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Situated on the South Bank of the River Thames and adjacent to County Hall, Park Plaza County Hall London is a short walk from many of the city’s top attractions, including the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.

Nearby Stations

  • Underground stations – Waterloo (Jubilee, Bakerloo, Northern and Waterloo & City lines), Westminster (Jubilee, District & Circle Line)
  • Overground stations – Vauxhall and Waterloo (South Western Railway)
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Parking is available on site through out third party valet service.

Up to 2 hours – £20.00
Up to 2 hours parking for vans – £25.00

Up to 4 hours – £30.00 
Up to 4 hours parking for vans – £45.00

Up to 8 hours – £40.00  
Up to 8 hours parking for vans – £60.00

Up to 24 hours – £50.00
Up to 24 hour parking for vans – £80.00

It is the responsibility of the car owner to pay the congestion charge, not the Hotel or Valet Parking.

Please note:
The Hotel is within the London Congestion Charge Area.
Pre-booking and pre-payment is strongly advisable to avoid disappointment.

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