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All Countries > United Kingdom > London > Holiday Inn LONDON - STRATFORD CITY

10a Chestnut Plaza,Westfield Stratford City
London, E20 1GL
Nightly Rates (128.88 - 213.55)   3 Star

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A modern East London hotel with a rooftop terrace overlooking Olympic Park, with direct access to Westfield shopping centre Holiday Inn London - Stratford City hotel is conveniently located on the grounds of Westfield London , Europe's largest urban shopping complex, and a three-minute walk from Stratford Station for London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, bus and mainline rail services. London City Airport is 15 minutes away by DLR, and business guests are only 20 minutes from the financial district of Canary Wharf . It's less than half an hour by Tube to a convention at ExCeL Centre . Dedicated staff can help you host a meeting or conference for up to 85 delegates in the hotel's seven well-equipped event spaces. The 24-hour Business Centre is at your disposal and Wi-Fi is included throughout. You can enjoy sweeping views over Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from the hotel's Twenty Twelve restaurant and Stadium View bar and terrace. It's a five-minute walk to see the 2012 Olympic stadium and spectacular ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture up close, and the sight may inspire a workout in our 24-hour fitness centre. The hotel also offers in-house health and beauty treatments. Begin a busy day of meetings, shopping or sightseeing with a hot breakfast at the hotel, and come back for a mojito on the terrace as the sun sets over London's dynamic East End skyline.


  • Accessible facilities

  • Concierge desk

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Dry cleaning

  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Housekeeping - weekly

  • Interior corridors

  • Late check-out available

  • Lounges/bars

  • Lounges/bars

  • Meeting rooms

  • Non-smoking

  • Public area air conditioned

  • Restaurant

  • Room service

  • Shops and commercial services

  • Storage space

  • Valet same day dry cleaning

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

  • Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 2:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  2012 

  • Renovated in  01/01/2012 

  • 188  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 5  floors. 

  • Restaurant Information
    Twenty Twelve  Relax in our spacious Twenty Twelve restaurant serving hot buffet breakfast and European cuisine. Experience alfresco dining on The Stadium terrace with panoramic views over the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Stadium View Bar Lounge and Terrace  A comfortable and welcoming bar lounge area to meet friends for coffee or a light snack. Enjoy pre-dinner drinks and cocktails with colleagues on the outside terrace before dinner in our Restaurant Twenty Twelve

    Meeting Facility
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    Recreation Information
    Fitness center on-site

  • Westminster

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  • St Paul's Cathedral

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  • Spitalfields

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  • Covent Garden

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  • 2012 Olympic Park

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  • Stratford and Stratford International

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  • O2 Arena

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  • Canary Wharf

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  • Westfield Stratford City

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  • Cutty Sark

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  • ExCel and International Congress Centre

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  • Tower of London and London Bridge

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  • National Maritime Musuem

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  • Greenwich Park

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