Formerly the Basil Street Hotel, this early 20th Century, Edwardian-style property that once provided 80 opulent bedrooms with the charm of an English country house setting, has been tastefully renovated to retain its proud heritage whilst providing the most state-of-the-art, modern working environment.
Private offices in a variety of sizes and configurations can be rented here, as well as meeting rooms, conference rooms, and coworking spaces. The terms here are flexible and adjustable, and the rent is comprehensive.
Basil Street is just off Brompton Road and so; Hyde Park, Sloane Square, the Kings Road, Buckingham Palace, are all within a 10-minute walk of the front door making for quite an exceptional location.
The Economist recently reported that; between 2002 and 2012 the typical London home cost seven times the city’s average yearly salary. By 2016, that figure had risen to 12 times. Knightsbridge is one of the locations in London that skews that average upwards considerably. It has always attracted wealth and, in recent years, has attracted more and more foreign investment as it continues to be seen as a safe investment. This is evidenced by the relatively recently established ‘Harrods Grand Prix’ whereby super- and hypercars with foreign number plates are paraded around the store every summer.
As well as the exclusive shops such as Harrods and Tom Ford, and exclusive bars, restaurants and hotels such as Buddha Bar and the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, there is a wide range of coffee shops, cafes and other facilities such as Knightsbridge Post Office, just minutes from the front door, making this a great office location. Knightsbridge Underground stop (serviced by the Piccadilly line) is just a 30-second stroll away.
The postal address of this flexible office is: 14 Basil Street, Knightsbridge, London, SW3 1AJ