Park Inn Watford

A Hotel in Watford, Hertfordshire

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30-40 St. Albans Road
WD17 1RN

Park Inn Watford, Watford

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With easy access to the M1 and M25 and a 20-minute train journey into central London, youメll see why Park Inn Watford makes a great base. So whether on business, watching an England International at the New Wembley Stadium, seeing your favourite band at Wembley, this hotel makes an ideal base. The hotel offers 90 fully refurbished air conditioned modern guestrooms.

All rooms come equipped with high-quality amenities and include wireless internet access, air-conditioning, hairdryer, power showers, coffee/tea making facilities and iron/board.

3 star rating

From: £34.00

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