1 King William certainly lives up to its regal name. Situated in the centre of the city, this new development merges timeless design with modern aesthetics across its reception, customer lounge and multiple office suites.

Upon entry, member will be greeted by a grand reception area with hanging chandelier. Bright and inspiring work spaces make collaboration easy and ambitions closer to actualisation. Meanwhile, its rooftop terrace is more than fit for royalty (and post-work unwinding). 

King William also includes shower and changing facilities, and customer parking (subject to availability). 


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Moments away from the Bank Junction, King Williams is closely linked to the Central, Circle and District tube lines.

Meeting rooms

1 King William Street

1 King William Street - Royal George


Hanover Room

1 King William Street, London, EC4N 7AF

  • 10 people
  • 135/hr
King William Street - Pegasus room


Pegasus Room

1 King William Street, London, EC4N 7AF

  • 6 people
  • 110/hr
King William Street - Hanover room


Royal George

1 King William Street, London, EC4N 7AF

  • 8 people
  • 120/hr


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.