Le Meridien Piccadilly
21 Piccadilly, W1J 0BH, United Kingdom
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London Gatwick Apt, United Kingdom (LGW) [LON] London Heathrow Apt, United Kingdom (LHR) [LON]

Grand and luxurious, this landmark Piccadilly Circus hotel sits amid the buzz of the fabulous West End. The sophisticated rooms and suites all boast elegant furnishings, and guests can luxuriate in the health club and spa, complete with high-tech gym, Jacuzzi, squash court, steam room and expansive indoor pool. Tantalise taste buds while admiring Piccadilly views at the stylish Terrace Grill & Bar, experience the hotel’s signature ‘Gin and Tonic Afternoon Tea’ and savour a cocktail in the chic and intimate Gin Bar.

Why we recommend Le Meridien Piccadilly

  • Luxury landmark hotel in iconic Piccadilly Circus
  • Stylish rooms and suites with chic furnishings
  • Day spa, state-of-the-art gym and Jacuzzi
  • Squash court, steam room and heated pool
  • Signature afternoon tea, gin bar and restaurant

Attractions near Le Meridien Piccadilly

People-watching at Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is London's answer to Times Square; the neon billboards and iconic 19th-Century fountain are a compulsory photo opportunity on any visit to the city. As the bustling intersection of five of London's main roads, the name Piccadilly Circus has been synonymous with hectic traffic for more than a century, but today much of the square is pedestrianised to offer ease of access to nearby Chinatown, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square and Soho.

The main attraction of Piccadilly Circus is the bronze Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain, topped by the aluminium statue of Eros sculpted by Alfred Gilbert, which has become one of the landmark symbols of London. Take some time to stand still and soak up the awesome sight of historic architecture in every direction.

Escape to St James's Park

This sprawling park occupies 23 hectares right in the heart of London and has a long history as the oldest of the city’s Royal Parks. Founded by Henry VIII, as a deer-hunting ground in the 16th Century, today St James's Park welcomes millions of visitors every year who come to feed the ducks and pelicans, attend open-air concerts in the summer months, or to just enjoy a picnic on the grass.

St James's Park is also one of the best places to watch the traditional Changing of the Guard ceremony, which takes place every day in the summer months.

Facilities - General

Laundry serviceWheel chair access in hotel
Balcony / terrace (some rooms)Concierge
Laundry roomBaby sitting
Swimming poolHealth club or gym
Day spa 

Facilities - Room

Minibar (some rooms)Air conditioning
Internet (wireless)Internet (cable)
Cable TVIron and ironing board
In room safeRoom service
TelephoneTea and coffee making facilities
Internet cable feeInternet (common wireless)

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