Adam Zaman has been a serving officer since 2016 but has been suspended since being charged with rape.
PC Adam Zaman, of Romford, is accused of raping the woman while off-duty at the Andaz Hotel in Liverpool Street on Sunday, 24 October.
He has been held in custody since he was charged on Wednesday, 27 October.
Mr Zaman, 28, appeared at the Old Bailey via video link from Wormwood Scrubs prison.
During todays hearing he was granted conditional bail according to a report from the BBC.
The conditions mean he will have to wear an electronic monitoring tag and must abide by an 8pm to 7am curfew, give up his passport, and sleep each night at a designated address.
He is also banned from visiting the Andaz Hotel or the Goose pub in Romford and he must not contact any witnesses in the case.
It also states that he is not able to speak to any police colleagues below the rank of Superintendent, apart from a list of close friends who are also serving police officers.
Zaman has been a serving Met Police officer since 2016 but has been suspended from the post since being charged.
No trial date has been set but Judge Mark Lucraft QC has indicated that they would like to find a slot as soon as possible.
He also added he would listen to the case at a court which was not the Old Bailey if it meant it could be heard quicker.
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