Budget hotel located at the heart of Luton town
Located less than 90 seconds from the towns main railway station and with quick access to the international airport, the Easy Hotel Luton is the ideal destination for those looking for cheap accommodation before flying abroad.
The hotels Guilford Street address puts it at the very centre of Luton town centre. The main shopping centre is just a minute away. London Luton Airport is a five minute drive away. Alternatively, a railway service connects passengers to the airport from the Luton Airport Parkway station (two minutes from the central station).
Created by the company behind Easyjet, this hotel is strictly no thrills, offering guests the absolute minimum in facilities. Guestrooms, which accommodate no more than two people, vary between extra small and regular sizing. Rooms with a window cost a little bit extra. A private shower room with WC accompanies each room.
Whilst all rooms included heater/cooler and air-conditioning, many ordinary amenities are only included at an extra cost. For example, television, housekeeping, and internet access are all charged at a surcharged rate, often by the hour. This is strictly a bare bones hotel aimed at travellers used to staying in hostels and those looking to make a quick exit to the airport.
Whilst it may not provide all of the comforts of home, the Easy Hotel Luton is perfectly positioned for those visiting the Bedfordshire town or those looking to use the airport or railway station. With the main shopping and entertainment district on its doorstep, guests can soon find their way to a number of pubs, clubs, and bars. The town centre tends to get lively during the weekend but the hotel is just far enough off of the main thoroughfare that a good nights sleep can be had.
Just a short walk from the property lays the Galaxy Centre, an entertainment complex that features several restaurants, a multiplex cinema, bingo hall, and amusement arcade. Also close by is the Library Theatre which hosts a number of cinematic and live performances. The Hat Factory, a local arts building, hosts a number of musical concerts, exhibits, and classes. It also happens to be just a few doors away.
Those visiting Luton for pleasure may enjoy some of the attractions just outside of the town. Both Whipsnade Wildlife Park and Woburn Abbey Safari Park can be found within the county, just a short drive away. In neighbouring Hertfordshire, a number of stately homes (including Knebworth Park and Hatfield House) provide a cultural and historic touch.
The capital city of London is readily accessible from Luton, with trains taking as little as 25 minutes to reach St. Pancras International railway station. Similarly, the M1 motorway connects the two settlements directly.
But its the airport that most people arrive in Luton for. With a wide range of budget flight, London Luton Airport has become one of the busiest in the country. For those catching a flight to sunnier climes, the Easy Hotel Luton makes for a convenient and affordable stop over point.