Whether you’re here for the culture, to see a show, to shop till you drop, see friends or even if you’re on business and need somewhere to get a good night’s rest after a busy day, our range of London hotels is perfect for you. Our locations are dotted around the city both in Inner and Outer London and within walking distance of most major attractions and business centres.
London is, of course, very well connected and is the central hub for most of the country’s major train routes as well as the UK’s motorway network with no fewer than 9 different motorways intersecting the M25 orbital. The capital is also served by 5 international airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City.
London’s skyline is instantly recognisable throughout the world. There are the traditional and historic landmarks: the Palace of Westminster and the Elizabeth Tower housing the world famous Big Ben, the crossings over the River Thames such as Tower Bridge, and the spectacular Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, to name but a few. Then there are the more modern additions to the landscape: the Gherkin, the London Eye, the skyscrapers in the City, the O2 (formerly the Millennium Dome) and many more.
There is probably a shorter list of what you can’t do in London as opposed to what you can do. As one of Britain’s, Europe’s and even the World’s most important cultural centres, whatever you’re interested in, London has something for everyone. If Museums are your thing, London has hundreds to choose from and amongst those that certainly should not be overlooked are the British Museum, which houses the Rosetta Stone, the Natural History Museum where visitors can see dinosaur skeletons and a full-size blue whale, and the world’s largest urban museum; the Museum of London, which tells the story of the city throughout time.
Art lovers will not want to miss out on a visit to the world-renowned galleries that the capital has to offer. London has everything from works by the Old Masters to modern art, sculptures and photography. The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square is crammed with outstanding works of art from names such as Van Gogh, da Vinci, Renoir, Constable and many more. The Tate Modern on the banks of the Thames is Britain’s centre for modern and contemporary art and has pieces by celebrated artists such as Damien Hirst.
Live concerts, theatre, opera and ballet are all at home in London. Visit London’s West End to take in a musical at the Lyceum or the Palladium. Live music lovers could do worse than see their favourite acts at the enormous O2 arena or one of London’s other favourite music venues such as Brixton Academy or the phenomenal Union Chapel. If you’re looking for something truly special, book in at the Royal Opera House to see a ballet or opera performance or visit the Royal Albert Hall during the BBC Proms season in the Summer.
If shopping is your thing, London offers a unique experience. You can browse the bustling shops of Oxford Street, Europe’s busiest shopping street, or take in the exclusive names in Bond Street. The Westfield shopping centres - one in White City, and the bigger of the two in Stratford, near the Olympic Park - are amongst the biggest in the UK and have everything from high street regulars and restaurants to cinema complexes. However, any shopping visit to London would not be complete without a visit to one of its incredible markets. Camden Market is the place to go for something uniquely alternative, whereas Borough market, with its vast range of fresh produce, is an absolute must for food lovers.
London is home to England’s national football stadium, Wembley. The city also boasts no fewer than 13 teams plying their trade in England’s professional leagues, making it a football fan’s paradise. Twickenham, England’s national rugby stadium and Lord’s, the home of English cricket, are located in Greater London making it the ideal location for any sporting pilgrimage.
Whatever your reasons for visiting Britain’s biggest city, our London hotels are ideally located to meet your needs and we’ll ensure that you can really unwind after a busy day.
If you're flying from London Heathrow Airport, you can have peace of mind and take advantage of our popular Park, Stay and Go packages. These include one night's accommodation at the Holiday Inn London-Heathrow hotel and car parking for up to 15 days. Please be mindful that there are multiple Holiday Inn hotels in the local area. Please ensure you have the correct address before embarking.
Located on the grounds of Epsom Racecourse, 2 miles from Epsom town centre, you will find our wooden chalet style exterior in keeping with the peaceful rural surroundings. On race days you can even watch the horses being groomed at the stables behind the hotel.
Combine your stay at the Holiday Inn London Shepperton with a visit to one of the many local attractions, approximately 7 miles to the famous rugby grounds of Twickenham and only 8 miles to Thorpe Park’s thrilling themed rides. Guests of the Holiday Inn London Shepperton enjoy complimentary use of the hotel leisure facilities.
The hotel is located less than five minutes’ walk from Watford Junction station, a central hub to London and beyond. Our famous innovatively designed Open Lobby has ample electrical outlets and a diverse space to relax in. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and we proudly serve Starbucks in the Lobby making it the perfect place to work or socialize in a casual atmosphere.
Our recently refurbished and modern Holiday Inn London Heathrow T5 is located in the historic village of Colnbrook and Poyle. We offer 119 superior bedrooms, restaurant, bar, a meeting room and a 24-hour gym. Take the time to enjoy our Open Lobby a place where you can eat drink meet and work wind down and have fun. We are served by the Heathrow Hoppa H57/H59 to Terminals 4&5 (at a surcharge)
The good-value Day Delegate Package at Holiday Inn Express London-Heathrow T5 includes use of our meeting room, presentation materials, and wireless Internet for your trainer. Book our 24-hour rate to enjoy a hearty dinner followed by a comfortable night's sleep.
We are very close to Warner Brothers Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter, and right next door to Watford Junction Station, where you can take a train to central London or Wembley Stadium in under 20 minutes.
Holiday Inn Express Slough's convenient location beside Slough train station means you can get to Windsor in 6 minutes and central London in 15 minutes by direct train. Breakfast included with items including sausage, beans and scrambled egg is a great way to start your day.
Our great-value Park and Fly packages allow you to leave your car parked at Holiday Inn Slough-Windsor while you jet out of Heathrow Airport. Get more out of your stay with our money-saving Legoland Package, combining accommodation with tickets to the park.
Avoid the hassle and enjoy a good night’s sleep before you travel with Park, Stay and Go. We offer a range of competitive park and stay packages for 4, 8, 15 or 21 days. Parking at Gatwick Airport has never been easier.
Overnight parking is also available to residents at a charge of £10.00 per night.
Our Conference and Meeting Centre which can hold up to 300 delegates and enviable town centre location, with on-site parking has been designed to cater to all your business needs. All rooms have A/C and are sound-proofed. Each room has natural day light with blackout facilities if needed. Wi-Fi is available throughout.
Stay in shape at the Holiday Inn Maidstone-Sevenoaks hotel's Spirit Health Club. You can do laps in the indoor heated swimming pool and work out in the gym. Unwind with a sauna and steam, and book beauty treatments.
With our Park and Fly Package, leave your car in our barrier secured car park, which boasts over 300 parking spaces. Take the hassle out of airport parking by checking in and relaxing before jetting off from Luton Airport, only a 10 minute drive away.
Fees for transfers to airport apply.
Test your nerve on the Rage rollercoaster at the fun-filled Adventure Island theme park in sunny Southend-on-Sea. Why not take a relaxing walk or train ride along the longest pleasure pier in the world accessible from the centre of Southend sea front.