Le Meridien

Le Méridien Piccadilly, London

Arrival Artwork, entitled 'Half Cloud', by Younes Rahmoun - a Moroccan-based artist and LM100™ member

Le Méridien Piccadilly's history and unique location make it a landmark hotel on Picadilly Circus

Le Méridien Piccadilly Club Lounge

The Terrace Restaurant and Bar offers traditional fine dining in a dramatic, light-filled room, featuring classic stone columns

A Club Room at Le Méridien Piccadilly

Le Méridien Piccadilly Longitude 0°8‘ bar, featuring dark, moody interiors and signature cocktails

Arrival Artwork, entitled 'Half Cloud', by Younes Rahmoun - a Moroccan-based artist and LM100™ member

A hotel that looks and feels as grand as Le Méridien Piccadilly requires an equally grand location. In this case, the heart of London's West End fits the bill perfectly. Ever since the English monarchy was restored in the 17th century, the area has reigned
as one of London's most fashionable addresses. Set against Regency architecture and streets full of luxury boutiques, art galleries and restaurants - all within minutes, if not metres, of the hotel's impressive foyer - Le Méridien Piccadilly makes the most of the quarter's long and gloried history, while planting itself firmly in the 21st century, with modernist furnishings and up-to-the-minute technology. With both Tate Modern and Tate Britain as its Unlock Art™ partners, guests can enjoy complimentary access to the galleries' exhibitions, while the recently redesigned lounge bar, Longitude 0˚8', with its clean-lined contemporary interior, is a happening venue for cultural events. For soaking up the general London buzz, however, there's nowhere better than the freshly re-opened Terrace Grill and Bar, overlooking Piccadilly, which
serves up locally sourced meat and fish dishes, as well as Gin & Tonic Afternoon Teas - a novel take on two classic British
tipples, gin and tea.


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Le Méridien Piccadilly, London 21 Piccadilly, London, England W1J0BH, United Kingddom (44)(207) 734 8000

About Le Méridien

When Starwood Hotels acquired Le Méridien in 2005, it immediately set about injecting the group’s French heritage with a jolt of cultural modernity. With more than 100 properties in 50 countries worldwide, the project was ambitious, but with creative input from Le Méridien’s cultural curator Jérôme Sans, the result is an intelligent synthesis of individually distinct properties within their respective cultural settings. Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts have been transformed into staging areas for contemporary artworks by both established and up-and-coming artists and through partnerships with local cultural institutions, the group has forged a place for itself at the core of the art world. Via the Unlock Art™ programme, guests’ key cards designed by LM100™ members are literally a complimentary ticket to a city’s leading art forums. By any measure, the group’s elevation of the quotidian hotel experience into a cultural one is inspirational.