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Holiday Inn London Commercial Road
261 - 267 Commercial Road
Whitechapel
London

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Those looking for a place to stay in London should look no further than the Holiday Inn London - Commercial Road hotel. This newly built hotel is located in the heart of cosmopolitan East London with easy access to the City, therefore making it an ideal base for visitors to London.

It has 133 modern, spacious rooms, designed for comfort and style, with panoramic views of iconic London landmarks such as the Gherkin, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. However, it is not just for leisure travellers. With its Academy Conference Centre, complete with four well-proportioned meeting rooms with natural daylight, the hotel has all the modern facilities you’ll need to ensure your business meeting is a success.

For those that are looking to relax and unwind after a busy day, there is the Traders Restaurant & Bar. The restaurant offers a modern, international menu with family-friendly options. 24hr Room Service and complimentary access to our modern mini-gym is also offered.

Whether you’re an individual traveller or planning a family trip, Holiday Inn London - Commercial Road is looking forward to welcoming you for a pleasant stay.

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