Major London hotel to be transformed in redesign

Date: March 10, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News
Major London hotel to be transformed in redesign

The London Marriott Hotel County Hall, on the South Bank of the Thames, is in the midst of a multi-million-pound redesign to transform it into a modern and elegant hotel that makes the most of its heritage.

The 200-room hotel, one of the most iconic and historic venues in London, will be completely transformed during the project. Due for completion in May 2016, the hotel will be a popular destination for pleasure and business customers. It will offer excellent hospitality facilities, contemporary meeting rooms and stunning private dining areas. 

Central position

County Hall, located in a prime position alongside Westminster Bridge, is close to key tourist attractions, including the London Eye and Big Ben. It is ideal for tourists wanting to be close to all the action, as well as for corporate customers who need easy access to business facilities and the City. 

Stylish surroundings

All rooms in the property, which opened in 1922, will undergo tasteful design to emphasise its location and history. This includes luxurious soft furnishings and comfortable furniture to make staying in the hotel a dream.

The hotel’s balcony suites offer guests an extra special place to stay, with spacious bathrooms and decorated lobbies together with spectacular views along the river, so they can watch the Thames luxury charters sailing past. 

Excellent facilities

As well as the high quality of the bedrooms, the County Hall hotel also benefits from an extensive range of facilities, including London’s largest hotel pool, a health club and spa and top-class dining establishments, which will offer everything from a three-course dinner to afternoon tea.