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Westin Hotels and Resorts announces November opening

The hotel comprises nine distinct apartments with ‘extensive river-facing views’, 1,060 square metres of meeting and events space, five meeting rooms, a ballroom, and a spa

Westin City London is set to open in November 2021, marking the Westin Hotels and Resorts brand debut in the UK.

The hotel is part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 brands, and it is owned by the 4C Hotel Group and managed by RBH

Westin City London is the final part of the Thames Path, connecting the Embankment and the Tower of London, allowing guests easy access to the capital.

The new hotel offers 222 guest rooms and a “prime riverfront location” on the north bank of the River Thames. 

It comprises nine distinct apartments with “extensive river-facing views” and 1,060 square metres of meeting and events space. Westin Hotels and Resorts will also include a ballroom, five meeting rooms, and a spa. 

Heavenly Spa is spread across 370 square metres, with six treatment rooms, and a 12-metre indoor pool which has been constructed around the archaeological remains of the Huggin Hill Bathhouse below.

The hotel “answers to the growing global demand for well-being among travellers”, said the Westin Hotels and Resorts brand.

Sandra Schulze-Potgieter, vice president of Premium and Select Brands at Marriott International, said: “Integrating wellbeing more holistically into our lifestyle has never been more important and we’re thrilled to be debuting the Westin Hotels and Resorts brand in the UK. 

“Not only will the hotel set a new precedent for wellness in the capital, but its prime riverfront location will become a destination for locals, tourists and bleisure travellers alike, offering incredible access to the city and its copious offerings.”

Alex Dallocchio, general manager at The Westin London City, said: “Following more than a year of no travel for many, I’m delighted to be welcoming guests back to the City with such an exciting new opening, there truly has never been a better time to visit London and experience its copious offerings.”

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