Built in 1908 and regarded as one of London’s finest hotels, Le Méridien Piccadilly
, located in the heart of London’s West End, features Edwardian details seamlessly woven into contemporary décor. Known originally as the Piccadilly Hotel, the hotel was designed by architect Richard Norman Shaw in a Neo-Baroque style based on 17th-century English Palladian architecture.
Guests at Le Méridien Piccadilly can enjoy traditional afternoon tea or indulge in authentic British cuisine at The Terrace on Piccadilly, and enjoy cocktails and live magic at Maskelyne & Cooke bar. The hotel’s many facilities include meeting and banqueting suites and the Piccadilly Health Club boasting one of London’s largest indoor swimming pools.
Located in the heart of London’s West End, a stone’s throw from the shopping areas of Regent Street, Carnaby Street and Bond Street, the theatres of Soho and London’s biggest parks and museums, the hotel is perfect for exploring the city’s offerings.
Guest rooms at Le Méridien Piccadilly reflect the history of the hotel while incorporating modern technology and contemporary aspects. Rooms include ultra-comfortable beds, a cosy seating area, connectivity plugs, flat-screen TV, complimentary wireless internet and bathrooms with Malin & Goetz amenities. Large sound-proof windows allow plenty of natural light whilst blocking the city’s noise for the perfect night’s sleep. The Club Lounge located on the mezzanine level overlooking the main lobby is a truly distinctive and stylish space for hotel’s executive guests.
Website: Le Méridien Piccadilly