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Windsor site provides facilities fit for royalty

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Stunning site in Windsor combines Georgian architecture with state-of-the-art facilities

 

When one of your neighbours is Her Majesty the Queen, you know you’ve found yourself a pretty good spot to do business.

Regus Windsor is built to impress and enjoys views overlooking the eponymous castle, where Elizabeth II and her family like to spend weekends.

In addition to being located so close to such prestigious company, this site also comes equipped with the latest facilities like business-grade broadband and IT support, along with a truly classic Georgian design that perfectly marries tradition and modernity.

“The centre is in the heart of Windsor,” says IWG Area Manager Natalie Beagle. “It offers clients the best of both worlds in terms of being able to work in a professional working environment, but also having the luxury of being near to the town centre and popular attractions such as Eton College and Windsor Castle.”

Regus Windsor External View

As you’d expect of a centre located in the Thames Valley – which has been described as the ‘engine room’ of the UK economy – this site is geared towards modern business with virtual offices, a newly-refurbished business lounge and three meeting rooms in Windsor.

But where it really comes into its own is with its stunning architecture: a unique sense of history and warmth that creates not only a great place to work but projects an image sure to impress visiting business clients too.

The site is built to wow. Some of the balconies overlook a beautiful part of the River Thames and Eton Bridge, while the central atrium provides lots of natural light for a relaxed and open feel that’s welcoming, warm and friendly.

Regus Windsor Reception

For hosting clients or simply just catching up with your team, the business lounge is perfectly placed and has floor-to-ceiling windows for plenty of sunlight and great views of the town centre.

It’s all about location, location, location: just a short walk away you can enjoy access to Eton and nearby amenities, making it ideal for taking a stroll and for business lunches.

Ease of access is always crucial when it comes to picking a site to do business, not only so it’s easy for clients to find but also for staff to get to and from work too. In fact, one survey found that half of all workers wouldn’t take a job if it had an hour’s commute.

A stress-free commute is made much simpler at this site thanks to its 20 underground parking spaces. The Windsor site is ideal for cyclists too, with bike parking access on site. There are also shower facilities so you can freshen up following your bike ride ready for the day ahead.

Cycling is increasingly the way a lot of people choose to get to work, with 8% of the UK population getting on their bikes to head to the office more than once a week, and that number more than doubling in London and the South East over a ten-year period.

For journeys further afield, Riverside train station is located only a minute’s walk away, where trains take commuters into central London. Local bus routes are also within a minute’s walk from the centre and the M4 is a five-minute drive, with Heathrow also just 20 minutes away – ideal for providing easy access for international clients.

Flexible working is fast becoming the model for modern working, with 80% of British workers saying they’d turn down a job if it didn’t offer the chance to work flexibly. With this revolution in mind, Regus Windsor is ideally placed to provide the perfect site for the modern worker.

“This centre is perfect for anyone looking to be a part of a wider network, whether that be by taking a membership, virtual office, co-working desk or private office space in Windsor, that allows them to integrate with likeminded people whilst having the flexibility of growing their business as and when they need to,” adds Beagle.

 

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