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Named after builder William Baker, the Baker Street in the Marylebone district of the City of Westminster, is the most famous for its connection to the fictional detective movie Sherlock Holmes, who lives at a fictional 221B Baker Street address. The area were originally high class residential, but now is mainly occupied by commercial premises.
Are you planning to organize your business event near the Baker Street? Leave all your worries to Bird Office and we will provide a perfect workspace that meets your requirements. We offer numerous rooms that can be used for meetings, trainings and conferences. Wherever you are, you can easily access our rooms through main roads and stations. Our affordable rooms have features and facilities designed for a successful event. In just a few clicks, you can reserve and browse for rooms that fits your agenda through our online portal.
Our rooms are located at Clifton Street, and are suitable for 20 up to 40 people. For your greater comfort, it is fully equipped with complete furniture, internet access, projector and so much more. It is accessible to main roads and tube and bus stations nearby.
You can also book a training room that can be shared for up to 12 delegates. This training room is equipped with state of the art facilities that will surely improve your session. The closest subway station is Liverpool Street Underground Station which is an attractive site for London base individuals.
Make the most out of your business event at Baker Street. After your agenda, make your day complete with a tour around the area and nearby places. You can easily get to nearby districts through the Baker Street tube station, one of the world's oldest surviving underground stations. Directly outside the station is a concourse from which open-top bus tours of London start.
In just few minutes you can reach fascinating sites that the area is known for. Start your tour at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, a major tourist attraction in London which displays life-sized waxworks of kings, queens and celebrities. You can stop by the London Beatles Store to buy The Beatles merchandise or relax at The Volunteer, a central London pub determined to maintain its unique atmosphere and excellent food.