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Le Meridien resides in London's West End, the globally-renowned theatre district of the city. Not only this, but the nightlife around the West End is rife, giving visitors ample opportunity.
Piccadilly Circus is very close to the hotel, and Buckingham Palace is about half a mile away. You can get to Buckingham Palace via St. James's or Green Park should you wish, or just take a stroll around either of them; they're beautiful respites amidst bustling London.
The décor at Le Meridien combines the alluring charm of classical Edwardian - the overriding theme of the hotel itself - with modern advancements. For a surcharge, there's internet access and a games console up for grabs. The hotel also boasts one of the largest indoor swimming pools in London.
One of the newer highlights is the award-winning Terrace Grill & Bar. It serves up quality British cuisine and houses its own gin bar. This is utilised in conjunction with one of London's and Britain's oldest traditions: afternoon tea. Le Meridien's Gin & Tonic Afternoon Tea (surely they missed a trick by not calling it G & Tea) is a winner among crowds of London visitors.
Le Meridien has been in operation since 1909 and, with its classic period design in marble floors, elegant furniture and a glass-domed atrium, it's an absolute delight to stay in. The Oak Room, with its oak paneling and large chandeliers complete the Edwardian-era ambiance.