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Village Hotel Watford

Our London Watford Hotel is the perfect place to stay if you’re visiting the capital, or spending time in the Hertfordshire countryside. The A1 will take you to the heart of London in a little over half an hour, while the M25 motorway is just a few minutes away for easy access to the region’s airports and other key locations. Located in Elstree, we’re less than a 20 minute drive from the Warner Bros Studio Tour – perfect for Harry Potter fans!

London is the global city that really does have it all, including great museums and historic buildings, theatres and arenas, sporting venues and, of course, some of the best shopping in the world. And at Village London Watford there’s everything you want from a hotel, gymrestaurant and bar, all in one location. It’s what Watford’s been waiting for.

 

USEFUL HOTEL INFORMATION

  • Check in from 3pm
  • Check out by 11am
  • Breakfast served Mon-Fri 6:30am-9:30am
  • Breakfast served Sat & Sun 7:30am-10:30am
  • Reception is 24/7
  • 2.1 miles from Stanmore Underground Station
  • 2.2 miles from Elstree Studios
  • 22 miles from Luton Airport

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