
Mayfair is undeniably a very desirable district, some say the very best. Naturally that reputation comes with a cost – for all types of property. Notably, for serviced offices, Mayfair – along with St James’s – has the highest office rent in London. However, the architecture is very high grade, whether the office buildings are heritage or state of the art. The transport links are also excellent.
The Mayfair Networking Club organise monthly cocktail evenings to encourage Mayfair businesses to develop business relationships. The Women in Business Network hold monthly meetings at Davy’s Wine Bar in St James’s.
Mayfair boasts an excellent array of restaurants ideal for entertaining clients. In particular, recommended eating destinations include The Wolseley, Galvin at Windows, Nobu at Berkeley Street, Goodman, Le Gavroche, Maze, Ormer, The Foyer at Claridge’s and The Promenade at The Dorchester.
For more information, please see our location guide for office space in Mayfair.
Mayfair 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 Mayfair 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 Mayfair
Dover Street, Mayfair, London W1SServiced Office Meeting Rooms
A modern and prestigious office development integrated into a listed streetscape right in the heart of glamorous Mayfair.from: £950 per person per month
Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1JServiced Office Meeting Rooms
This Mayfair property has a striking period stone facade, with elegant columns and ironwork.from: £1000 per person per month
Hanover Square, Mayfair, London W1SServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Flooded with natural light and located in much sought after Hanover Square, this Grade A Mayfair serviced office boasts a stunning, design-led interior design, providing an inspiring working environment comparable to a five star hotel.from: £850 per person per month
Brick Street, Mayfair, London W1JServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Drawing inspiration from the surrounding affluence of Mayfair, this world-class building in Brick Street is an exceptional opulent, yet classically understated, working environment.from: £750 per person per month
Curzon Street, Mayfair, London W1JServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Located in the heart of Mayfair, this period style building is prominently located on the corner of Curzon Street midway between Berkeley Square and Park Lane.from: £1400 per person per month
Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, London W1KServiced Office
This prestigious office building offers office space delivered to a Grade A specification and fitted with the latest IT/Telephony.from: £900 per person per month
Stratton Street, Mayfair, London W1JServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Built in 1895 as a family home, and designed by a major Arts & Crafts architect, Green Park House is a beautiful and richly atmospheric place to work, filled with wonderful details from the oak staircase to the glazed brick kitchen.from: £900 per person per month
North Row, Mayfair, London W1KServiced Office Meeting Rooms
This stunning 7 floor redbrick building on North Row sits just one block behind Oxford Street and offers office space that has been comprehensively refurbished to provide flexible office space with top of the range furnishings and IT & Telephony.from: £700 per person per month
Green Street, Mayfair, London W1KServiced Office Meeting Rooms
This boutique building, located in the heart of London's Mayfair, comprises 7,000 sqf of contemporary flexible workspace, all fully refurbished to stunning specification, accommodating businesses up to 25 staff.from: £650 per person per month
Map of Mayfair
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Stanhope Gate, Mayfair
Curzon Street, Mayfair
Park Lane, Mayfair
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