How much?! Park Plaza County Hall number-crunches for the Olympics
The team of Park Plaza County Hall is gearing up for the biggest sport event in London.
London, 2 July 2012 - With just 25 days to go until the start of the London Olympics, Park Plaza County Hall is gearing up to host guests for a summer of fun.
Located close to the River Thames and just seven minutes’ walk from Waterloo station, the four star deluxe hotel has worked out how many breakfasts, tube maps, cups of coffee and even toilet rolls it is estimated guests will use from 27 July – 12 August 2012.
14,000 breakfasts eaten
10,000 tube maps issued to guests by the concierge team
12,000 cups of coffee consumed
2,000 pitchers of Pimms sold in Spectrum bar
4,000 kid’s entertainment packs given out
500 pizzas made on Saturdays in the Kid’s Pizza School (that’s a lot of flour flying around!)
2,000 lollies handed out at reception
8,000 toilet rolls used by guests
“We are gearing up for the biggest sporting event to grace London in many, many years and in order to make sure we meet the needs of our guests, we look at every aspect of a guest’s stay; from the amount of toilet roll our house-keeping staff will need to replace in the rooms to how many breakfasts our team of chefs will cook,” says Simon Mahon, General Manager of Park Plaza County Hall. “We are looking forward to celebrating with guests especially our younger guests who can participate in our regular pizza classes, watch complimentary children’s films and enjoy our complementary children’s packs which include kids’ money which can be redeemed on a range of treats and toys,” he continues.
The hotel still has availability across the summer with room only rates starting from just £250 with no minimum night stay restriction and including VAT.
Perfectly located within walking distance of London’s most famous attractions including the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, Park Plaza County Hall’s bookings team can be contacted for reservations and further information at 020 7021 1800 or book conveniently online. BACK to Press Centre - United Kingdom