The London Marriott Hotel County Hall review
Centrally located on London’s South Bank at the foot of Westminster Bridge, the five-star London Marriott Hotel County Hall offers a range of meeting and event spaces in beautifully restored rooms, overlooking Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and the River Thames.
The hotel, an ‘Edwardian Baroque’-style building built by Ralph Knott and formerly home to the London County Council and Greater London Council, has 10 meeting and event rooms with more than 717 sqm of space, boasting intelligent design and technological capabilities.
The hotel is also the perfect location for a city wedding, boasting an enviable London cityscape backdrop, an experienced catering team and accommodation for guests on the banks of the River Thames.
The London Marriott Hotel County Hall is a Grade II listed building with little changes from the original architecture, with the oak-covered walls nearly 100 years old marked by the English Heritage Foundation.
From being struck by a bomb in World War II to the infamous political battles between Ken Livingstone of the Greater London Council and Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government during the 1980s, County Hall has certainly been stamped by history.
As part of the hotels multi-million pound renovation, the event spaces and meeting rooms have been refreshed, but still retain their heritage and grandeur.