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Holiday Inn Express London Luton Airport

† 4408719021622

† 2 Percival Way† Luton† LU2 9GP† United Kingdom

lowest avg nightly rate
0.25 Mile(s) To Airport

A smart, good-value¬†hotel close to Luton Airport, with¬†free WiFi and included breakfast Less than 10 minutes' walk to Luton Airport (LTN), the Holiday Inn Express¬ģ London - Luton Airport hotel¬†is your springboard to Europe. If you are flying out, the hotel's Park, Stay & Go package allows you to set off refreshed, leaving your car in the hotel's parking lot.¬†A¬†public bus service outside leaves regularly for the airport. For holiday makers, the attractions of central London¬†are only 45 minutes away by train with Luton Airport Parkway train station a brief shuttle ride away. Shoppers will love¬†the¬†boutiques and high street brands of the Mall Luton. While those looking for grander¬†thrills will find¬†the¬†concerts and big games¬†at¬†Wembley Stadium and the Milton Keynes¬†National Bowl¬†just 40 minutes' drive away. Business travellers can choose from seven airy, well-equipped meeting rooms for their conference or training day. Hotel staff will be on hand to meet delegates' needs, providing equipment and refreshments if required. New look guest¬†rooms and public¬†spaces overlook the airport runway, with views to delight kids and plane-spotters alike, while triple-glazed windows guarantee a quiet and relaxing stay. WiFi is free and the¬†Express Start¬†Breakfast¬†is included in your rate, and there's a casual lounge area to share drinks and a meal or watch sport on the widescreen TV.

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Hotel Amenities

Two-line phone
Shoe polisher
Telephones with message light
Pay per view movies on TV
Large desk
CD player
Toll free calls
Air conditioning
Full kitchen
Annex room
Multi-line phone
Bath tub with spray jets
Interstate calls
Baby listening device