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Ibis Hotel London Elstree-Borehamwood
Elstree Way

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Ibis Hotel London Elstree Borehamwood is just minutes from Borehamwood centre & station, next to Elstree Studios & BBC Elstree Centre. Easy to access from the M25 via J23 and from the A1, we are just 30 minutes drive to central London, 20 minutes to Wembley Stadium, and 20 minutes to Luton Airport. St Pancras International and the Eurostar are just 15 minutes by train. Stay in one of our 122 rooms featuring broadband internet, flat screen TV, Premium Movie Packages, Air cooling, Tea & Coffee Facilities and and en-suite power shower bathroom. Twin, Family, and Accessible rooms are all available on request. Start your day well with our new Hot Breakfast Buffet offering traditional English breakfast, continental selections and healthy light options. The all you can eat breakfast buffet is just £6.95!In the evenings our Cafe restaurant is open from 6-10pm Monday-Thursday, offering a selection of International Favorites, Traditional English classics, and a selection of Grills. When the restaurant is closed, our cafe bar serves hot meals from our snack menu 24/7Guests benefit from discounted use of our neighboring leisure center & pool 'The Venue'. Offering 25M pool, state of the art gym, and spa treatments. Prices start from £2.80 for swimming, and are payable directly to The Venue.The hotel offers free parking to residents, when our car park is full please park in the public car park and obtain a voucher from the reception to display in your windscreen.

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