Conveniently situated on London’s South Bank, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London has it all—from contemporary design throughout its 1,019 rooms and suites to ideal amenities like the on-site Mandara Spa and a 15-metre swimming pool. Enjoy views of nearby Big Ben and the London Eye from the hotel, and take advantage of our proximity to other famous attractions like Westminster Abbey, The London Dungeon and the SEA LIFE London Aquarium. Waterloo and Westminster stations are about a five-minute walk away, too, which means getting around the city couldn’t be easier.
After a busy day of sightseeing, shopping or business meetings, head back to the hotel to dine at our award-winning French restaurant, Brasserie Joël, or the trendy Ichi Sushi & Sashimi Bar. Primo Bar and 1WB Lounge & Patisserie offer ideal settings for casual meetings with colleagues or drinks with friends. Plus, our 31 adaptable meeting rooms are perfect for large or small conferences, weddings and banquets.
100% non-smoking facility
|From USD $311 per night|
The stunning Westminster Ballroom provides a flexible space for up to 1,350 guests for a wedding breakfast or reception. Alternatively, choose the Plaza Suite for up to 250 guests. All suites offer a private cloakroom, bar and foyer.
Whether you require a buffet or a formal seated meal, our executive chef can create a personalised menu for your wedding, using only the freshest seasonal ingredients. Themed menus are also available on request. The hotel's experienced wedding organisers can help plan your day right down to the last detail, ensuring a flawlessly delivered celebration. As night falls, the happy couple can escape to the tranquillity of a spacious suite with iconic city views.
Festive celebrations can be arranged from November to January for large private or shared parties. Choose between the Westminster Ballroom and the Plaza Suites, or reserve the private dining area of Brasserie Joël for office lunches or dinners.
For intimate receptions of up to 40 guests, hire Primo Bar with a stage or Parliament view on the first floor.