What Are the Best Hemel Hempstead Hotels?
It has an interesting history as a ‘New Town’, but what are the best Hemel Hempstead hotels to stay in when you explore?
Hemel Hempstead was designated as a new town after World War II. In 1946 it was designed to house the London Blitz displaced population of London. Hemel finally grew to its present population of 80,000, with new developments enveloping the original town on all sides. Today the original part of Hemel is still known as the “Old Town”.
These are the 5 top-rated hotels in the town according to Booking dot com:
Boxmoor Lodge Hotel
Top of the list of best Hemel Hempstead Hotels is Boxmoor Lodge Hotel is a privately owned hotel and restaurant which guarantees a warm and friendly welcome.
Dating back to the 17th-century and located a 5 minutes’ walk from Hemel Hempstead Train Station. This is a family-run hotel offering free parking, free Wi-Fi and an award-winning conservatory restaurant.
Situated in an excellent location on the edge of the Chilterns in Hertfordshire. With towns of Berkhamsted, Watford, Amersham, St. Albans close-by.
All the bedrooms have an iPod dock and their own bathroom with a shower, a bath, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Other facilities include TVs and tea/coffee makers.
Couples particularly like the Boxmoor Lodge Hotel rating it ‘Fabulous’ on Booking Dot Com
The Olde Kings Arms
The Olde Kings Arms is 2nd on the list of best Hemel Hempstead hotels. It is steeped in history and dates back to the early 1500s when it was a coaching Inn. It is located on the beautiful High Street with St Mary’s Church, Gadebridge Park and many restaurants within a couple of minutes walk.
The hotel has nine hotel rooms, all with private bathroom, flat screen TV and free Wifi. All include a delicious full cooked breakfast each morning, served in the pub.
It has a garden and 2 bars offering a selection of real ales and fine wines. The restaurant serves delicious stonebaked pizzas and bar snacks from opening until 9pm each day (Sunday until 6pm).
Again couples particularly like the location — rating it ‘Very good’ on Booking dot com.
Holiday Inn Express Hemel Hempstead
Also rated ‘Very good’ are the 2 Holiday Inn hotels. The Holiday Inn Express is a family-friendly Hemel Hempstead hotel close to Warner Bros. Studios. It is close to the M1 and M25 motorways, ideal for heading for Luton Airport (LTN) – a 20 min drive away.
Rest and recharge with a glass of wine and pizza in the comfortable lounge. Rooms are spacious and modern, and some rooms feature a double bed and sofa bed, perfect for family trips. All rooms include fast and free Wi-Fi and breakfast is also included.
Holiday Inn Hemel Hempstead M1
Located just off the M1 and close to the M25 the Holiday Inn Hemel Hempstead is in an excellent location. The hotel has lots of facilities including a fully equipped gym with pool and spa, restaurant, conference facilities, good hotel bar and free wifi.
Each room has a flat screen TV and a pillow menu for customised comfort. All Day Dining means you can grab a bite to eat at any hour from the cafe, or enjoy a quiet night in with 24-hour room service.
There are 7 stylish function rooms offering space for up to 90 guests. A dedicated host can even help to personalise your business meeting. The hotel also hosts functions such as weddings.
Possibly best of all, the Holiday Inn is great for families as kids eat and sleep for free!
Aubrey Park Hotel
The Aubrey Park Hotel is set in woodlands, a short drive from Hemel Hempstead, and close to the M1 and M25 motorways. It has ample free parking.
Free Wi-Fi, a 32-inch flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom with luxury toiletries are featured in each room at Aubrey Park.
They offer various events packages. The Oak Suite, features large glass walls allowing for streams of natural daylight. It also has an integrated audio-visual sound system and lighting. All of this is within a private self-contained venue with terrace, exclusive entrance and its own bar.
The site offers a brasserie restaurant featuring dishes made with locally sourced produce. There is also a bar which is open 7 days a week and 24 hours per day for hotel guests. Their signiture afternoon tea also comes highly recommended.
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