1 King Street

A champion of Georgian architecture, 1 King Street balances antique elegance with modern interiors. Set amongst a smattering of shops, galleries and delightful eateries, you'll be just a few steps away from the best of the city.  

This beautiful, Grade II listed building is set right in the centre of the action and is close to One New Change, the City's only shopping centre. 1 Kings Street's 60-serviced offices and four meeting rooms are arranged over four, impeccable floors and also boast a bright, welcoming reception and executive business lounge. 


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020 3008 8888

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With extensive underground rail to Bank, Mansion House and St Paul's stations, you'll be hard-pressed to find a more enviable location.

Meeting rooms

1 King Street

1 Kings Street - Milton Room


Milton Room

1 King Street, London, EC2V 8AU

  • 4 people
  • 75/hr
1 Kings Street - Dickens Room


Dickens Room

1 King Street, London, EC2V 8AU

  • 0 people
  • 85/hr
1 Kings Street - Whittington Room


Whittington Room

1 King Street, London, EC2V 8AU

  • 8 people
  • 100/hr

About the City of London

The City of London is one the world’s leading business districts and home to many global corporations. Synonymous with high finance, banking and commercial law, some of most important business deals ever made were signed within this Square Mile.

The City is steeped in history. The City of London Corporation is housed in the 12th Century Guildhall, host to grand events such as the Lord Mayor’s Banquet. Other landmarks include St Paul’s Cathedral, Mansion House, the London Museum, Barbican Centre and the Bank of England.

A constellation of Michelin-starred restaurants can be found here, alongside great places to grab a quick lunch or unwind after a long day in the office. Take a break in one of the many charming pocket parks, or shelter from the elements in the grandeur of the covered Leadenhall Market.