Natalie French

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Wembley Stadium has played host to some of the most memorable (and nail-biting) moments of the last century, from the 1996 World Cup to the UEFA Women’s Euro finals in 2022. This year, the Emirates FA Cup Final, Bruce Springsteen and ACDC are all on the bill, not forgetting the die-hard Swifties that will fill the 90,000 seats at the Taylor Swift: The ERAS Tour. When all the excitement is over, there are plenty of hotels near Wembley to rest your head.

When it comes to Wembley hotels, St George Hotel has got location nailed. Situated next door to the OVO Arena Wembley and opposite the London Designer Outlet (shopaholics, rejoice!) you can walk to Wembley Stadium in just two minutes. Rooms come complete with air conditioning, LCD TVs, complimentary amenities and a minibar. Book a Deluxe bedroom for views over the UK’s largest sports venue, Wembley Stadium. Feast on traditional Italian food – antipasti, pizza and pasta – at the onsite bar and restaurant, La Regina. 

This laid-back Hammersmith pub-with-rooms is a great place to stay post-gig/game. Expect live sport, freshly prepared food and great selection of beers, some from their own Big Smoke Brew Co; don’t miss a go on the shuffleboard tables. With nine boutique bedrooms, there’s a room type to suit everyone - from doubles to family rooms with sofa beds for kids and travel cots for the little ones. All with complimentary Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities and HD digital TV. 

Those in-the-know check into the cool and contemporary Grade II-listed Sydney House. Located in a vibrant neighbourhood off the King’s Road, you’ll find some of the best restaurants, boutique shops and museums just steps away. Spread over seven floors, this towering townhouse has 21 double bedrooms; Vispring beds, goose down quilts and the finest Egyptian cotton sheets come as standard. Book ‘The Room at the Top’ and kick back in your own private roof garden with sought-after views over South Kensington and Chelsea. 

Don’t fancy a hotel? How about a serviced apartment set in two-acres of central London’s prime estate in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, just a short saunter to Sloane Square. The 250 self-catering apartments offer a choice of studios, one or two bedrooms with privacy guaranteed. A daily maid service, 24-hour reception and secure underground parking keep life easy. Hop on the Tube to Wembley or it’s just 8.6 miles by car. 

Part of Imperial College London, 170 Queen’s Gate is a grade II listed red-brick townhouse, complete with its own quintessentially English walled garden. Designed by renowned architect Norman Shaw, the property is just minutes away from Hyde Park. The affordable self-catering apartments have fully fitted kitchens and morning-after coffee making facilities or there’s lots of bars, restaurants and eating establishments located close by. 

After a two-million-pound refurbishment, the 4-star Victor Hotel London Belgravia offers a little Victorian elegance smack-bang in the middle of London. Stay in one of the Capital’s most opulent areas, famed for its white stucco houses and grand terraces. Just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace on Belgrave Road, you’ll still only 10 miles from Wembley. Choose from compact doubles to family rooms or suites – all in a cool palette of greys with statement lights and upholstered beds. 

If you’re looking for a clean and comfortable place to crash, the 4-star Byron Hotel Hyde Park in Bayswater will happily oblige. With a choice of single rooms up to quadruple, it’s a good option for families and groups of friends. Rooms come with all expected amenities, plus air conditioning and underfloor heating making it a good choice all year round. The 350-acre urban oasis of Hyde Park is within walking distance. 

Retreat to this 4-star stylish Grade II-listed red-brick hotel, just five minutes’ walk from Hammersmith Tube Station and an eight-minute car journey to Wembley Stadium. Built by the Victorian architect, Alfred Waterhouse who also designed National History Museum, you can expect neo-Gothic styling with gabled roofs, gentle archways and plenty of original features. It has a rich history, too; once a school, the building was later used by Winston Churchill to plan the D-Day Landings in World War II. 

Located in leafy Kensington, Monarch House has 41 super spacious and modern apartments, from one-bedroom units to three-bedroom penthouses. Air conditioning, Nespresso machines and garden views come as standard. Fully equipped kitchens mean you can cook up a feast at home; the expansive lounge can accommodate up to 10 for an evening soiree, or six for dinner, making it great for entertaining. Alternatively, stroll to High Street Kensington for a choice of chic cafes and restaurants, traditional pubs and easy access to public transport.  

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