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Rooms to Relax and Work at New Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

Rooms to Relax and Work at New Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

It’s no coincidence that the bedrooms at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London begin with a category called Superior. Measuring an average of 27 square metres, the spacious, contemporary guest rooms are sleek environments warmed by a rich colour palette, lush fabrics and topped with useful amenities.

Andrew Swindells, General Manager, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, said: “Our guest rooms are designed for comfort and convenience while at the same time being incredibly stylish. Boutique touches, such as bespoke artwork and touchpad mood lighting combine with really useful amenities such as a small refrigerator and complimentary bottled water to create an exceptional, guest-friendly experience.”

Each of the 422 Superior Rooms features a 37-inch LCD flat-screen television, bedside lighting controls with dimmers, and a workspace with international electrical outlets. A mini-bar with separate refrigerator, a kettle and a coffee maker are provided for guests to enjoy refreshments in their room.

Modern bathrooms provide separate bathtubs and glass-enclosed showers, vessel sinks and under-counter night lights. 

Found throughout the hotel and integral to each of the bedrooms are bespoke glass art panels created from a collection of 40 unique photographic images. The collection of the images is designed to represent the theme of Beauty. In guest rooms, these unique images form the wardrobe wall and doors. 


For even more room to relax, the hotel offers 545 Studio Rooms, which average approximately 36 square metres. Ideal for families, a separate living space is furnished with a leather sofa bed, end tables and 37-inch LCD flat-screen television. A bathroom and short hallway separate the sitting room from the bedroom, complete with its own 37-inch television.

An especially unique feature of the Studio Rooms is their kitchenette, which provides a microwave, crockery, glasses and cutlery for four people.

“We know that many of our guests will appreciate the opportunity to enjoy a microwave item in the comfort of their room. It’s especially useful for families with small children who may want to dine in for breakfast with the kids or for business people who may fancy a quiet night in after a long day,” Swindells said.

Many of the Studio Rooms also offer impressive city and river views.

Guests seeking added space and amenities have a choice of no fewer than 54 one- and two-bedroom Suites and Penthouses that offer breathtaking views, a compact kitchen as well as a private check-in area.  Many of the Suites and Penthouses also have terraces to make the most of that extraordinary view.

Additionally, the hotel will offer 54 accessible rooms, all featuring the stylish design elements found across the room categories.

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London is situated on the vibrant South Bank opposite Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament only steps from the city’s most iconic attractions including the London Eye, London Aquarium and Royal Festival Hall.  Spacious guest rooms, which will include 54 suites and penthouses, provide a host of boutique touches alongside thoughtful amenities. Distinctive dining options will include 1WB Brasserie created by renowned Chef Joel Antunes, Ichi Sushi and Sashimi Bar, espressamente illy coffee bar and for cocktails, the stylish Primo Bar.

In addition to its 1,200 square-metre, pillar-free Westminster Ballroom and 31 additional meeting rooms, the hotel will feature two executive lounges and Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. In Spring 2010, the hotel will unveil a luxurious spa with 8 treatment rooms and a fitness centre complete with 15-metre swimming pool.