Offering the ideal central London location near numerous attractions, including the Houses of Parliament, the London Aquarium and the London Eye, this hotel is a 6-minute walk from Underground and National Rail trains at Waterloo station and a 12-minute walk from Westminster Abbey.
Me and my wife stayed here for 3 nights from 15 - 19 of January 2016 and i couldn't fault it for much, the location was perfect, close to all the major attractions ,close to the Waterloo underground , just over £300 was a great price for a nice modern hotel with breakfast included which was very nice. The two restaurant's within the hotel looked really good I wished we'd tried one of them for one of nights. My room was a atrium king suite which was nice but being a suite I expected a larger room with a sofa, table and chair arrangement but there wasn't but it was the only criticism I can give. I would definatly recommend it to anyone.Comment of A. Andrew , United Kingdom the 2015-10-25
A clean modern Hotel centrally located opposite the Houses of parliament. Lovely modern and clean room, helpful staff and good breakfast.Comment of N. Robert , United Kingdom the 2014-10-16
Fantastic hotel. We had a lovely stay. Only downside for me in the room there was nowhere to sit down to do hair and make-up.Comment of M. Kelly , United Kingdom the 2013-06-05
"Very friendly staff"
The hotel is very central. Near the Big Ben and London Eye. In the evening the lobby bar is great to have a last drink. Breakfast was delicious and the friendly fast professional help of Jorrit every morning was very appreciated by us. We had a great stay in London and loved the hotel and the friendly staff
"Great hotel but you pay for it"
Great hotel and we had a family studio room that are very good. City view was not really a city view it was a view of the hotel across the road. If you want a Big Ben view they charge more!!! Staff great although the sofa bed in room was poor and uncomfortable
Stayed here for a weekend away in London and was very impressed! Location was first class, right next to Westminster bridge with views to the Houses of Parliament, as long as you had the luck to get a room on the bridge side of the building! Breakfast was part of our deal and was hot and plentiful, and again had great views. Only two things stopped this being a five star review: 1) The spa and leisure club with swimming pool was too small for the hotel, we visited only to be told a booking system was in place (this was after we had asked at reception & they said just go anytime) and we would have to come back later. When we did the place was deserted and before it closed they started to clean and take the mats up and brush stale water around us. 2) We fancied a cup of tea before bed, but found we only had camomile and green tea. No normal English breakfast tea was in the room. I went down to query it and was sent some up but would have expected it to be checked as part of the room preparation. I would return however as the location and general facilities were excellent.
The Park Plaza is a centrally located hotel where you can walk to almost anywhere. The staff provided amazing customer service. The rooms are lovely. I recommend this hotel if your are in town on business or pleasure.
"Very busy hotel but it never felt crowded"
Recently, I stayed at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel for 6 nights (Feb 13th - Feb 18th). I was in London for business meetings. The Park Plaza is massive, with 1,000+ rooms, making it one of London's largest hotels. It is perfectly situated within a short walking distance of many attractions, such as the London Eye and Big Ben. The hotel is bustling with activity at all hours. There are guests and staff all over the place. The sheer size of the hotel meant that it never felt crowded. At times, I noticed lines of people waiting at Reception in the main lobby. My check-in, however, was processed very quickly and I took advantage of the Express Check-Out option through the television. There were daily messages on the TV about reserving pool times between 3pm - 8pm, due to high demand of the pool facilities. My room was quiet and comfortable. It was a typical hotel room with all of the amenities you would expect when travelling for business or vacation. The only drawback was that there was not a coffeemaker in the room. My room was on the highest floor facing outside. I was slightly disappointed in the view, having paid a little extra to get a view of the London skyline. Instead, I faced buildings on Addington Street with a peripheral view of the London Eye. It was not worth the extra £25 surcharge.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM