Do Wembley: On the road to Wembley…Hilton

Wembley is not really a normal destination area unless you are attending a concert or sporting event at the arena or stadium. If you live outside London or far away from the reaches of North West, then the Hilton is what you should book to save on commuting.

I stayed there recently for the not so princely sum of £95, for a King Room. Obviously during the events calendar, the prices may double, but as long as you are clever and get on the advance purchase train, you can enjoy mega savings.

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The hotel is large with 361 rooms. It is very much like a tardis you can get lost in. This little review is just about the rooms as there are great food and drink options nearby, so you don’t have to be limited to hotel bars and restaurants. That said, in the right weather, I would try their rooftop bar.

The Kingsize room was clean, practical and a good size. All the main bits you want are in there, such as a flat screen TV and internet access (cabled). The bed was a dream to sleep on with a big comforting duvet of crisp cotton. For the ladies (and some gents), mirrors are important. In the bathroom, you get a lot for your #selfie. All good for a nights stay.

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There is a shopping centre nearby with Ping Pong, Nandos, Prezzo, TGI Fridays, Wagamama and much more for eats. Now the shopping is a real plus, outlets for Bench, Addidas, H&M, Nike, Helly Hansen, LK Bennett, Superdry, The North Face, Gap and more. Not a bad range at all – you could almost just visit for the shopping.

Hilton Wembley is definitely a consideration for your next visit to Wembley for that big event. There is certainly no shortage of activity at the arena and stadium to bring you to the area. By Sammijo.

Hilton London Wembley
Lakeside Way
Wembley
HA9 0BU
T. 020 8150 8090
@hiltonhotels

Sammijo

Hey, I am Sammijo the owner of this wee blog. A geeky chick, with a love of Xbox, Spotify, Samsung, Patty & Bun, Langley's No 8 Gin, Netflix, Essex, Aldi and H&M.