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Holiday Inn Express London - Watford Junction
19 Bridal Path
Watford
Hertfordshire

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Holiday Inn Express London - Watford Junction is a brand new 98 room hotel opening in October 2008 situated 2 minutes from the Watford Junction train station.The Hotel is situated just off the A412, with close connections to M25 and M1. All 98 rooms are en-suite with tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, flat screen TV and air conditioning .Ideally located for Corporate travellers, with KPMG, BT, Total Oil, Sanyo, TK Maxx, Taylor Woodrow, Beko, Hayden Young and Camelot offices all within walking distance from the hotel .The Hotel offers high speed internet access and all public areas and rooms are air conditioned.The hotel is an ideal base for Tour Groups with London Euston just 15 minutes by train. There is a Bar / Lounge open from 11am to 11pm daily. There are 2 conference Rooms offering state of the art meeting facilities, natural daylight and 24 hour and Day Delegate rates. Parking is available in an NCP car park just 2 minutes from the Hotel.

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