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Oct 2015

 

Riverbank Park Plaza

Park Plaza Riverbank London

Park Plaza Riverbank London, our latest Venue of the Season, is located in the heart of London

This 4-star deluxe hotel is situated on the south side of the River Thames boasting dramatic views of the river and the London skyline and it is within walking distance of some of the city’s most impressive landmarks and attractions such as the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye. The hotel is within easy reach of both London Waterloo and Vauxhall rail and underground stations, Westminster underground station is also close by providing access to the District, Circle and Jubilee lines to the City

Effortlessly stylish, Park Plaza Riverbank London boasts 395 deluxe air-conditioned guestrooms offering iconic London riverside views, flatscreen televisions and workdesks, and complimentary   Wi-Fi is available throughout. Enhanced accommodation is available in the Executive Rooms and Suites, all of which feature the latest in-room entertainment, a complimentary newspaper and a welcome tray.

A separate conference centre boasting an on-site AV team and offers 21 meeting rooms on multiple levels. The impressive Thames Suite affords gorgeous 180 degree River Thames views while the Ballroom, Plaza and Park Suites can host up to 650 guests theatre-style.

Banqueting with view

Banqueting with view

The two AA-Rosette award-winning Chino Latino Pan-Asian Restaurant & Bar, where the innovative menu brings together dishes such as fresh sushi, black cod with miso and Chilean sea bass with black beans.

 

We look forward to working with you and to adding value to your event!

 

…… Personal, Professional service every time 

 

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