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Drawing on the rich history of London, Microsoft Paddington is designed to optimise collaboration, connection and learning. Microsoft employees, customers and partners can find the right space to suit their needs.

Inside of Microsoft Paddington

Find us

2 Kingdom Street
W2 6BD

By car

There is very limited parking available at Microsoft. Parking at Kingdom Street will be provided on a first come first served basis, bookable through facilities. Please contact reception.

The closest NCP car park is in London Street which is off Praed Street.

Another NCP car park is located at Colonnades - Porchester Terrace, Bayswater, London, W2 1AA (Phone: 020 7221 8020). Car Parking is also located on Church Street and Bishops Bridge Road (Opening Hours: 08:00-20:00 hrs, Mon - Sat, closed Sun).

By tube

Paddington is served by the Circle, District, Bakerloo, and Hammersmith & City Underground lines.

By bus

Local bus route numbers 7, 15, 23, 36 and 436 all go to Paddington Station.

By train

Paddington Station is a major international transport hub with Heathrow Airport just 15 minutes away on the Heathrow Express.

By foot

From Paddington Station: Walk along Platform 8 about 100 metres and up the right-hand set of steps. Turn right along the walkway following the Paddington Central signs that leads you alongside a towpath with the canal on your right. Before you reach the footbridge over the towpath, turn left between two large buildings.

From Bishops Bridge: Sheldon Square can be accessed directly from Bishops Bridge.

From Little Venice: Walk towards Paddington Station along the towpath following the Paddington Central signs.

From Harrow Road: Walk across the new pedestrian bridge alongside the Porteus Road subway and the Travis Perkins Yard into the development.

By site service vehicle

Site service vehicles are not permitted to access Microsoft from Bishops Bridge and should use the A40 Harrow Road.

If you are travelling from the east, exit the A40 after crossing the A5 Edgware Road. This will bring you down onto a large roundabout on Harrow Road. This roundabout has gardens in the middle of it and half of it is under the A40. Ahead you will see Bishops Bridge. Keep this on your left, pass Travis Perkins builder's merchants and take the next exit rising under the A40. You will then arrive onto another roundabout. Take the second exit, with the cream-coloured Monsoon building on your left. This will lead to the entrance road onto the site.

If travelling from the West, exit the A40 signposted for West London, cross Westbourne Bridge, you will see the Microsoft site on your left, take the next left into Bishops Bridge Road, cross Bishops Bridge to the roundabout with gardens in the middle which will be facing you. Turn left passing Travis Perkins builders' merchants which will be on your left and follow the directions as above from this point.