The Best Hotels to Book Near Wembley Stadium, London

Sports memorabilia adorns the lobby at the Hilton near Wembley Stadium
Sports memorabilia adorns the lobby at the Hilton near Wembley Stadium | Courtesy of Hilton London Wembley / Expedia
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31 August 2021

Wembley’s distinctive arch is likely to be the first thing you look for ahead of watching your team in a cup final or a pop star take centre stage. The second should be a hotel that treats you like the main act. Here’s a list of the top places to stay near the legendary London stadium – bookable on Culture Trip.

Wembley Stadium may be renowned as the home of English football, but as the second-largest stadium in Europe, this stunning venue hosts more than just football matches. If you’re among the thousands attending a sports final or an open-air music gig, you might want to base yourself nearby. Avoid the hassle of commuting from the city and check out these top stays near Wembley Stadium.

St George’s Hotel Wembley

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St George's Hotel Wembley
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Whether you’re in the area for a sporting event or a music gig, this four-star hotel’s location couldn’t be better. You can walk to Wembley Stadium in just two minutes or the SSE Arena Wembley in five. The twin and triple rooms here are especially handy for group bookings, while the best junior double rooms include a balcony with a view of the famed Wembley arch. If you’re bringing a car, book an on-site parking spot.

Hilton London Wembley

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4.4/5 (971 Reviews)
Hilton London Wembley
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Price Drop
Now from $118 per night

This sleek Hilton proudly displays the interests of its clientele in the grand reception area and lounge, with football shirts and sporting photos adorning the walls of both. Sky Bar 9 is the stylish rooftop space that proves as popular with visiting teams and musicians as it does with attending fans. You’ll get the best views of the area and a wide choice of cocktails created by an enthusiastic mixologist.

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Novotel London Wembley Hotel

Chain Hotel
4.4/5 (964 Reviews)
Novotel London Wembley
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Price Drop
Now from $88 per night

A three-minute walk from Wembley Park station, this relaxed Novotel is in a prime location on Olympic Way, opposite the popular pre-match venue BoxPark. Staying here means you’ll avoid the clamour for the Tube straight after a match, and you’ll also get your pick of its range of modern and minimalist rooms. The executive queen room is ideal for families, sleeping up to two adults and two kids.

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Park Plaza London Park Royal

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4.3/5 (681 Reviews)
Park Plaza London
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Price Drop
Now from $88 per night

The neon-blue lighting that frames the exterior of this Radisson hotel means you’ll have no trouble locating it if arriving at night. You’ll find a walk-in shower and complimentary Elemis toiletries in every room, and breakfast is available for an additional fee. There’s also an on-site fitness centre if you want to squeeze in a workout. The easiest way to reach Wembley on match day is via the Tube; Park Royal station is a short walk away.

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  • Hotel 55

    Boutique Hotel
    4.2/5 (382 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $91 per night

    Once an Edwardian home, this 29-room hotel in West Acton now offers offbeat Asian flourishes. On-site restaurant Momo specialises in Japanese cuisine, including tempura prawns and teriyaki steak, while the lush Zen garden offers an unexpected patch of serenity. If it puts you in the mood for more of the same, Kew Gardens is a 15-minute drive south, while the most famous lawn in football is roughly the same distance north.

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    The Hide London

    Budget Hotel
    4.6/5 (355 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $113 per night

    Wembley Stadium is less than 3mi (5km) from this mood-lit hotel adjacent to Hendon Park. Welcome in-room amenities include a mini-fridge, L’Occitane toiletries and coffee- and tea-making facilities. A generous continental breakfast is also included, featuring a wide selection of cold meats, cheese, smoked salmon, and fresh bread and pastries.

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    Clayton Crown Hotel

    Independent Hotel
    4/5 (979 Reviews)
    Deluxe Double room at Clayton Crown Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $86 per night

    The terracotta facade of the Clayton Crown’s original Victorian premises provides a striking contrast to the adjoining glass-panelled building. You’ll find a similar blend of modern and classic within the hotel’s Grill Restaurant, where stained-glass windows and period fireplaces provide an impressive backdrop for towering burgers and Sunday roasts. Highlights include complimentary access to the fitness centre with spinning bikes, treadmills and weights.

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    Hampton by Hilton London Park Royal

    Chain Hotel
    4.5/5 (45 Reviews)
    Hampton by Hilton London Park Royal
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    Price Drop
    Now from $105 per night

    Children under 12 will receive a generous welcome pack here, and there’s also a menu designed specifically for them. On top of this, the wide range of interconnecting room options makes this Park Royal hotel a great pick for families, groups and guests with limited mobility. Neat touches in each room include a Smeg mini-fridge and a digital key, so you don’t have to worry about locking yourself out.

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    These recommendations were updated on August 31, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh. This article is an updated version of a story created by Alexis James

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