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Desk and Private Offices available in local Coworking Space SE17, Hotel Elephant

  • London, Southwark
  • crafts, combined arts, dance, film, interdisciplinary arts, libraries, literature, museums, photography, music, theatre, visual arts, Other
  • Emily Woodhouse info@hotelelephant.co.uk

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Hotel Elephant has dedicated desk units and private offices available in our coworking space at Spare Street, SE17. 

Now, more than ever a smaller workspace with low occupancy rates which you can walk or cycle to, is preferable to a large multi occupancy office space a commute away in the City. 

Our SE17 Coworking space is ideally located for those living in neighbouring postcodes, who are looking for a professional office space which they can easily walk or cycle to. We are well connected with public transport too, just 3 minuets walk from Elephant & Castle station, with London Bridge, Waterloo and The City accessible by tube in under 10 minuets, plus many bus routes. 

We have made changes to ensure we are Covid secure and are looking forward to welcoming new members to our space. 

Dedicated Desks: £300 + VAT for your own dedicated desk & storage. 

6 Person Private Office: £250 + VAT per desk, £1,500 + VAT in total. Your own private space for you and your team to work in. 

All members get unlimted free tea & coffee, 24 hour access and high speed wifi. The spaces are full heated and air conditioned. All available in fleixble monthly contracts. 

For more information and to arrange a viewing: https://hotelelephant.co.uk/coworking-and-office-space-elephant-and-castle 

Email: info@hotelelephant.co.uk

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