Location
Centre Court Shopping Centre

A WEALTH OF CONNECTIONS

Location map

DRIVING DISTANCE (MILES)

A3 0.3
The South Circular 3
Heathrow 13
M25 14

FASTEST TIMES (MINUTES)

Vauxhall Tube and train 12
Earl’s Court Tube 17
Waterloo Tube and train 17
Croydon (Tramlink) Tube 30
Richmond Tube 35

22 Worple Road is located at the heart of Wimbledon town centre, so the building is easily accessible from all directions, via many modes of transport.

Wimbledon Station is only 3 minutes walk from the building and provides express mainline rail services to London Waterloo in only 17 minutes, passing through Vauxhall (Victoria Line) and Clapham Junction (for direct trains to Gatwick Airport and Brighton).

The District Line also runs from Wimbledon via Putney and Fulham up to Earl’s Court, from where central London, Heathrow and many other destinations are accessible.

The Croydon Tramlink provides a crucial east-west connection from Wimbledon, opening up access from a huge South London staff pool and connects to the Luton-Brighton Thameslink branch at East Croydon.

And not forgetting road transport – numerous local bus routes pass through Wimbledon, and the nearby A3 provides a swift route to the M25 at Junction 9.

Amenities map

LOCAL AMENITIES

  • Roxie Steakhouse29 Wimbledon Hill Road
  • Sticks'n'Sushi58 Wimbledon Hill Road
  • San Lorenzo 38 Wimbledon Hill Road
  • The Alexandra33 Wimbledon Hill Road
  • Virgin Active21 Worple Road
  • Wagamama46-48 Wimbledon Hill Rd
  • Wahaca35 The Broadway
  • SMASH82 The Broadway
  • Odeon IMAX39 The Broadway

LOCAL OCCUPIERS

  • Coty UK5 St George’s Rd
  • Close Brothers1 Hartfield Road
  • Capsticks LLP 1 St George’s Rd
  • LIDL HQ19 Worple Road
  • Kindred17 Hartfield Rd

People like to look and feel good these days. Before or after work, there are plenty of opportunities in central Wimbledon to exercise and let off steam.

Gyms: leading operators are plentiful. Virgin Active is opposite 22 Worple Road and Nuffield Health is only a few minutes away on The Broadway. For the more ambitious, up the hill Wimbledon Common offers great off-roading (whether on foot or by bike) in over 1000 acres of untamed common land.

BE IN THE THICK OF THINGS

Catching up in a bar

Wimbledon is ideally placed for business, being only a short hop from central London but also within easy striking distance of London’s suburbs and hinterland for customers and staff alike.

Being the main transport hub for South West London, thousands of workers pour into the town centre every day, creating a fantastic buzz in the cafés, bars, shops and public spaces. The gyms are all packed too – appearance is everything.

Soaking up the sun
Wimbledon train station

An amazing array of welcoming eateries and bars form the setting for Wimbledon’s thriving social scene.

Wimbledon workers can enjoy everything from traditional London boozers such as “The Alex”, through to table tennis-and-craft-beer joint SMASH, to smart cocktails at “601”. On the food front, choose from metro favourites like Wahaca, Wagamama and GBK, or go for high-end cuisine at San Lorenzo or Sticks'n'Sushi.

Enjoying food on a restaurant terrace

Wimbledon is ideally placed for business, being only a short hop from central London but also within easy striking distance of London’s suburbs and hinterland for customers and staff alike.

Being the main transport hub for South West London, thousands of workers pour into the town centre every day, creating a fantastic buzz in the cafés, bars, shops and public spaces. The gyms are all packed too – appearance is everything.

An amazing array of welcoming eateries and bars form the setting for Wimbledon’s thriving social scene.

Wimbledon workers can enjoy everything from traditional London boozers such as “The Alex”, through to table tennis-and-craft-beer joint SMASH, to smart cocktails at “601”. On the food front, choose from metro favourites like Wahaca, Wagamama and GBK, or go for high-end cuisine at San Lorenzo or Sticks'n'Sushi.

601 QUEEN’S RD

Offering Wimbledon’s newest roof terrace, 601 Queen’s Rd serves an extensive drinks menu including wines, carefully curated cocktails and house-made lemonades, available from morning coffee to a late nightcap.

VISIT WEBSITE

WAHACA

Mexican street food comes to Wimbledon. Burritos, enchildas and the like are rustled up speedily, with a great range of drinks to go alongside.

VISIT WEBSITE

STICKS AND SUSHI

Top quality, fresh and beautiful sushi. Stylishly delivered in a dark wood room with a bar that wouldn’t look out of place in a five-star Singapore hotel.

VISIT WEBSITE

THE ALEXANDRA

“The Alex” is a time-honoured Wimbledon favourite, with upstairs bar The Loft offering a great range of craft beers and diner-style food.

VISIT WEBSITE

Roxie Steakhouse

This is the place to come for your red meat fix, with quality cuts of beef sourced from around the world. Chicken, prawns and calamari are also on the menu.

VISIT WEBSITE

WAGAMAMA

Needs no introduction. Tasty Japanese noodle dishes and ramens at a lunchtime-friendly budget. Try the sake?

VISIT WEBSITE

SAN LORENZO

Founded in 1969, this is a well-established Wimbledon favourite. Authentically family-run, it’s the go-to place for tennis stars, locals in the know, and visitors who hunger for Italian flavours from the old country.

VISIT WEBSITE

SMASH

Buzzing new table tennisbar with a great vibe, offering craft beer, cocktails and pizza from lunchtime onwards. Our favourite!

VISIT WEBSITE

Smash
Smash
ROXIE
STEAKHOUSE
ROXIE STEAKHOUSE

601 QUEEN’S RD

Offering Wimbledon’s newest roof terrace, 601 Queen’s Rd serves an extensive drinks menu including wines, carefully curated cocktails and house-made lemonades, available from morning coffee to a late nightcap.

VISIT WEBSITE

WAHACA

Mexican street food comes to Wimbledon. Burritos, enchildas and the like are rustled up speedily, with a great range of drinks to go alongside.

VISIT WEBSITE

STICKS AND SUSHI

Top quality, fresh and beautiful sushi. Stylishly delivered in a dark wood room with a bar that wouldn’t look out of place in a five-star Singapore hotel.

VISIT WEBSITE

THE ALEXANDRA

“The Alex” is a time-honoured Wimbledon favourite, with upstairs bar The Loft offering a great range of craft beers and diner-style food.

VISIT WEBSITE

Roxie Steakhouse

This is the place to come for your red meat fix, with quality cuts of beef sourced from around the world. Chicken, prawns and calamari are also on the menu.

VISIT WEBSITE

WAGAMAMA

Needs no introduction. Tasty Japanese noodle dishes and ramens at a lunchtime-friendly budget. Try the sake?

VISIT WEBSITE

SAN LORENZO

Founded in 1969, this is a well-established Wimbledon favourite. Authentically family-run, it’s the go-to place for tennis stars, locals in the know, and visitors who hunger for Italian flavours from the old country.

VISIT WEBSITE

SMASH

Buzzing new table tennisbar with a great vibe, offering craft beer, cocktails and pizza from lunchtime onwards. Our favourite!

VISIT WEBSITE

601
QUEEN’S
RD
601 QUEEN’S RD
WAGAMAMA
WAGAMAMA