ME London - Hotel in London

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Map & Location

336-337 The Strand
London WC2R 1HA
Great Britain


N +51º 30' 42.96" / W -0º 7' 6.76"

Contact information

Tel: (44) 207 395 3400Fax:

Check-in after 15:00h

Check-out until 12:00h

Location & history of hotel - Me London

Where We Are

ME is located in the middle of it all. Near the River Thames, the theatre district, boutiques, bars, restaurants and clubs. Covent Garden and Soho are on our doorstep. London is at your command.

Where We Come From

ME London stands on the corner of Aldwych Street and The Strand, originally the home of the popular Gaiety Theatre, home of the legendary and extraordinarily popular Gaiety Girls. Sadly, the theatre suffered bomb damage during the Second World War and was torn down.

ME London

London is a cultural melting pot at the forefront of art, fashion and culture. Indulge in some well deserved ME time in one of the most chic and famous cities in the world in ME London on the banks of the River Thames.


Welcome to a city where history, art and innovation sit side by side in the skyline. ME London sits in the famous theatre district, on the outskirts of the chic financial district and just minutes from the boutiques of Covent Garden. It's an area of London awash with theatres, shops, bars, restaurants and vibrant nightlife. At ME London, with views of iconic landmarks such as The River Thames, The London Eye and St. Paul’s Cathedral and surrounded by the city’s electric atmosphere, you can discover your inner Londoner.

Famous Places in London

  • London Eye. One of the world’s largest observation wheels in the world, and the most popular tourist attraction in the city.
  • Big Ben. The most famous and iconic monument in London; which forms part of the Houses of Parliament, the seat of power in the UK.
  • The Tower of London. The nearly 1000 year old tower enriched with London’s history
  • Buckingham Palace. Located in the heart of the city and the official residence of the British royal family
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral. Built in the 17th century, it has always dominated London skyline
  • The River Thames. England’ longest river, it crosses the centre of London and offers visitors boat tours
  • Westminster Abbey. A Gothic building and traditional site for religious celebrations of the British royal family
  • London Zoo. The world’s oldest scientific zoo
  • Trafalgar Square. See the famous Nelson’s Column guarded by statues of four lions at its base


The triangular site on which ME London now stands was originally the home of the popular Gaiety Theatre, which suffered bomb damage during the WWII and was torn down in the 1960s. Experts attended the excavation of the hotel after remnants of an old bar were uncovered in the basement.

The hotel stands next to the recently renovated Marconi House; former headquarters of the BBC where the first radio broadcast was made in 1922.

Every inch of London is seeped in layers of history; you never know whose footsteps you’re walking in.

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