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Cranford Hotel

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Cranford Hotel is a significant property offering forty one bedrooms, tastefully decorated and serviced to a very high standard, to suit the needs of our guests. The hotel is an ideal base for guests visiting for either business or pleasure or in groups or as lone travellers. Cranford Hotel aims at providing every customer with the best service, ensuring a comfortable night’s sleep and providing them with an experience they will truly cherish.

Cranford is located in Ilford, away from the hustle and bustle of the crowded city life, overlooking the luscious Valentines Park and within walking distance of the Rail and Underground station. The location is well connected to the heart of city and just 5 minutes from the M11, A406 .The Hotel is a mere 10 minutes away from the magnificent Olympic City where the London Olympics 2012 will be held. Also, it is just 25 minutes away from some of London’s landmark destinations, for instance – The Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey etc. The Hotel is fully equipped with the bare necessities as well as the modern amenities as required by our guests and each room has been designed to create a serene atmosphere where the guests can unwind and relax.


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