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Room Request! Me Hotel London

See inside the most in-demand rooms and suites

Deep in the heart of London’s historic Strand District, steps away from the river Thames and nestled among theaters, restaurants and museums, you’ll find the ME Hotel. Located in the Marconi House, once home to the popular Gaiety Theater as well as the former headquarters of the BBC, it now holds two restaurants, a rooftop bar and lounge with panoramic views of London, a fully equipped 24-hour gym and meeting space for up to 300 people over seven conference rooms. The hotel is the perfect place for business or pleasure.

If the luxuriously appointed rooms and stunning views aren’t enough, the ME by Meliá Aura experience will have you wishing you could stay forever. An Aura team, unlike a normal concierge, is on staff around the clock to make sure your stay is truly unforgettable and your every wish and desire fulfilled.

Inside the ME Hotel London

Inside the ME Hotel London

Here, DuJour spoke to Nicole Neves from the ME London team to find out more.

The most requested room:

Our balcony rooms are the stars of the show, especially room number 810.  The rooms with balconies are Energy Urban Terraces and Energy River Terraces.  They occupy the eighth and ninth floors. 

What makes it so special?

810 has a special layout with the bed in the middle of the room and it offers that larger balcony.

The rate:

An average of approximately $770 per night. 

Inside the ME Hotel London

ME Hotel London Passion Suite

Your personal favorite:

The Passion Suites.

Because…

The Passion suites feature a glorious bathtub wrapped in serene and peaceful white walls and you can look down the Strand without getting up from bed.

Inside the ME Hotel London

ME Hotel London Aura bathroom

Celebrity guests:

Ellie Goulding, Iggy Azalea, Dominic Cooper, Victoria Beckham, Donatella Versace and Diane Von Furstenberg have all visited the hotel.

 Fun fact:

The ME London hotel is the very first flagship property in which everything, from the shell of the building to the bathroom fittings has been designed by Foster + Partners, by Sir Norman Foster.

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