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Bridge Park Hotel
16 Hillside
Harlesden
London

NW10 8BN | View map

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The Bridge Park Hotel offers easy access to tourist attractions, shopping malls, business and entertainment centers. Convenient 24 hour public transport is available to central London from the hotel and also near to Wembley Stadium, the popular bikers Ace Cafe, the famous Neasden Hindu Temple. Guest facilities include a free car park, hotel bar, dining area, room service, Internet cafe, WiFi access, meeting room, tourist guide, 24 hour front desk assistance. All of our bedrooms have recently been refurbished.Hairdryer, shoe polishing, ironing facilities are also available. Hotel RestaurantCarrying on a tradition of a casual eatery and gathering place serving good food. The delicious menu is designed, flavouring the freshest ingredients of each season. For groups and special occasions the hotel can also prepare unique menus. Room service is available until 10pm by the friendly staff. Hotel BarServing a wide selection of beers, wines, spirits and lager as well as a selection of light snacks, lunch and dinner. Poker, chess, carom and dart games are all day companions in the bar.

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