Situated in Croydon, this hotel is 1.6 mi (2.7 km) from Selhurst Park Stadium and within 9 miles (15 km) of Crystal Palace National Sports Centre and The Oval. ...
Located in the heart of Croydon, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Selhurst Park Stadium and within 9 miles (15 km) of Crystal Palace National Sports Centre ...
Situated in the business district, this eco-friendly hotel is within 9 miles (15 km) of Selhurst Park Stadium, Crystal Palace National Sports Centre and Wimbledon ...
Forever reinventing and redeveloping itself, Croydon is a lived-in, thriving borough of London. Hotels in Croydon not only offer access to the seemingly endless retail outlets of the sprawling Whitgift Centre, but are well-connected to the heart of the English capital by regional trains. They also give business travellers a perfect base for all the conventions and meetings that take place in this enterprising sector of the big city.
Croydon hotels have been transformed over the years as redevelopments and rejuvenation projects saw the conversion of this neighbourhood into a thriving out-of-city shopping and business hub. Today, that means you can expect swish, contemporary places to stay, complete with fully fledged business centres, on-site bars and easy access to the main transport networks running throughout the capital. Some other accommodations even have luxury additions, like hot tubs, spas and indoor pools, while the cheap hotels in Croydon tend to be simple travel lodges or guesthouses.
Search ebookers to find the perfect Croydon hotel and you could soon be strolling the streets of this lively neighbourhood, where the interesting Clock Tower Museum and the handsome Whitgift Almshouses are 2 unlikely historic attractions. Other Things to Do in Croydon include retail therapy – head down to the huge Whitgift Centre for that – and a taste of the Medieval past at the Croydon Palace, which was a retreat of the Archbishop of Canterbury as far back as the 10th century.
Packed with businesses and shopping, history and hotels, Croydon also has its fair share of foodie hotspots to boot. Street food and local markets thrive in these parts, with the Surrey Street Market offering Greek gyros and Polish dumplings and more, and the weekly World Food Market on Ruskin Square featuring a similar array of exotic flavours. Acclaimed restaurants pepper the borough elsewhere, going from Neapolitan pizzerias to Indian tandoors, while the whole of High Street comes alive with cocktail bars at night and bohemian microbreweries hide down the sidestreets.
Croydon has a really advanced local transportation system, integrating the neighbourhood's Tramlink network with London buses and other means of getting around. East Croydon and West Croydon are the 2 main interchanges for the borough, where it's possible to pick up transport to pretty much anywhere in the surrounding area. They are also where you can catch the London Overground all the way to Dalston Junction to link up with the Tube, or ride regional trains to Victoria, London Bridge and London Gatwick.
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