Last night, the ME London hotel launched an exciting interactive lights displays in their 5* hotel off The Strand. The show unveiled their Christmas lights exhibition and focused on the winter festivity by displaying users’ tweets in snowflakes on the wall.
To set the scene, the room in question is more like a vast pyramid which stretches up to a small hole in the ceiling directly beneath the hotel’s flashy bar. As an already peculiar room to have just about anywhere that isn’t the resting place of a three thousand year old Egyptian Pharaoh, the “Atrium” was quite a spectacle for the hotel visitors, especially once they managed to get their own tweets abseiling down the walls.
After an hour of tweeting snowflakes, we were treated to a completely different light ensemble, one which guests of the ME London hotel can see each and every evening. In a stunningly artistic display we witnessed the story of creation from the concentrated cosmic point of singularity to the evolution of life and the future of technology.
All of this flashed before us on the high walls of the pyramid room and was masterfully executed. Of particular beauty were the first scenes of life upon the earth where jelly fish climbed the walls around us in increasing numbers.
Undoubtedly, both the Christmas snow flakes and the creation story magnificently showcase the uniqueness and appeal of the ME London hotel in a way that helps it to stand out in the hospitality industry as one of the most interesting and exciting 5* hotels in London. I, for one, will certainly be returning.
Photography credit to Myles Cowper-Coles.