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4Star New London Hotel £89 Superior Room, incl Bkfast and Bottle Red Wine
4Star New London Hotel £89 Superior Room, incl Bkfast and Bottle Red Wine

4Star New London Hotel £89 Superior Room, incl Bkfast and Bottle Red Wine

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Seems like a cracking deal for London hotel
Save £100 off normal price.

£89 for Superior room including Breakfast worth £21.50 per person and bottle of Signature Red Wine worth £24.

And if you one of the first 200 to book you`ll get a free upgrade to a Studio - Iconic View room. Full deatisl below.

"South Bank, London


Top 20 deal - sells out quickly!
Travel dates: 1 Mar-31 May


Above: Palace of Westminster
Below: Superior Room


By Victoria Sandison
Travelzoo Staff

The new 4-star Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel in central London is offering Travelzoo subscribers a special opening rate of just £89 per room, per night -- over £100 OFF the usual rate. The package also includes a whole stack of FREE extras.

This offer includes:

Overnight accommodation in a Superior Room (pictured) at the deluxe hotel
Full English breakfast (worth £21.50 per person)
FREE bottle of Park Plazas signature red wine (worth £24)
Plus, the first 200 bookings will receive a FREE upgrade to a Studio Room worth £30, which will be confirmed via email by the hotel after booking.

This offer is valid for stays between 1 March and 31 May.

Book by 24 February.

Blackout dates: 22-24 March; 12, 13, 20 April; 11-13, 24-27 May.

How to book: Click here and enter promotional code ZOO. Or to book by phone, call the hotel on 0844 4156 780 and quote promo code ZOO.

Travelzoo tip: For an extra £30, upgrade to a Studio room. If you are one of the first 200 bookers you will then be upgraded to a Studio - Iconic View.

About the hotel: The stylish Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, which had its soft opening earlier this month, is situated on the Thames' vibrant South Bank, within short walking distance of the citys most iconic attractions, including the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye. Waterloo and Westminster stations are a 5-minute walk away. This contemporary design-led hotel boasts fabulous views of London's skyline and the Palace of Westminster (pictured), and six diverse dining options. The city's most famous landmarks, attractions, shops and restaurants are only a short walk away.

The spa, fitness centre and swimming pool facilities will not be open until late spring 2010.

98 Comments

Nice Hotel, great rates.

Breakfast worth £21 per person :shock: OMG.

Hot deal!

Will do for a 4 night trip in may! breakfast included great!

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Haylhoo;7867200

Breakfast worth £21 per person :shock: OMG.Hot deal!



I know, but all hotels are a rip off these days for breakfast. I stayed in a £29 room at a Premier Inn the other week and paid something like £20 for two breakfasts on top. Scandalous.

To be fair, it was a rather good spread they had on.

Booked. Thank you! :thumbsup:

MrsMillsee;7867391

Booked. Thank you! :thumbsup:



When I put in dates, they state £119 or £145 for the better room. Is this what you got?

No. I put the promotional code in and it gave higher prices but the special offer of £89 was there as an option. Think the travel dates are between now and 31st May, so not sure when you were trying to book?

MrsMillsee;7867478

No. I put the promotional code in and it gave higher prices but the … No. I put the promotional code in and it gave higher prices but the special offer of £89 was there as an option. Think the travel dates are between now and 31st May, so not sure when you were trying to book?



Was looking Apr 5 to Apr 11, our kids are off school then.

WalterSmith;7867534

Was looking Apr 5 to Apr 11, our kids are off school then.



Should have worked then. Have you tried calling?

I can only see £89 at weekends, £104 otherwise.

MrsMillsee;7867596

Should have worked then. Have you tried calling?



Aye, was constantly engaged.

Looks a great htel - that location is A1!!

WalterSmith;7867463

When I put in dates, they state £119 or £145 for the better room. Is this … When I put in dates, they state £119 or £145 for the better room. Is this what you got?



How many people did you put in? If you include children it forces you to a studio room hence the higher rate.

Okay, found some other dates for £89 but none that are useful for me. Have booked for £104 as it's a great location for me!

WalterSmith;7867698

Aye, was constantly engaged.Looks a great htel - that location is A1!!



No where near the A1! ;-)

Seriously, great deal. Just returned from a weekend break and I did the Kings Cross Premier Inn beat that

I read the title of this and thought it included a free bottle of Buckfast,
gutted now

Will4long;7867361

I know, but all hotels are a rip off these days for breakfast. I stayed … I know, but all hotels are a rip off these days for breakfast. I stayed in a £29 room at a Premier Inn the other week and paid something like £20 for two breakfasts on top. Scandalous.To be fair, it was a rather good spread they had on.



That's not terrible really though is it? £10 each for what you agree was a good meal.

This place isn't that great.
This deal is not special for what is essentially Travel Lodge quality, at London throughput.
You get served by a mixed bag of youngish types who last week were working at McDonalds.
(I'm not being funny, but when our room wasn't ready the girl told my Mrs that "patience is a virtue", get the picture? I decided to pretend not to hear her rather than tear her a new one, as we were with friends and it was someones birthday treat. But I did want to slap her face).
Our room wasn't ready, and not very clean when we got there.
You have to queue a fair bit to get seated at breakfast. (you have to stand in a queue outside the dining ared)This is a large hotel with many guests, so its a bit of a hectic place, certainly don't stay if you want a peaceful time. There are better 4 star deals for more tradtional hotels in the theatre district which would have much better service and be quieter.
(Specially for the weekend, when rates are low)
Having said all that, it isn't terrible. For 90 quid, its ideally located, so if you are planning something along the Southbank then its an ok place. Or seeing Westminster or Buckingham palace.
I didn't like it and wouldn't go back, but you would probably stay there and be fine, I'm just a bit fussy and would prefer someone "nicer". Its a bit of a bazaar. Oh and don't be fooled by the pictures. The rooms are shoeboxes, but ok to sleep in, and its not that new any more, and they were still working on the part over the roundabout when I went last year, so it would be even busier today I guess. Its interior is like one of those newly decked out contemporary McDonalds, all green and white plastic.
In summary, its really a slightly grubby, busy 3.5* hotel. Its ok, but don't expect plaza/plush/peaceful or luxury.

hwangeruk;7869056

In summary, its really a slightly grubby, busy 3.5* hotel. Its ok, but … In summary, its really a slightly grubby, busy 3.5* hotel. Its ok, but don't expect plaza/plush/peaceful or luxury.



If they are saying it 's a new build. opened with a soft launch last month, how could you have stayed last year? Would the hotel that you stayed at have Tripadvisor reviews? in which case could you direct where for a second opinion, because Tripadvisor seems to be saying no reviews yet?

smells of troll.

My understanding is that this Hotel actually opens within the next 2 weeks. This has certainly not been opened for a year, in it's current form, hence Pool, Spa etc.. not opened until late spring.

I have a friend attending a work ball in the next couple of weeks on the basis that the building has had a full re-fit and is new to Park Plaza.

kerridge0;7869168

If they are saying it 's a new build. opened with a soft launch last … If they are saying it 's a new build. opened with a soft launch last month, how could you have stayed last year? Would the hotel that you stayed at have Tripadvisor reviews? in which case could you direct where for a second opinion, because Tripadvisor seems to be saying no reviews yet?smells of troll.



Yeah I like to know about that aswell coz I also checked trip advisor. Maybe they mean one of the other hotels in the same chain?

kerridge0;7869168

If they are saying it 's a new build. opened with a soft launch last … If they are saying it 's a new build. opened with a soft launch last month, how could you have stayed last year? Would the hotel that you stayed at have Tripadvisor reviews? in which case could you direct where for a second opinion, because Tripadvisor seems to be saying no reviews yet?smells of troll.

smells of McDonalds by the sounds of it ;-) (i love good ol maccy's btw)

I stayed in Barony Castle a little while back which was one of the devere hotels.

They had the standard fry up for breakfast but being Scotland they also had a vat of porridge and sat next to it a bottle of whisky so you could pep it up.

Who said the Scots were an uncivilised bunch?

Me thinks Kerridge needs an A-Z !

I think Hot and if bad reports come in cancel before 2 p.m. on the day !

I'm combining free Ideal Home Exhibition tickets at Earls Court with this cheap hotel deal (including Breakfast and Wine) in a family room for £119.

Goldstink;7869251

Me thinks Kerridge needs an A-Z !I think Hot and if bad reports come in … Me thinks Kerridge needs an A-Z !I think Hot and if bad reports come in cancel before 2 p.m. on the day !



Ditto, though I am hoping it is good, as it will add an unexpected and pleasant twist to my anniversary plans for the lady

Yeah I was just suspicious of the review, I also think it's worth making a booking. If you go to the park plaza main site, it actually tells you the size of the rooms, and they are 25 sqm for superior and 34sqm for the studios, so they don't sound very "shoe-box" like at all...

kula-kev;7868225

I read the title of this and thought it included a free bottle of … I read the title of this and thought it included a free bottle of Buckfast,gutted now



hahaha:thumbsup:

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kula-kev;7868225

I read the title of this and thought it included a free bottle of … I read the title of this and thought it included a free bottle of Buckfast,gutted now



:-D I bet you a bottle of buckie will probably taset better than the free bottle of red.

You could always call them and ask if they could get a bottle in the chiller for you going. Even tell them what number of bottle you want.;-)

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jamesdew;7869054

That's not terrible really though is it? £10 each for what you agree was … That's not terrible really though is it? £10 each for what you agree was a good meal.



I wasnt meaning it as being terrible really, more making the point that the breakfast was nearly the same price as the room cost me. As stated though, I was really surprised at the breakfast and was well worth the money.

If its anything like the park plaza down the road on Albert Embankment it will be a cracking deal! For £89 quid in Central London for a Park Plaza is HOT!!

brilliant deal. All booked up

A bottle of red wine for breakfast.... my kinda hotel ;-)

frazersnow76;7869658

brilliant deal. All booked up



Did you manage to get the £89 rate? I can only get £119

Snagged 89 for march - thanks!

HOT

Booked! weekend in May for £89. Hope I get the free room upgrade!

booked in may sat to sun £119

CHalligan;7869926

HOTBooked! weekend in May for £89. Hope I get the free room upgrade!



I booked for may and called to ask about the upgrade. they are working on it but she said she thinks the upgrades ran out at about 12.30. I booked at 3pm so it don't look promising here.

on booking it says
"Additional taxes and surcharges may apply.
Total estimated cost is only available in the currency applicable to the hotel. "

so is the £89 per night the final price or will it increase. never done this befor so any help would be nice thanks

Trying to book 24th April but it wont accept the code. I reckon they are holding out for people looking for accommodation for the London Marathon (like me)

Will4long;7867361

I know, but all hotels are a rip off these days for breakfast. I stayed … I know, but all hotels are a rip off these days for breakfast. I stayed in a £29 room at a Premier Inn the other week and paid something like £20 for two breakfasts on top. Scandalous.To be fair, it was a rather good spread they had on.



I'm not surprised you're shocked at hotel costs...you get a Premier Inn room for £29, pay under £8 each for a " eat as much as you want breakfast ", which you admit was good.. and still think it's scandalous....

FFS...you got a night's sleep and 2 good breakfasts for virtually the same as this place charges for breakfast alone, ...get real....:whistling:

Argh! This would have been perfect for June!
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