Crowne Plaza London-The City
19 New Bridge Street London, EC4V 6DB GB
London Area: City
7 customer reviews Crowne Plaza London-The City
203 rooms, 7 floors
Crowne Plaza London-The City offers both business and leisure travelers deluxe accommodation and convenient access to the citys major business districts and landmarks. Located in Londons historic Square Mile and on Blackfriars stations doorstep, the hotel is minutes from some of Londons most famous attractions such as The London Eye and St Paul's Cathedral.
The 203 elegantly decorated guest rooms and suites have recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel. A dedicated concierge team will be happy to assist with theatre and restaurant bookings. In addition to complimentary access to fitness facilities, guests can enjoy a jogging trail along the River Thames with breathtaking views.
For first-class dinning opportunities, choose from either our celebrated Italian restaurant, Diciannove, serving up a taste of the Mediterranean, or the Chinese Cricket Club offering a mouth-watering range of Sichuan specialties. Complete your dining experience with a cocktail at Voltaire Bar.
Choose from our Italian restaurant, Diciannove for a taste of the Mediterranean, or the Chinese Cricket Club for modern Sichuan cuisine. Enjoy champagne and cocktails at the new Voltaire bar and all day dining in the City Lounge.
Diciannove serves up a taste of Italy in the City. A popular choice at Crowne Plaza London The City hotel, the restaurant is a showcase for traditional, regional foods. From delicious pasta to steak and chips with an Italian twist, Diciannove brings the best and freshest style of Mediterranean dining to the City.
Chinese Cricket Club
For a superb taste of the Orient in the vibrant city of London, look no further than Chinese Cricket Club. Set against a sophisticated backdrop, Chinese Cricket Club offers a delectable range of Sichuan and Dim Sum specialities with a modern twist. The restaurant is named in honour of the Chinese National Cricket team, who in 2009 played their first international match and also commemorates the recent translation of the laws of cricket into Mandarin by the Asian Cricket Council.
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