Combine your stay at the Holiday Inn London Kensington Forum with a night in London's nearby West End. Our helpful Concierge can suggest popular plays and musicals and make reservations for you. Hotel is ideal for retail therapy with Westfield Shopping Centre and Harrod's in easy reach from the hotel.
Book our Park and Fly Package to leave your car at Holiday Inn Express London-Luton Airport while you jet off abroad. The good-value deal includes one night's accommodation and secure hotel parking for 4, 8 or 15 days. Hotel highlights include free Wi-Fi and free breakfast.
In a quiet Edwardian terrace in Marylebone, Holiday Inn Oxford Circus is a 2-minute walk from London's famous Oxford Street. The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, a mini-gym and a restaurant. The bright and airy bedrooms have air conditioning and Wi-Fi access. All rooms feature a work desk and a satellite TV with on-demand movies, and each has a private modern bathroom.
Ask our Concierge at Holiday Inn London-Regent's Park to book taxis and help you plan days out in the capital. We keep tickets for some of the city's biggest attractions behind the desk, like Madame Tussauds and popular West End musicals.
Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury's well-placed location is worth taking advantage of. You're a few minutes' walk from dozens of bus routes, and just 50 metres from Russell Square underground station for Piccadilly line Tube trains. Vibrant Covent Garden is 10 minutes away on foot.
Be captivated on a day out at London Zoo. Our terrific Zoo Package combines your accommodation and breakfast at Holiday Inn London-Camden Lock with queue-jump tickets for 2 adults to the fascinating London Zoo, a 10-minute walk away.
All amenities were working. Place was extremely clean. Design of room allowed one to be very comfortable. Everything showed great quality. As this was my last hotel after 3 weeks of travel- it made a[More]
wonderful end to my trip. [Less]
Overall, a fantastic property with excellent staff and a location that can't be beaten.
Only hiccup we found was the signature restaurant being closed on a Sunday was a bit disappointing; bearing in[More]
mind the lack of other options at this property when faced with this.
"Closed on Sunday" is a very British tradition,granted, but not a very "Intercontinental" thing to do - in my opinion.
No real harm done, and would still highly recommend this property.