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On a peaceful bend of the River Thames, this luxury 4-Star hotel is in London’s Docklands, close to Canary Wharf. East India station, on the Docklands Light Railway, is just 0.3 miles away. It is on the borders of Travelcard Zones 2 and 3. Blackwall DLR station is 0.4 miles away. Canary Wharf Underground and DLR stations are 0.8 miles away, on the Jubilee Line, between Canada Water and North Greenwich, as well as on the DLR. The nearest mainline railway station is Limehouse, 1.7 miles away. London City Airport is 3.0 miles away and can be reached via the DLR or with a 10-minute taxi ride. The area is outside the London Congestion Charge Zone for cars. The hotel is very close to the A13 main road and the Blackwall Tunnel, which crosses the River Thames. By riverboat, a commuter river service links Canary Wharf with Embankment. The Storm Clipper and Hurricane Clipper run between Embankment, London Bridge, Canary Wharf and Masthouse Terrace pier in Docklands throughout the day. Cars and bicycles can be parked in the hotel’s basement car park, for which charges apply.
About Radisson Edwardian New Providence Wharf Hotel
Radisson Edwardian New Providence Wharf Hotel is designed to be a riverside retreat for relaxation and clear thinking, whether you are doing business in Docklands or are in London for sightseeing. The O2 Arena is just across the Thames and can be reached via the Blackwall Tunnel or public transport. Other nearly attractions include Poplar Dock Marina (0.2 miles away), Docklands Sailing Club and Watersports Centre (1.5 miles), ExCeL exhibition centre (1.7 miles) and the Museum of London Docklands (1.3 miles). The Olympic Stadium and the Aquatic Centre in Stratford are easy to get to by car or public transport and you can reach London’s West End shops or Westfield Stratford City, Europe's largest shopping centre, on the Jubilee Line or DLR. To see London’s famous landmarks from the river, you can catch a river bus on a route past Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.
Bedrooms are elegantly minimalist at Radisson Edwardian New Providence Wharf Hotel. The 169 individually designed bedrooms are generously sized with integral workspaces, Bang & Olufsen televisions and in-room entertainment systems with satellite channels and pay-per-view movies. Many of the bedrooms enjoy views of the Thames. The hotel has 124 superior double and twin bedrooms, 28 deluxe double bedrooms, 16 one-bedroom suites and a luxury penthouse suite. The guest rooms have en-suite wet rooms with a separate bath and shower, complimentary wireless internet access, MP3 connectivity, mini bar and laptop-size safe, tea and coffee-making facilities, trouser press, iron and ironing board. All bedrooms and suites have air-conditioning. Eight bedrooms have disabled facilities for wheelchair users, hearing impaired and visually impaired guests. The larger bathrooms have showers only, for improved mobility.
For dining, the hotel’s Azura Restaurant offers seasonal British food. There is also a cocktail bar and an outdoor riverside terrace with spectacular views the Thames. The East River Spa has a sauna and steam room as well as showers and a relaxation room.
Business users can make use of the hotel’s seven meeting rooms, including a conference suite with break-out rooms holding up to 200. Each meeting room and event venue has air conditioning, natural daylight plus the latest AV technology. Business features include complimentary wireless internet access, complimentary web printing service throughout the hotel, analogue and digital phones, direct-dial telephone numbers and in-hotel mobile phones available on request. The hotel runs several airline and partner loyalty programmes and a courtesy shuttle service.
Concierge services include a shuttle bus, theatre and sightseeing bookings, baggage storage, flower arrangements, car hire and charged valet parking. The hotel is also part of the Green Tourism Business Scheme.