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Searching for hotels near London? Make the most of the historic English capital without having to stay right in the centre itself when you book a room at the Jurys Inn Watford. Located less than twenty minutes by train from Central London, enjoy a good night’s sleep in one of 216 stylish en-suite guest rooms which all benefit from fast, free Wi-Fi and extras like complimentary toiletries and flat-screen TVs.
Where are we?
As well as having London’s many sights and sounds close by, you’ll find several attractions to keep you entertained right on your doorstep. Head down the road to the sleek intu Watford shopping centre for some retail therapy or a bite to eat. You’ll also find the bustling Watford Indoor Market a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, plus endless eateries and trendy bars in the city itself.
What you’ll find at Jurys Inn Watford
If you’re travelling for work, our Jurys Inn Watford hotel near London not only offers easy access into the city for meetings, but also has its own state-of-the-art conference facilities. Book out one of eight modern meeting rooms which are able to accommodate up to 100 people for training sessions, board meetings or other corporate events.
Located just a few miles north of London, visitors to Watford can enjoy all the activities the capital has to offer, including:
Travelling to and from our hotel in Watford
Watford is a major link to London, so there are ample ways to travel there from the UK’s major cities:
Manchester to Watford: 3 and a half hours via the M6 and M1 or 2 hours 40 minutes by train
Newcastle to Watford: 4 hours 40 minutes via the A1(M) and M1 or 4 hours 10 minutes by train
Leeds to Watford: 3 hours 10 minutes via the M1 or 3 hours 25 minutes by train
Birmingham to Watford: 2 hours via the M6 and M1 or 1 hour 20 minutes by train