Park Plaza London Waterloo welcomes first guests

Park Plaza London Waterloo welcomes first guests

Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts has announced the official opening of new hotel Park Plaza London Waterloo - the biggest hotel opening in London for 2017.

Welcoming the first guests through the doors, the 494-room hotel is ideally located right by Waterloo station and offers the ideal choice for those wanting to stay in the sightseeing hub of London’s South Bank.

Park Plaza London Waterloo features superior rooms, studio rooms and one bedroom suites, destination all-day dining & bar Florentine, an exclusive executive lounge, Illy caffé, Mandara Spa, and a gym with swimming pool, providing the ideal South Bank base for exploring the city.

For corporate functions and conferences six flexible meeting rooms provide an ideal meeting space for all occasions. 

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Converted from its former premises which housed the Central Office of Information, the UK government’s former marketing and communication agency, the new state-of-the-art building has been designed by architecture and interior design practice Digital Space.

Also responsible for the award-winning Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, the design team has brought a fresh energy and innovative vision to this sought-after space which will act as the perfect haven for those seeking to enjoy the adventures this great city has to offer.

Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts select the most centrally-located destinations for all properties and Park Plaza London Waterloo is no exception.

Located a two-minute stroll from the bustling markets, shops and cafes of Lower Marsh, guests are also within short walking distance of a myriad of more well-known tourist hotspots.

Axel Krueger, general manager at Park Plaza London Waterloo, commented: “We are delighted to announce that the newest addition to the South Bank is now fully open for business.

“Joining four neighbouring four Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts’ properties on the South Bank, we are within easy access of landmarks including the London Eye and Imperial War Museum which proves ideal timing as London’s tourism industry continues to boom.

“It’s an exciting time for the South Bank’s development pipeline and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.”