Request a Viewing
Make an enquiry

Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32

+
Add to favourites
Prices Start From
£200 PCM
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
  • Serviced Office, Aztec Centre, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire - BS32
Make an enquiry
Request a Viewing
Type of space Number of desks Rent per month
Private Office 1 Desks (35 Sqft) £200
Private Office 3 Desks (105 Sqft) £750
Private Office 5 Desks (175 Sqft) £1250
Private Office 8 Desks (280 Sqft) £2000
Private Office 13 Desks (455 Sqft) £3627
Located on one of the most prestigious business parks in the South West, just minutes from the M4/M5 interchange, This centre Bristol Aztec West offers superb access across the South West, South Wales, the Midlands, London and beyond.

The recently refurbished centre is situated in a landmark, modern building featuring a unique and dramatic three storey leafy atrium offering a selection of vibrant cafes, shops and other amenities.

Ref: 75738
24 Hour Access
Bike Racks
Break-Out Areas
Car Parking
IT and Telecoms
Kitchen Facilities
Manned Reception
Meeting Rooms
Office Cleaning
Office Furniture
Postal Services
Reception Area
Secretarial Services
Virtual Office Services
Show nearest stations
A major city in the south-west of England Bristol lies on the River Avon approximately 100 miles west of central London. Bristol is the main commercial centre in the areas around Somerset and Gloucestershire for more than eight centuries. Playing an important centre for activity in a variety of industries including publishing and music production. The area remains a busy location for tourists and industries alike.

The city offers plenty of historical buildings, dozens of Grade I listed buildings and hundreds of Grade II listed buildings, reflecting its long-term position as southern England's second largest commercially important city.

Additionally, Bristol has a long maritime and international trading history, owing to its proximity to the Severn Estuary, into which the River Avon runs and which leads out to the Bristol Channel, a major inlet between England and Wales.