The Spa at InterContinental London – The O2
The Spa at InterContinental London – The O2, North Greenwich
from £39 per night
Enjoy a stay at The Spa at InterContinental London – The O2 in North Greenwich. Here you can find award winning spa facilities. Book today with special offers, spa deals & breaks!
About The Spa at InterContinental London – The O2
The Spa at InterContinental London – The O2 has luxurious fittings with rugs, mosaic tiles and chandeliers. The decor has been inspired by Greenwich’s maritime history.
This full-service spa includes a range of EPSA treatments from massages, facials, body treatments, manicures and pedicures.
This spa is spaciously chic with 1,000sqm of relaxation space, eight treatment rooms, a sauna, steam room and relaxation room. There is also a fitness space, 17m indoor swimming pool with jacuzzi, cannon neck massage jets and pool-side loungers.
This hotel has 453 luxury rooms that are spread over 18 floors, all offering views of Canary Wharf, the river or the O2. Colour schemes in the rooms are neutral with navy blue, white linens and brown leather headboards.
The technology in rooms is up to date with a smart television that links through to the bathroom with speakers and a touch-screen pad that controls everything in the room. The bathrooms offer sleek granite, spacious showers and bathtubs and Anne Semenonin products.
- Room service
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Fitness centre
- Steam room/hammam
- Walking distance to O2 Arena
Spa day from £39 per person
The Intercontinental London is a stone’s throw away from the O2 Arena on the Greenwich Peninsula. There is a covered walkway in the hotel lobby which leads you from your room to the venue within 10 minutes walk. Also nearby is the Emirates Air Line zips over the Thames to ExCel London. Other nearby popular attractions include the Cutty Sark, Olympic Stadium and Royal Observatory.
There are fast links to London’s West End and London City Airport via the Jubilee Line and the Thames Clipper. The hotel is also a five-minute walk from Greenwich North underground station and Greenwich pier for riverboat access.
Style & character
This Intercontinental London Hotel was built in 2015 and has a classy, business-like feeling to it with a nautical theme (fitting for its setting on the Thames). There are porthole-shaped windows and downstairs you can find stacks of luggage and a cabinet of globes and brass nautical compasses in the Meridian Lounge.
Service and facilities
Prompt and friendly service.
Access for guests with disabilities?
Yes, 11 accessible rooms.
Yes, there is a two-bedroom suite for families and also family packages available.
Food & drink
The Eighteen Bar on the top floor is perfect for views over the Canary Wharf skyline. This bar is perfect for cocktails before a concert. Grab a drink and light, Asian-inspired snacks.
Breakfast can be enjoyed at the Market Brasserie, where there is a buffet available. You can also enjoy a brasserie-style all-day menu here – steak, fish, pizza or a two-course pre-show menu from 5.00pm to 6.30pm.
The Peninsula restaurant offers European-style fine dining. This menu offers dishes like yellowfin tuna tartare, ricotta gnocchi, crisp suckling pig, roast squab pigeon and roasted halibut. There is also a fantastic cheese board!
1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10 0TW
Great Stay & Brilliant Location Staff were terrific at the hotel all of them wanting to help and all with a smile on their face. Room was really large and with lots of amenities. Excellent and would definitely recommend and return when next in London.Mobile1044898142912/24/2018
Great hotel, great location We managed to get a deal whereby we paid less than the normal rate. The InterContinental is a 6 minute walk to the O2 Arena and over looks The Thames and The City of London. We had a fantastic room, which was really well equipped. We had drinks in the bar on the 18th floor, cocktails are good but expensive at around £16.00 a glass, beer is less expensive, at £6 a bottle. The staff in the hotel were all very helpful & friendly.Patrick E12/23/2018
Perfect stay From the moment walking through reception, to the chauffeur to the tube - impeccable service.The room was large - clean - excellent touches with toiletries which included 2 mini mouth washes!cocktails in top bar were lovely (London prices) -and our server had menus we could look at and then he booked a table for us.the food at Michelin star restaurant was phenomenal (3 courses £35 each).went to gig at O2 - through the "secret tunnel" directly into venue (and back out again at end of night) - so avoiding all the queues.bar for nightcap was full on top floor, but went to first floor - the only downside was £26 for 2 whiskey (Jack Daniels) and coke - which was slightly pricey - especially for JD!chauffeur in the morning to take us back all of 3 mins walk to tube - very decedent! overall - if booked in advance - excellent value for money. beautiful hotel. friendly and knowledgeable staff - really made the night special. would definitely recommend.LouJ100112/24/2018
Unforgettable customer service! Stayed at Intercontinental for one night last night, superb service!! From the minute we walked in, free upgrade! Provided with dental and shaving accessories which I forgot to take! Staff really interested to make sure all is tip top (especially at breakfast paying attention why you not driving the coffee? Is it something wrong with it) Polite responses across all roles! Really really impressed! Price for the room also very reasonable! 10/10bart_geeza12/22/2018
Good Facility & Management: Use of Trainees Should Be Examined I enjoyed the facility. The view from the room I had was lovely. It overlooked the water and also provided lovely nighttime views from the lights of Canary Wharf. The room was well laid out and functional. Any sense of luxury though is only limited to the bathrooms which are beautifully done.The only downside for me was the use of trainees at the front-desk who had not yet learnt the common courtesies. As an example I had to book an additional day as I arrived a day earlier than planned. As a result I was told I'd have to have my key reprogrammed. As it happened I had a guest come by for a meeting the next morning so after see him off I headed to the counter to get the reprogramming done. It was after noon so I knew I wouldn't be able to regain access.At the counter I was informed, by a staff I am assuming was a trainee to accommodate her behaviour, that without ID she would not reprogram the key I had just handed her. She made further demands for ID to which I could only repeatedly respond that I hadn't carried any down. In my view she could simply have asked me to verify some information that the hotel or IHG held on me. She could have politely asked to have me accompanied to the room to verify my ID. Rather I was treated as though I was an imposter. Finally the staff decided to confer with another employee who simply asked her to confirm my post code. Following this, there was no apology from her, none from the employee she conferred with and as I didn't make a complaint none from the management.I had a similar issue with the hotel at check in and was pleasantly surprised when within ten minutes of completing the hotel's feedback form as part of signing into the WiFi I received a call from the management apologising for and addressing the lapse. I do very much admire the management systems in place at this hotel and the facility is lovely. I would recommend that to ensure customers receive the full benefit of all that has been invested in delivering those two trainees should receive a bit more instruction before being put in front of guests.iyamson12/23/2018
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