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Red Lion Hotel
Luton
Bedfordshire

LU1 3AA | View map

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At the Red Lion Lodge, guests are assured of a secure stay in our simple but comfortable surroundings. Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, our friendly & dedicated staff will ensure excellent service.

The Red Lion Lodge provides simple, value for money accommodation in the heart of Luton's busy town centre. 10 minutes from London Luton Airport and 5 minutes from 2 mainline stations serving London, Brighton and the North, and 5 minutes from the m1. Incorporating Luton's number one late night venue, Brookes, makes this an ideal place to meet up with friends, enjoy a tasty meal from our excellent bar menu, or just relax and soak up the atmosphere around you. Whatever your reason for coming to Brookes Bar & Red Lion Lodge, you will find our commitment is to provide excellent service and great food. Please note that the hotel has no lift.

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