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    Daniel Fountain
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    Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts has changed the face of the London hotel scene with its £350 million Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London hotel, which opened earlier this year.CD Curtain Contracts Ltd were appointed to manufacture and install all curtains to 1,021 rooms and suites at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, the single largest new-build hotel in London. Working closely with Park Plaza (Europe), CD Curtain Contracts Ltd, ensured the installation was completed smoothly and on time.

    Both business and leisure guests will appreciate the contemporary guest rooms in addition to a choice of 54 suites and penthouses. Spacious Superior Rooms measure an average of 27 square metres while Studio Rooms, which provide a separate sitting room ideal for families, average approximately 36 square metres. Guest room features include 37-inch LCD flat-screen televisions, bedside lighting controls with dimmers, a workstation with international electrical outlets and a mini-bar with separate refrigerator. Sleek bathrooms provide separate bathtubs and glass-enclosed showers, vessel sinks, under-counter night lights and makeup mirrors.

    Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London is located at the foot of Westminster Bridge, only steps from the city’s most iconic attractions. Four minutes away, along the South Bank of the River Thames, guests will find unique attractions and a thriving arts community. The most visited attraction in London, the London Eye, is at the heart of the action. Also minutes away are the London Sea Life Aquarium, South Bank Centre and the National Theatre. A stroll across Westminster Bridge is Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Walk a few minutes further and find Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and Covent Garden. Nearby transportation links include both London Overground and Underground lines at Waterloo and Westminster stations.

    Image credit: Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

    Daniel Fountain / 19.10.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs

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