The 121-bedroom hotel has undergone a “major transformation” to all areas including the extension of the reception area resulting in a new open plan lobby.
The 360 Restaurant and Bar has also been refreshed to allow its ‘circle concept’, a universal symbol of earth, further conveyed with the 360 restaurant’s central, oval-shaped bar and oval-shaped tables.
In addition, all of the function rooms have been re-designed and renovated to include “state of the art” AV equipment and a marble foyer breakout area. The five on-site meeting rooms have been reworked to accommodate groups as small as 10 or as large as 250.
Rishu Roshan, general manager at Crowne Plaza London Kingston, said: “Crowne Plaza London Kingston will allow guests to make the most of their visit to Kingston or London. Surbiton railway station, with fast services to central London, is five minutes away by car and 15 mins walking distance. Guests on business or leisure can easily explore the sites of the city.
“We look forward to welcoming guests to our hotel and helping them have a comfortable and productive stay.”