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The best hotels in Wembley

Our pick of the best hotels in Wembley, ideal for sports fans and music lovers

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101 Things to do in London: Wembley Stadium

Hear Wembley, think stadium and arena. But there’s more to this corner of north-west London than high-profile sports games and sell-out gigs - which means a list of the best hotels in Wembley could come in handy. Wembley Park is now home to the London Designer Outlet, which boasts shops, a string of popular restaurants and bars, a nine-screen cinema and attractive green spaces, while unusual landmarks like Neasden Temple and Churchill’s Underground Bunker are mere minutes away. Let’s be honest though, the iconic sports and music venues are what draws the crowds. If you need somewhere to lay your head after a tense international match or a comedy show, here’s our pick of the best hotels in Wembley.

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The best hotels in Wembley

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Novotel London Wembley

Wembley

This modern hotel is fuss-free, with sleek, simple rooms in calming colours and 24-hour room service. While the restaurant offers a simple international menu that’ll please even the fussiest of eaters, suites come with their own kitchenettes if you’d rather self cater. Family rooms are also available, and children under the age of 16 stay, play and eat breakfast at the hotel for free.

Ibis Wembley
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ibis London Wembley

Wembley

For a no-frills, budget-friendly base, this 210-room hotel is ideal. The rooms are clean and basic, while the communal spaces are stylish but simple. You get what you pay for – there are no added extras, but it is two minutes from Wembley rail station and a few steps away from the historic Wembley Arena.

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Holiday Inn London - Wembley

Wembley

You know what you’re getting with a Holiday Inn: comfortable, convenient accommodation without a painful price tag. Blackout blinds and a pillow menu promise a good night’s sleep, that’s just a few minutes walk from the stadium and arena. This branch also features a fitness centre, pool, sauna and steam room as well as a various international menu options in The Arch Restaurant.

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