Wembley - Brent Area Hotel

Wembley – Brent Area Hotel

Wembley – Brent Area Hotel

This Wembley – Brent area hotel, just north east of the capital, is ideal for both business travellers and city breakers seeking more refined, low-key suburban accommodation. Hotwire customers can take advantage of exclusive Hot Rate deals on spacious, beautifully finished double en-suite guest rooms in this excellent 4* hotel. Those in London on business can take advantage of the extensive onsite business centre and professional services, whilst holidaymakers can relax in the tranquil indoor pool and adjacent fitness centre. Hotel guests are also encouraged to indulge in a la carte dining or an exotic cocktail in the hotel restaurant. The hotel counts free high speed Wi-Fi internet and a laundry service as some of its other convenient onsite amenities.

Synonymous with dramatic football finals courtesy of its vast stadium, Wembley is renowned as the host of some of the world’s major sporting and entertainment events. With an astonishing 90,000 seats, Wembley stadium is the second largest of its kind in Europe and has held FA Cup Finals as well as concerts by the likes of Madonna, Coldplay and Rihanna. This Hot Rate hotel is ideal for guests intending to attend Wembley for a match or concert owing to its close proximity to the famous venue which is just a few minutes’ away via car or dedicated bus routes.

Adjacent to the stadium complex is the Wembley Arena, another major entertainment venue. Originally built in 1934 as an Olympic swimming pool, the Arena today is the third largest indoor concert arena in the country with 12,500 seats. The Arena is notable for its equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, widely dubbed the ‘Square of Fame’, which is now a popular tourist attraction and photo opportunity in its own right.

The Wembley area is served by both the Bakerloo and Metropolitan underground lines, as well as the London overground; meaning that hotel guests are only ever a few minutes from one of the most vibrant metropolises in the world. Tourists can navigate the city’s extensive tube system to explore London’s most iconic historic landmarks and attractions with ease. From the famously affluent shopping streets of Kensington and Chelsea to the shimmering skyscrapers surrounding St Paul’s in the City, guests are free to explore and experience the capital. Numerous bus routes operate 24 hours a day, allowing hotel guests to sample some of the city’s electric nightlife and gastronomic meccas.