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"Traditional good service in a beautiful Victorian building with ultra modern interior design"
The Crown Moran Hotel in Cricklewood, North West London, has ultra-modern design features and offers service with a human touch and a smile. The lobby is set in a glass and steel atrium, which complements the terracotta exterior of the landmark Victorian structure.
There are 152 spacious guestrooms designed with guests’ comfort in mind. Room types include deluxe, executive, suites and wheelchair adapted, all with air conditioning. They have climate control, work desks with lamp, free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, tea and coffee making facilities, in-room laptop size safes and hair dryers. Deluxe and executive rooms include doubles, twins and triples. They are tastefully decorated and benefit from fluffy pillows and cosy duvets. The main features of these rooms are wide open space and luxurious king size beds. All executive rooms are en suite and include a drench shower. Each room has a multi-channel LCD TV.
Suites in Crown are the pinnacle of luxury and benefit from extras such as widescreen LCD televisions, CD players, mini bars, king sized beds and bathrobes. The Junior Suite has lots of space with abundant natural light through floor to ceiling windows, while the Junior Suite Unique is in the Crown pub’s tower and boasts original fixtures including a fireplace and stained glass windows. This room is a real treat for those looking for something different. The Penthouse Suite has a living space to lounge, relax and watch TV. The lounge and bedroom are separated by a rotating wooden TV and library stand so you can watch TV anywhere in the room. The bathroom has a vanity sink centred in the marble floor. Behind the sink and large vanity mirror is a luxurious bath with shower.
The hotel offers corporate rooms for those travelling on business, with working space, a desk and chair. Six guest rooms in Crown Moran Hotel have been adapted to be wheelchair compliant. There is designated disabled parking at the front of the hotel.
"Enjoy Irish hospitality and good food in the pub and restaurant"
Crown Moran Hotel Cricklewood is popular for dining and drinks with locals and hotel residents. Dining options include the Kitchen at The Crown - Upstairs or Downstairs. Upstairs dishes are simply served, so you can choose how you wish to eat them - individually or to share - and with which accompaniments. Starters, small plates, bowl food dishes and puddings can be ordered as individual portions or mixed and matched to create a casual home-style dining experience. The Downstairs menu of classic bar food dishes, snacks and nibbles changes daily.
The Crown is one of North London’s most iconic pubs and was cited in The Dubliner’s song McAlpine's Fusiliers, “The ‘craic’ was good in Cricklewood and they wouldn't leave the Crown”. “Craic” is an Irish term for entertainment and good conversation. In addition to the extensive drinks list, you can enjoy tasty bar food in the bars and adjacent hotel lobby from 12pm-10.30pm daily. Entertainment includes live jazz, traditional Irish music and live sports coverage. The hotel also offers private dining. Choose from The Bentley or Sala Rooms for large groups, or reserve a private area in the Kitchen for small groups.
"Great party venue and ideal for conferences and meetings"
The Crown is a great place for a party, and the party planning team can help make the occasion go perfectly including help with book entertainment and special accommodation rates. The hotel makes a superb wedding venue and is a good location for a corporate meeting or conferences, with a variety of event space. It can cater for up to 300 delegates. Leisure facilities at the hotel include a 12 metre heated pool and gym.
The hotel is well located for easy access to the M1, Lords Cricket Ground, Wembley Stadium and Arena, Abbey Road Studios, Brent Cross Shopping Centre and the Tricycle Theatre and Cinema. The hotel is close to Cricklewood Station, which offers Thameslink train services through London. It is in Travelcard Zone 3 and outside the London Congestion Charge Zone for cars.