Looking for a cheap hotel near Wembley stadium? With its many transport links and bustling cultural scene, Wembley has become one of London's most popular areas. London Underground, London Overground and National Rail services are all easily accessible, making it the perfect base for any trip to central London, be that for a mid-week business meeting or for a weekend of sightseeing with friends.
Wembley is also one of the UK centres for sport and music, the perfect place to catch an international football match thanks to Wembley Stadium, the home of the England football team, or a concert at Wembley Arena, which re-opened in 2006 after a multi-million pound facelift. So if you're looking for a hotel near Wembley Stadium or for a hotel near Wembley Arena that won't blow your budget before you've even left home, look no further.
Book hotels near Wembley
With a few hotels to choose from in the immediate area, including hotels near Wembley's biggest attractions, Travelodge will have you settled in no time. To be closest to the action make sure to book a room in London Wembley High Road hotel, just 0.8 miles from the stadium. The London Wembley hotel is just 2 miles from Wembley Stadium, 2.5 miles from Wembley Arena and only 5 miles from the world-renowned Kew Gardens.
London Park Royal hotel offers fantastic travel links to central London (with Acton train station just 2.5 miles away) and to the many attractions of west London. Alternatively, if you're looking for a hotel near the University of Westminster, the London Park Royal is just 5.5 miles away. Finally, the London Kew Bridge hotel near Kew Gardens is the ideal pick for any horticultural buffs looking to spend some time among the picturesque surroundings Kew and Richmond.
Things to do near Wembley
Wembley might be known around the world for hosting international football and rugby matches at the stadium and musical legends such as Katy Perry at the Arena, but it is also the ideal place from which to explore the green and leafy boroughs of west London. Take in the iconic glasshouses and historical buildings of The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, or the Duke of Northumberland's London home, Syon House. Built in the sixteenth century and set within the beautifully manicured Syon Park, a day at Syon House is the perfect antidote to too many football chants. But if you're thinking that there's no such thing as too many football chants, make your stay even more memorable with a Wembley Stadium Tour.