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Businesses in South Kensington
South Kensington is situated within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, one of London's most affluent boroughs, and is the city's museum quarter and a hub for learning.
The Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum are all found in the area, and they are among London's best and largest museums. Also located in South Kensington is the Royal Albert Hall, which hosts the annual BBC Proms and other events throughout the year. These attractions help anchor the area's tourism sector and serve as important centres for research and learning.
There are also many professional and educational institutions based in South Kensington, including the Royal Geographical Society, the Royal College of Art, the Royal College of Music, and Imperial College London.
The district's main commercial area is focused around the South Kensington tube station, which sits on the Piccadilly, Circle and District lines. The commercial district extends to nearby garden squares and streets. Business activity is also focused around Gloucester Road tube station.
Most businesses in South Kensington cater to the area's tourism sector. Several restaurants and cafes are within a short walk of nearby museums and support the influx of visitors to the area each day. There are also a few hotels in the area, including the DoubleTree by Hilton London Kensington, the Ampersand Hotel, the Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt and the Crown Plaza London Kensington.
Office Locations in South Kensington
Most office spaces in South Kensington are found along Gloucester Road and Fulham Road. Office accommodation is typically in refurbished and converted period buildings, usually in mixed-use buildings with retail outlets or eateries on the ground floor.
- Michelin House at 81 Fulham, where South Kensington and Chelsea meet. Opened in 1911, the decorative building housed offices for Michelin until 1985. It now provides office accommodation for small- and medium-sized businesses, including 47 serviced offices. Six meeting rooms, a break-out area, shower and changing facilities, and virtual offices are also available.
- One of South Kensington's only office blocks is 95 Cromwell Road. Situated above Gloucester Road tube station, the modern building is also home to several retail outlets. Amenities include car parking, cycle storage, staffed reception, and air conditioning. Businesses in public relations, travel and tourism, professional services, and other sectors are based at the office building.
South Kensington Transportation Links
As for transport links, the district is served by South Kensington and Gloucester Road tube stations. West Brompton station offers Overground services and London Victoria provides train and coach options for destinations throughout the UK.
About South Kensington
Much of South Kensington was agricultural until the middle of the nineteenth century. The Great Exhibition in 1851 significant changed the area around Hyde Park. South Kensington's museums were created following the exhibition as homes for institutions dedicated to arts and sciences. This spurred development in the surrounding area as new roads and residential areas were created. South Kensington includes parts of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the City of Westminster.
The affluent district in West London is home to a growing French community. The French Consulate, a French-language secondary school, and several French cafes and bookstores are found in the area. Along with the neighbouring areas of Chelsea, Kensington and Knightsbridge, some of the most expensive and exclusive real estate in the world is also found in South Kensington.