Park Hyatt London River Thames

One of the best London riverside hotels


One of London’s best riverside hotels, Park Hyatt London River Thames is perfect for discerning travelers looking for an authentic London experience and a comfortable stay that feels like home. The stunning river views, signature Charlie Whinney pieces and convenient location in the heart of London makes it an ideal launchpad to explore the city, with nearby attractions like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Tate Britain, Battersea Park, Sloane Square and Kings Road.

Amenities
  • On-Site Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Business Services
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Rooms + Suites

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At Park Hyatt London River Thames, there are 203 tastefully designed and comfortable rooms and suites for guests to stay at, including a mega suite and presidential suite. Equipped with modern amenities and views of the city and riverside, each room creates a tranquil ambiance ideal for both rest and work.

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Spa & Fitness Centre

Park Hyatt London River Thames Fitness Centre

Spa & Fitness Centre

Guests can have a relaxing time at the luxurious and indulgent spa at Park Hyatt London River Thames. The hotel provides a fitness centre, fully equipped with the latest gym technology for full body training. The indoor pool is also a must-visit during one’s stay.

Dining

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Dining

When it comes to dining, Park Hyatt London River Thames has plenty of places to choose from. The all-day dining restaurant offers fresh meals across all cuisines with both à la carte and buffet options. The Asian restaurant promises delicious, authentic flavour. And when evening comes, the wine bar makes for the ideal setting to unwind with its lively ambiance and delicious cocktails and finger food.
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