London Portland Place
Portland Place is one of London’s most exclusive locations. Dotted with Georgian terraced houses and the occasional modern building, it now acts as home to various embassies and business headquarters. Fittingly, it is also the site of the Royal Institute of British Architects, whose impressive building is located opposite the Chinese Embassy. Parking in Portland Place is next to impossible, but the London Portland Place NCP car park is only a few steps from the square, as well as several other places of interest, giving you convenient, hassle-free parking in London that’s also pre-bookable.
Langham Hotel Parking
Just four minutes’ walk from the London Portland Place NCP car park you’ll find the Langham Hotel. This institution is over 150 years old, and has entertained celebrities, royalty, and dignitaries from across the world. Its menu has been designed with Albert Roux and Michel Roux Jr, and the Artesian Bar has won the title of ‘World’s Best Bar’ four times in a row. Whether you’re treating yourself to afternoon tea or you’re lucky enough to be staying at the hotel, pre-booking a space at the London Portland Place NCP can take all the headache out of parking in London.
Fitzrovia is one of London’s ‘hidden gems’. Made up of quiet streets, with excellent bars and outstanding restaurants, it also happens to be the business hub of the majority of the capital’s creative industries. Take a roadside seat in one of the many cafés or wine bars that line the streets and you can easily spend an hour or two, spotting celebrities. While there aren’t too many shops in Fitzrovia, you’ve got Oxford Street and Regent Street just a matter of minutes away, giving you access to the best of both worlds. The London Portland Place NCP is less than 10 minutes away, making this car park ideal for business or pleasure purposes.
BBC Broadcasting House Parking
Home to the venerable BBC, BBC Broadcasting House is one of London’s most iconic landmarks. A mere five minutes from the London Portland Place NCP, you’ll frequently see broadcasters and celebrities coming and going through its impressive, glass doors. If you’re a fan of broadcasting history, there are tours available where you’ll learn just what it took to launch the BBC and turn it into one of the most well-respected broadcasting organisations in the world.