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Self-Catering in Luton

Luton Hotel Residence, Luton, Bedfordshire

Luton Hotel Residence
92 Chapel Street

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LUTON HOTEL RESIDENCE specialises in affordable accommodation for short stay in the centre of Luton, Bedfordshire. Our self-catering studio rooms are self-contained and equipped for the guest to be self-sufficient. We offer great savings and advantages over hotel and bed & breakfast accommodation. Guests are no longer restricted to hotel restaurants, eating out or takeaways.

We are conveniently situated in the centre of Luton. Luton train and bus stations are a five minute walk away. London-Luton airport is just 10 minutes by car. Luton is served by Thameslink and Midland Mainline rail services with London St Pancras being just 29 minutes by Midland Mainline. With the M1 passing through the borough, access to and from London, the midlands and the south via M25 is easy.

All rooms are equipped with their own cooking facilities which include sink, hob, mini fridge, microwave oven, kettle, toaster, crockery and utensils. Each room has a private shower and toilet stylishly tiled with mosaics and fitted with chrome bathroom furniture. The rooms are also fitted with colour TVs with satellite, work / eating areas, bedside cabinets and wardrobes. There is a choice between a selection of two single sized, twin bedded, double and triple rooms.

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