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Radisson Blu Edwardian, New Providence Wharf Four Star


On a peaceful bend of the Thames lies a sleek riverside retreat designed for relaxation and clear thinking. Bedrooms are elegantly minimalist, business facilities are cutting edge. Though you’re minutes from Canary Wharf, ExCel, The O2 and City Airport, this is a place to take time out. There’s a waterside terrace perfect for al fresco dining, and East River Spa is a blissful urban hideaway.

The 169 spacious bedrooms and suites, including the stunning 7th floor Penthouse, are understated, contemporary and filled with natural light. Generous sized bedrooms benefit from Bang Olufsen TVs, MP3 connectivity and laptop safes as well as a separate bath and shower.

Scoff & Banter restaurant features a menu of contemporary seasonal British dishes made with the freshest ingredients. The spacious dining room has floor to ceiling windows while the extensive riverside al fresco terrace is the perfect place to chill-out and lounge.

East River Spa is the place to escape the pressures of city life. With the very latest Technogym equipment, the gym has impressive views of the city and Canary Wharf, while there are also great views across the river from the relaxation room’s Hammam mineral beds.

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Nightly rate: £92.65 to £690.00 (USD135.37) per room

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Radisson Blu Edwardian, New Providence Wharf

5 Fairmont Avenue
E14 9PQ
+44 (0)20 7987 2050
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DLR: East India


Catering Facilities
Children Facilities
Children welcome
Event Facilities
Conference rooms / Meeting rooms
General Facilities
Ironing facilities
Leisure Facilities
Indoor pool
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Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Radisson Blu Edwardian, New Providence Wharf

4.0 out of 5 26 February 2015
by Andy G.

Well, came here for dinner with family and its an impressive venue with impressive views as per the picture. A little tip for some if these places, especially this location, is to ask for the set menu as its much better value. Decent portions and well balanced. Shame the Guinness in cans though. Not too many draughts to choose from but a fair selection of spirits and wines/champagne. Nice...more

4.0 out of 5 14 November 2013
by Chris B.

I have stayed here a few times now for business and am very pleased. The staff is very friendly. Not very many food options immediately nearby. Most are a hike, however the Italian spot down the street is good. Your in for a headless surprise in your room... Hopefully it's the gender of your liking. I would stay here again.more

4.0 out of 5 17 December 2012
by Mathieu P.

I went to the Radisson restaurant some months ago with my brother as I visited him for a week-end !

The staff was very pleasant and the atmosphere quite cosy. I am French and I pay a lot attention to food quality. Here, dishes were very tasty and a large choice of wine was much appreciated.

To sum up, nice time in a nice place with nice people :) !more

2.0 out of 5 10 December 2012
by Carl F.

This is a relativly new hotel, as is just about everthing in this area. Since it's new, the lobby is in good shape as is the exercise equipment, and for the most part the rooms and common areas still have that spark of newness. The only exception of some maintenance needed is in the bathroom, as the shower floor the paint was chipping off which is clearly visiable in the pic I posted....more

1.0 out of 5 17 July 2012
by Giovani X.

Old review: Decent hotel with four stars, has nice rooms but a lot of disgusting smells from paint jobs. Wifi not working all the time and log in via email is pain in the *. Airconditioning also not working all the time and difficult to manage.

Update: now even showers do not work, really bad and incapable management of this problem makes things even worse.more

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