Value for money
Distance to city centre
|"Modern, clean and great breakfast"||(in 191 reviews)|
|"Good Breakfast, great staff in restaurant."||(in 285 reviews)|
|"Room was spotlessly clean and modern."||(in 125 reviews)|
|"The sofa bed was extremely uncomfortable"||(in 35 reviews)|
|"Very bad service by Booking."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Window faced a brick wall so little or no natural light in the room."||(in 3 reviews)|
|staff were friendly||in 717 reviews|
|room was great||in 632 reviews|
|clean room||in 602 reviews|
|view from the room||in 597 reviews|
|great location||in 575 reviews|
|modern hotel||in 487 reviews|
|good breakfast||in 466 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 291 reviews|
|bed and a sofa||in 281 reviews|
|tube station||in 204 reviews|
|clean and modern||in 196 reviews|
|london eye||in 176 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 171 reviews|
|room service||in 163 reviews|
|lambeth||in 92 reviews|
|steam room||in 50 reviews|
|free upgrade||in 44 reviews|
|high tech||in 20 reviews|
|natural light||in 12 reviews|
the room the whole set up how everything was so close to get to,
nothing it was all perfect, not dorchester but perfect
Modern room with all the gadgets. Nice staff and feels very new and clean.
Ironing board and iron awful! Quite small room and no full length mirror apart from next to bed where you can't see. No dressing table to sit down to put on make up or dry hair etc
I stayed at this hotel with my mom for 5 days while on holiday. I don't recommend it. It's overpriced for the amenities provided. The pool is mediocre: it's very small and only good if you have restless children (there's only 5 lounge chairs). The gym was ok. Twice the cleaners did not come to our room as required, and we even ran out of toilet paper because, when the cleaner did come, she did not leave any toilet paper! There's free wifi which was good and the many tv channels. The location is basically the main attraction. My 2 cents is that find a hotel without the gym and pool, and go for the location to save money. And find a hotel with reliable cleaners that speak at least basic English. None of my cleaners spoke any English and did not understand words like toilet paper...
An Excellent Hotel Away from the City
Rooms were clean and refreshing...bathroom shower was amazing.
There was no business center to print your own boarding passes or tickets to attractions.
Park Plaza London Waterloo is located near the center of the city and near a number of places that visitors on vacation might want to experience. The property has 494 rooms, and children are welcome at the family-friendly property. English, Italian, and German are spoken at the property. This is a smoke-free property.
The rooms at the hotel have a wealth of amenities that provide guests with what they need when they are traveling. They have air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, blackout drapes, designer toiletries, a minibar, flat-screen TV, phone, desk, and a private bathroom with a rainfall showerhead. In addition, the rooms have a pillow menu, so guests can find the perfect pillows to help them get a good night’s sleep. Rooms at the property have beautiful, modern décor.
The property has quite a few amenities for the guests to experience, as well. They can enjoy free wireless Internet in the public areas, and they can visit the on-site restaurant when they would like a bite to eat. The hotel also has a pool and a fitness center for those guests who want to stay in shape.
One of the fantastic benefits of staying at this property is that visitors will be close to many places they might want to explore and discover. They can visit the London Eye, London Sea Life Aquarium, one of the nearby parks, the Imperial War Museum, Florence Nightingale Museum, Old Vic, Southbank Centre Book Market, and much more. Nearby dining options include Meeting Point and Chicken Palace.
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Value for money
Policies vary by room type and provider.
Park Plaza London Waterloo is extending its cancellation policy for all reservations booked with a check-in date until 30 June 2020. For more information, visit the Radisson Response to COVID-19 page.
Upgrade and get a Studio Room to make your vacation that little bit more comfortable. Featuring either a king or two twin size beds, there is also a sleeper sofa to sprawl out on. Bathrobes and slippers add an elegant touch to your trip, while US power sockets mean you won’t need an adaptor. Available for roughly £299 (approximately $376), you’ll have the perfect space to unwind and relax.
For an additional fee of roughly £20 (approximately $25), you can gain access to the exclusive Executive Lounge. With an incredible location looking over the South Bank, you can enjoy tea during the afternoon and alcoholic beverages between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Tea and coffee are available at any time throughout the day, plus there are plenty of quiet places to get some work done.
Harness the benefits of traditional Southeast Asian wellness with a Balinese massage. Combining timeless techniques such as stretching and skin rolling with state-of-the-art essential oils, the 50m or 1h 20m session is a holistic experience. If you don’t have much time between racing around and seeing the city’s many attractions, pop in for a quick 30m express massage. Targeting the neck, shoulders and back, stress will be greatly reduced and it will leave you reenergized.
A dedicated family bundle is on offer, which includes a discount on the cost of your accommodation, complimentary meals for kids when adults order and a children’s backpack that has an activity book, pencils and food vouchers inside. Other deals provide the ability to enhance your getaway, with unlimited access to the Executive Lounge, a bottle of wine and chocolates upon arrival, the morning newspaper and a late checkout of 2:00 pm.
Breakfast can be delivered to your door between 6:00 am and 11:00 am, with dishes such as eggs Florentine, waffles and porridge on the menu. A broad range of cuisine is available throughout the rest of the day including wood fired pizzas, curries, nachos, salads and sandwiches. A specialized kid’s list ensures even the hotel’s youngest guests are catered for, while there is also an extensive range of international wines for the adults.
Traveling from Heathrow Airport via car can be an exhaustive process with London’s traffic, with an Uber trip costing roughly £50 (approximately $63) to reach the city center. An alternative option is to take the underground, with the trip taking about 1h 5m and costing roughly £6 (approximately $7.50). Board the Piccadilly line train at Hatton Cross Station and travel to Piccadilly Circus Station where you will need to change to an eastbound Bakerloo service. Ride the train for four stops until you reach Lambeth North Station, which is just across the road from the hotel. (Prices checked 17/06/19).
Park Plaza London Waterloo is located at 6 Hercules Road in Lambeth, 0.5 miles from the centre of London. Westminster Bridge is the closest landmark to Park Plaza London Waterloo.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Park Plaza London Waterloo.
Yes, Park Plaza London Waterloo offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Park Plaza London Waterloo does not offer free parking.
No, Park Plaza London Waterloo does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Park Plaza London Waterloo is 7 miles from London City.
No, pets are not allowed at Park Plaza London Waterloo.
Yes, Park Plaza London Waterloo has a pool on-site.