1 Heddon Street London, W1B

1 person
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1 Heddon Street London, W1B

Up to 2 people
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1 Heddon Street London, W1B

Up to 7 people
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11 Golden Square London, W1F

Up to 10 people
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11 Golden Square London, W1F

Up to 10 people
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Up to 6 people
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4th, 130 Jermyn Street London, SW1Y

Up to 42 people
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Up to 13 people
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3A Lower James Street London, W1F

Up to 10 people
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1 Heddon Street London, W1B

Up to 34 people
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3A Lower James Street London, W1F

Up to 8 people
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26-27 Oxendon Street London, SW1Y

Up to 28 people
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11 Golden Square London, W1F

Up to 9 people
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Up to 55 people
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1 Heddon Street London, W1B

Up to 4 people
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3A Lower James Street London, W1F

Up to 4 people
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1 Heddon Street London, W1B

Up to 10 people
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1 Heddon Street London, W1B

Up to 5 people
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About Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is the heart of the West End of London, which is the main commercial and entertainment centre of the city. It’s well-known for its unique architecture, the statue of Eros, and the giant advertisements adorning the buildings.

Restaurant and Bar Scene

As one of the busiest junctions in London, Piccadilly Circus has a wide range of delicious restaurant options. Granaio offers a rustic Italian café-style concept with delights such as Mafalda al ragu, lobster spaghetti, and beetroot risotto. Yori offers authentic Korean food with lunch options like hot pot, barbecued meats, and bibimbap.

The bar scene is strong in Piccadilly Circus, too. Waxy O’Conner’s offers a unique experience. It features four bars inside of the pub, each with a different feel from the other. Tiger Tiger, one of the most iconic spots in Piccadilly, offers multiple rooms of music and drinks.

Notable Tube Stations

The Piccadilly Circus Underground Station sits on the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines. It’s directly below Piccadilly Circus itself. Other nearby tube stations include Leister Square Station, Charing Cross, and Oxford Circus.

Distance from the City of London

0.8 km

Distance from Airports

  • Heathrow (LHR): 0.8 km
  • London City (LCY): 15.13 km
  • Luton (LTN): 54.07 km

What Makes It a Great Place To Start and Run a Business

  • It’s well-known. Piccadilly Circus is one of the best-known junctions in London. People all around the world know the name.
  • There’s no shortage of public transport options. Team members and clients can get to and from the area easily.
  • There are plenty of entertainment venues. The surrounding streets house venues such as Leicester Square Theater and Her Majesty’s Theater.

Piccadilly Circus Station Station by the Numbers

Median Office Rate Per Person £859
Median Coworking Desk Rate £425
Flex Floorspace Available (sq. ft.) 37,100
Available Desk Capacity 1,900

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