Whether you’re establishing yourself as a new business, or if it’s time for a change, serviced offices are a great option for any startup, small business or entrepreneur looking for the flexibility they need to expand their businesses in London.

The serviced office market is continuously expanding throughout London, and constantly improving – in every way imaginable. They provide small businesses with the chance to have an iconic address, comfortable and productive desk space, fully equipped kitchen, organised events, cleaning and a creative workspace environment. These luxuries are attracting ever more companies and businesses to relocate to serviced office spaces throughout the capital.

If you’re looking for a serviced office space in London it is imperative that you choose an area that suits your company culture, whether you’re looking for a cool and quirky office space or a traditional timeless space, there is something to offer all. Here we take a look at five of the best serviced office spaces in London.


Shoreditch was once renowned as a seedy corner of East London, however in recent years this region has quickly become one of the cities hottest locations. Commonly known as a quirky and trendy location filled with bars, galleries, clubs, markets and street art – this area has become a business hub in its own right, boasting hundreds of serviced offices that are suitably trendy to fit the location.

Finsbury Square, London, EC2A

Finsbury SqThis serviced office space is located in one of London’s hottest postcodes. The premium shared workspace offers the ideal location for start-ups, small businesses and entrepreneurs to grow their empires. The interior of the office space is designed in a vibrant and creative way with the use of bold colours to create a quirky work environment. This office space comes with desk spaces, storage, high speed internet as well as a modern fully equipped kitchen and lounge area – the perfect space to take a break during a busy day. There are also meeting rooms that are available to use, equipped with presentation facilities.

Shoreditch High Street, London E1

ShoreditchDeclared as the “Best Workspace for Foodies” by the Evening Standard, this business centre is home to a large ground floor restaurant and lounge. Located on Shoreditch High Street this serviced office space boasts businesses from a diverse range of fields, from fashion and technology to property and finance.


WeWork Upper Ground, Southbank, London, SE1

WeWorkSituated on London’s beautiful South Bank, just a short stroll from the London Eye and the Oxo Tower. This quirky, creative and innovative serviced office space boasts a coworking area with a beautiful balcony that overlooks the Thames and Southwark. WeWork offices provide businesses with world class offices, services, community and technology.

The Southbank location is fantastic, located on the banks of the River Thames, just a short walk from Waterloo, Blackfriars and London Bridge stations, this serviced office space sits in a prime spot that is great all year round. Spend your lunchtimes strolling along the Thames enjoying the sunshine and the markets that sell delicious food at Southbank.


Mayfair is one of London’s most desirable addresses, this area has a reputation for quintessential Britishness, high class style and slight eccentricity.

Grosvenor Street, London, WK1

GrosvenorThis serviced office space is located in an enviable Mayfair location. Situated close to Bond Street and all that the West End has to offer, this building is one of the finest Mayfair has to offer. The building boasts six floors, with offices spread throughout the building that can accommodate 1 – 20 desks. There is also a relaxing business lounge where informal meetings can be held, along with two private meeting rooms.

Kings Cross

King’s Cross is one of the most rapidly changing parts of London, the neighborhood is a gateway to the City of London, and with its non stop development the area is becoming home to more and more Londoners. The extensive regeneration has been centered around St Pancras and King’s Cross. This neighborhood is quickly becoming one of London’s most vibrant cultural quarters – filled with residential, office and recreational developments.

King’s Cross, East Side, London, N1

East sideKings Cross is one of the most iconic buildings and addresses in London. Two floors of the main station building are comprised of offices, these offices have recently undergone extensive refurbishment to create the ultimate creative co working office space.

To access the office space you can enter from the front of the station or from platform 1, the office interior after refurbishment reveals the original brickwork, steel and iron features of the iconic building. The first floor of the office space houses drop in work spaces and a variety of meetings rooms, the second floor is made up of self-contained offices.

  • Daisy

    Very appealing office.