We have flexible office space to rent in iconic Notting Hill, including creative spaces, private offices and desk space with all inclusive rates and no set up costs.
This period building (once the famous Market Bar) has been recently decorated to a high standard by the current licensee, who is well-respected designer. There are four private office and one co-working space, oozing character throughout the building, which reflects the vibrant bohemian-chic identity of the surrounding area. The office is ideal for companies who love to work in an exclusive area like Portobello Road and would suit any type... More info
Based in an attractive period building, these serviced offices are ideally situated in Notting Hill West London, near the junction of Portobello Road and Westbourne Grove. The office space has lots of natural light streaming through large windows and beautiful wooden flooring. The workspace are designed to accommodate up to four workstations comfortably, and depending on availability these spaces can be used for larger businesses who need... More info
Modern, unbranded office spaces are found on three upper floors at this well-situated brick and stone period building. The property has a total of 2,535 square feet of office accommodation, catering to small and medium-sized organisations. Spacious cellular offices of various sizes are organised around a central corridor on each floor.
Office spaces are designed with minimalist décor and light wooden flooring, creating... More info
This new business centre is located in the heart of the busy Notting Hill area. The centre has stunning large windows which allow natural night to flow into the space, is fully air-conditioned, private kitchen area, fantastic dedicated broadband, comes fully furnished, superb wooden flooring throughout the building. The space is accessible 24-hours a day, great for companies that require flexible working hours. There is an on-site cleaning... More info
A great office for a startup, located on the 2nd and 3rd floor in prime Notting Hill Newcombe House. This space comes with everything inclusive - Wi-Fi, electric, gas, water, shared kitchen, break out areas and meeting rooms. We offer co-working space, fixed desk, private offices from 3-4 people to 10+ desks available. Based in the heart of Notting Hill, this space is based on the third-floor and offers tenants a simple all-inclusive... More info
Offering high quality unbranded office space and shared space in Notting Hill, these recently renovated, furnished offices feature lovely sash windows, high ceilings and plenty of natural light. The business centre is housed in a period building and offers a range of complementary services and facilities. More info
Serviced Offices & Desk Space
We offer a diverse collection of office space in Notting Hill to suit your company's unique requirements - from serviced office suites, individual hot desking options and shared workspace to industrial units, virtual business addresses and conventional offices for lease. Our free search service is designed to assist you in finding the ideal London business location at competitive rates.
Office Buildings in Notting Hill
Notting Hill boasts a selection of stylish office spaces, from refurbished period and listed buildings to post-war buildings with modern accommodations. The area attracts business in a variety of industries, but it is particularly appealing to companies dealing with retailers. The proximity to London's West End also provides businesses in media and creative industries are good base.
Office spaces are found around Notting Hill Gate tube station, including along Pembridge Road and Notting Hill Gate. The embassies of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and the Russian Federation are just west of the station. Even through Portobello Road and Westbourne Grove are dominated by shops and restaurants, there are also a number of small-scale offices.
Business in Notting Hill
A stylish shopping destination in London's north west, Notting Hill's local economy is driven by retail. The Portobello Road Market attracts shoppers looking for antiques, vegetables and fruits. The market has helped draw significant tourism to the area, making Notting Hill one of London's most popular destinations. Independent shops also operate alongside multinational chains and award-winning restaurants along Portobello Road, Westbourne Grove and Chamberlayne Road.
Notting Hill Transport Links
The area is extremely well served by public transportation services with Nottinghill Gate, Queensway, Bayswater and Holland Park Tube stations providing fast links across London. Bus routes operate within the area.
About Notting Hill
Notting Hill remained largely rural until the early nineteenth century. During this time, the area became known for brick and tile making. The district was also the site of several pig farms. As London expanded beyond Bayswater, Notting Hill became the focus of efforts to create a fashionable suburb for London. Instead of attracting the capital's richest residents, the area's large homes appealed to upper middle class Londoners looking for affordable alternatives close to Mayfair and Belgravia.
During the twentieth century, Notting Hill's large properties were split in order to accommodate multiple occupants. The Second World War brought further decline in the district's reputation and housing market. By the 1950s, slums began to emerge. These were cleared during redevelopment efforts in the 1960s and 1970s, and during the 1980s Notting Hill began to see the return of single-occupant homes.
Notting Hill is now an affluent and multicultural neighbourhood within the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. The district is known for its fashionable character, including high-end shops and restaurants.
The charming neighbourhood in north-west London retains many of its stunning terraces of large Victorian townhouses that were built during the nineteenth century. With grand Victorian terraces and many properties with private gardens, Notting Hill is also a sought-after residential neighbourhood.
The Portobello Road Market draws shoppers and tourists from around the world. Saturdays are the market's day for antiques, although the market also hosts fruit and vegetable stalls throughout the week. The area has also hosted the annual Notting Hill Carnival since 1964. The two-day festival is held around the August bank holiday and is organised by London's British West Indian community.