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Park Plaza Hotels (Radisson) offering £99 London / €89 Amsterdam REFUNDABLE sale deals

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I mentioned Park Plaza Westminster Bridge in my article today on whether you should buy Radisson Rewards points with a 100% bonus.  I though it was worthwhile giving this Radisson Rewards flash sale a mention.

For 48 hours – until midnight on Friday 5th – you can book two very smart Park Plaza Hotels for a flat (and fully refundable) rate.

You can book here.  You need to use the ‘See rooms’ buttons at the very bottom of the page.

The hotels are:

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London (reviewed here, picture below) – £99

Park Plaza Victoria, Amsterdam – €89 + city tax

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge flash sale

Here is the small print:

You need to book via this special page of the Radisson website using the ‘See rooms’ link at the bottom

You can stay until 30th September

All bookings are fully refundable up to 48 hours before arrival

I assume that bookings qualify for Radisson Rewards points as usual.   If you have American Express Platinum, you will get your standard Radisson Rewards Gold benefits, assuming that you registered.

In London, you can upgrade to a larger studio room – with an external rather than an atrium view – for an extra £10.  I would strongly recommend this – it is the same room type I had when I reviewed the hotel.

In Amsterdam, you can upgrade to an Executive Room for an additional €10.  This gets you a far larger room with additional amenities.

You can book until 5th June.  Note that it appears you need to email the hotels directly to cancel rather than being able to do it online.

You MUST use the ‘See rooms’ booking link at the bottom right of this page of the Radisson site to see these special rates.

Radisson Rewards credit card uk

Earning Radisson Rewards points via UK credit cards

As a reminder, you can earn Radisson Rewards points by converting Membership Rewards points earned from selected UK American Express cards.  These include:

American Express Preferred Rewards Gold – 10,000 Membership Rewards points (= 30,000 Radisson Rewards points) sign-up bonus

The Platinum Card from American Express – 30,000 Membership Rewards points (= 90,000 Radisson Rewards points) sign-up bonus

American Express Rewards credit card – 5,000 Membership Rewards points (= 15,000 Radisson Rewards points) sign-up bonus

It is worth noting that holders of The Platinum Card receive free Radisson Rewards Gold status for as long as they hold the card.  It also comes with Hilton Honors Gold, Marriott Bonvoy Gold, Shangri-La Golden Circle Jade and Melia Rewards Gold status.  We reviewed American Express Platinum in detail here.

Membership Rewards points convert at 1:3 into Radisson Rewards points which is a very attractive rate.  The cards above all earn 1 Amex point per £1 spent on your card, which converts to 3 Radisson Rewards points.

(Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from the major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Promos’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)

Comments (80)

  • Travel Strong says:

    Just booked the Amsterdam property successfully at 8:30pm Sat … and also booked a Delta flight from AMS to SLC for 100k virgin miles + 440EU. Delta One biz class both ways.

    Not only a bargain, but a perfect resolution to a cancelled ex-LHR flight!

    … I now sit and wait, and hope that Holland and the USA open back up to the British in time!

  • JohnT says:

    Offer still open now (09.44 Sun)

  • ChrisC says:

    “Amsterdam has risen to €97 but London remains £99.”

    The AMS base rate is still 89.

    It’s 97 with the city tax and that’s been the case since the offer appeared.

    • Rob says:

      Aha. They weren’t showing the city tax element on the home page last week, that’s why.

  • Harry T says:

    Has anyone received a reply from the hotel when emailing to cancel? I naively assumed Radisson IT would be incompetent and made speculative bookings for a fair few weekends. Now I can’t cancel them using the website or app (pretty poor when you compare to the Hilton, IHG or Bonvoy app).

  • Sam says:

    From the cheeky front desk staff at London to the doggy cancellation procedures…hmm maybe there’s a reason why the rooms are still not sold out and are still bookable…

  • ChrisC says:

    Just in any case people do need to cancel I did need to cancel Amsterdam and found the process to be quite simple – though being able to cancel in the app / website would obviously be better.

    I’d made a mistake in the dates so I sent an email late Friday to the listed email in the booking (it’s the generic ‘info’ address for the hotel) with the booking reference in the subject line and a few words saying I wanted to cancel.

    Got an email this morning (from central bookings) confirming the cancellation and it is reflected in the app as well.