Booking.com

Chiltern Hotel Luton

Booking.com

Business ready hotel in the London commuter town of Luton

Chiltern Hotel Luton

With an assortment of professional facilities and excellent transport connections, the Chiltern Hotel Luton is ideal for those looking to do business as well as those in town on pleasure.

Situated just outside of the main town centre, but conveniently located near the A505 and M1 main roads, the Chiltern Hotel Luton provides a quiet stopping place for its visitors. The hectic and rowdy nightlife is far enough away not to be a distraction, whilst road, rail, and airport make it readily accessible.

Each of the 93 rooms includes a private en-suite bathroom as well as a television with satellite/cable channels, radio, telephone, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. Further services, including laundry and parking, are offered by the 3-star business.

The hotels three conferencing rooms have been custom built to ensure that visitors have everything they need at their fingertips. The selection of rooms can be booked by those staying at the hotel or private businesses looking to use them for the day only. Being just outside the London fringe, these rooms can be offered at a cheaper rate than those in the city of London, which proves an alluring factor.

Its not all business at the Chiltern Hotel though. Banqueting facilities can be provided, not just for those important business meetings but for occasions such as birthday parties and weddings. Theres also a stylish and modern cocktail lounge where guests can sit back and relax.

Chiltern Hotel Luton

In Luton town youll find the usual features of a British town. Restaurants, pubs, and nightclubs are prevalent in the centre. Here youll also find activities such as ten pin bowling, a cinema multiplex, and the Library Theatre, a venue for an assortment of entertainment, from book signings to comedy via theatre performances. The town is home to The Mall, a busy shopping centre.

The Hat Factory Arts Centre plays host to numerous events. Visitors can expect to view cutting edge artwork, attend a rock music show, or even take part in one of the venues different classes. These include street dancing and African drums. The Discovery Centre, in the scenic Stockwood Park, offers a glimpse of Lutons past, including a collection of old travelling caravans.

Luton Town Football Club plays its games at Kenilworth Road, one of the more unique grounds in English football. Smack bang in the middle of a residential area, one side of the ground is entirely taking up by private boxes.

Only moments from the M1 motorway, a trip to London is particularly easy. Similarly, trains serving Luton station can reach London St Pancras in as little as 25 minutes. These two facts make commuting into the city a regular feature of the town.

The Chiltern Hotel Luton also provides a good stopover point before heading overseas via London Luton Airport, the home of budget airline, Easyjet. The airport itself has grown tremendously in recent years and is now one of the most used in the UK, with flights departing to many different locations in continental Europe.

Book Hotels Now! - save up to 80%
Booking.com