For the first time ever Radio Rooftop Bar at the luxurious ME London Hotel is inviting small dogs (5kg or less) and their well behaved owners to hang out in one of the city’s favourite alfresco bars. From July to September 2016 dogs can soak up the summer sun whilst taking in London’s iconic landmarks, from The Shard to The London Eye, Big Ben and St Paul’s Cathedral.
On hand to keep hounds hydrated is a selection of all-natural ‘pupsicles’ with three chop-smackingly good flavours including Chicken Broth, Banana and Peanut Butter, as well as Apple and Honey. Meanwhile, owners can indulge in Radio Rooftop Bar’s new afternoon tea, The Skyline, a modern day interpretation of afternoon tea, including sandwiches such as Croque Monsieur and Cucumber Buffalo Ricotta with Black Sesame Seeds, as well as Liquid Nitrogen Frozen Fruit Sorbet with Earl Grey Mousse and Popping Candy.
The ME London hotel is pet friendly and already offers an overnight Pet Policy for small dogs weighing 5kg (11lb) or less, with a range of luxurious canine room amenities, such as a pet bed and blanket, bathroom amenities, in-room doggie dining and evening pet turndown service, as well as a dog walking service and their own dedicated Aura Manager to serve their every need.
The Skyline Afternoon Tea with tea or coffee is priced at £45 per person, with Champagne afternoon tea priced at £55 per person and £60 per person for Rose Champagne. Summer Pupsicles are priced at £6 each.
Radio Rooftop Bar is open from 11am to 2am on Saturday, 11am to midnight on Sunday, 12pm to 1am Monday to Wednesday and 12pm to 2am on Thursday and Friday. Dogs have access to Radio Rooftop Bar daily until 5pm.
The Skyline Afternoon Tea and Summer Pupsicles will be served Monday to Friday between 12pm and 5pm. Reservations can be made via London_reservations@togrp.com or +44 (0) 20 7395 3440.
Radio Rooftop Bar Pet Policy Guidelines:
- Maximum size limits: 5kg (11lb)
- Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times
- If they poop, you scoop
- No pets after 5pm – doggie bed time
- Guests with dogs will be seated on the terrace to enjoy panoramic views of the city