Ramada London North hotel is the perfect home base for your London getaway. With a prime spot off M1, just nine miles northwest of the city, the hotel near Wembly Stadium makes it easy to reach world-class shopping, restaurants and cultural attractions in just minutes. London Heathrow Airport is only 20 miles away.
The bedrooms vary, but on average they are medium in size. They are in excellent condition,featuring modern decor and all soundproofed for guests comfort. The bathrooms are also in very good condition.
KFC. Indigo Restaurant. Burger King. Eat Inn Restaurant. Starbucks. Waitrose.
The hotel has a medium size lobby.There is a small seating area to one side with a couple of comfortable sofas next to the reception desk.
Built in 2002 Ramada Hotel London North M1 is one of the largest Ramada Hotels in Europe. Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. TVs in every room offering movies on demand. The Ramada Hotel London North M1 is a modern contemporary hotel which boasts 200 fully air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms of a larger than average size for London Hotels. From the hotel there is easy access to Central London, Wembley, Heathrow Airport and Luton Airport. All double rooms have a queen size bed and there is a fully licensed bar and restaurant. Hotel offers full buffet breakfast and continental breakfast, fees apply, Free newspaper, Free parking, Cash machine on site. No pets allowed. Access to the hotel is via the M1 motorway only.
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15 kms to city centre
35 kms to the nearest airport (london heathrow airport)
45 minute walk to the nearest metro station (edgware)
We have stayed at this hotel many times over the years as it an excellent base for visiting friends in North West and Central London. unfortunately, it has become a little less convenient since the back route through to Edgware has been blocked and the only route away from the hotel is via the M1 (north or south).
Although the hotel is sandwiched between the M1 and the railway line, noise isn't an issue due to the double (or triple?) glazing and heavy black out curtains.
All the rooms we have stayed in in the hotel have been the same. They are large rooms with a wide desk with chair, arm chair, TV, hairdryer and plenty of mirrors. The single beds are 3ft wide, or zip together to make a 6ft bed. Either way, they are extremely comfortable.
What lets the room down is the appalling lighting; there's plenty of it, but it's so dim it's almost impossible to make-up properly. This seems to be an issue in all hotels. There is a also very little storage space. Fine for the one night business traveller, but not so good for the long weekend, especially if you have functions to attend. Also, our curtains were very difficult to close and although we mentioned this to the receptionist nothing was done about it.
The bathroom is a good size with a sink set in a wide counter and a bath with a very effective shower over. I particularly like the steam free mirror. The bathroom in the room we had this time was looking a little tired, but, like the bedroom, was immaculately clean.
Breakfast was good. There was plenty of it and the cooked breakfast was hot without being dried out. In addition to the full English, there are cereals, toast, rolls, croissants, jams, yoghurts and fruit salad.
As always, the staff were friendly, helpful and efficient (apart from the curtain issue!)
I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel and as long as Roomex continues to offer it's excellent discounted price we will be staying there again.