London’s Meliá White House introduces co-working space – Business Traveller

London’s Meliá White House has unveiled a series of co-working tables and meeting spaces as part of its £40 million renovation.

The hotel on Albany Street, located at the southeast corner of Regent’s Park, completed its five-year transformation project in April 2023.

As part of the refurb, the hotel has added co-working stations to the The Level Lounge space, located at the rear of the property.

The Level Lounge, which has its own entrance on Longford Street, was formerly only open to guests staying in select suites but is now open to members of the public. Since the refurbishment, the space features a Mediterranean-style design, with a bright, modern interior and caldero velvet sofas.

Those booking a co-working space will benefit from complimentary refreshments including tea and coffee, as well as snacks such as crisps, nuts and confectionary. They will also receive a 10 per cent discount at the hotel’s Arado Restaurant & 35 Bar & Lounge.

There are ten individual workspaces on offer, which can be hired on weekdays from 8am-6pm for £250 per month, £100 per week or from £40 per day – hourly rates start from £10.

Additionally, there are bookable meeting rooms adjacent to the lounge, available at an additional cost, which include printing facilities and gym access.

To book the co-working spaces, you must email [email protected] or use the Deskpass app (deskpass.com).

For more information on co-working in London, see our recent feature:

Remote working in London

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