Hotels in Finsbury Park

Travelodge London Finsbury Park
London Finsbury Park
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Travelodge London Wood Green
London Wood Green
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Travelodge London Hackney
London Hackney
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Travelodge London Central Kings Cross
London Central Kings Cross
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Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot
London Kings Cross Royal Scot
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Travelodge London Farringdon
London Farringdon
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Travelodge London Central Euston
London Central Euston
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Travelodge London Central City Road
London Central City Road
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Travelodge London Walthamstow
London Walthamstow
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Travelodge London Southgate
London Southgate
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Great for football fans

Our hotels Near Finsbury Park are handily located for the Emirates stadium, Finsbury Park and Nearby Hampstead Heath and Alexandra Palace. If you’re going to a match at the Emirates Stadium, a stay at our London Finsbury Park hotel is a convenient 15 minute walk away - on match-days you’re close enough to rest your head after an exciting game. The Emirates stadium is the third largest football club in the UK and home of the Gunners. When it’s not match day why not visit the Stadium Museum or enjoy a Stadium tour?

Out and about in Finsbury Park

The Finsbury park area of North London tends to draw fewer crowds so you can enjoy some of London’s best views in relative peace. Hampstead Heath is great for walks, views and a place to enjoy nature. Why not take an amble through Hampstead village - full of boutiques, antique shops and delis and keep an eye out for some of Hampstead’s celebrity residents which include actress Emma Thompson and musician Boy George. Finsbury Park itself is a Green Flag park providing great facilities such as a free outdoor gym and art gallery. And if you want to go into central London, there’s good transport links. You can hop on the tube or train and be in town within 15 minutes.

A tranquil walk

If you like a good amble, the Parkland walk runs for four miles from Finsbury Park to Alexandra Palace, following the path of a disused railway line. It’s a tranquil walk, in large part, great for escaping the hustle and bustle of London.