3 star modern hotel
South Way, Wembley, Wembley, HA9 6BAShow on map
Hotel Ibis London Wembley is part of an international chain of budget hotels. The Wembley version is housed in a modern building with a 15-storey tower and an adjacent glass block with eight floors. Although... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
Empire Way, Wembley, HA9 8DSShow on map
Wembley Plaza is a 306 room classic 4 star hotel which is based in Wembley, West London. This lies in Zone 4 of the Underground system. The closest tube station to this hotel is Wembley Park. It is served by... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
3 star classic hotel
Empire Way, Wembley, HA9 0NHShow on map
The Quality Hotel Wembley is a modern, three-star establishment, with good transport links in to central London, but easy access to Wembley Stadium and arena for those visiting concerts or sport events. The... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
151 Wembley Park Drive, Wembley, HA9 8HQShow on map
The Premier Inn London Wembley Stadium is a 154 room, 3 star hotel which is based in Wembley, West London. This lies in Zone 4 of the Underground system. The nearest tube to the Premier Inn London Wembley... Read More »
38-42 London Road, Wembley, HA9 7EXShow on map
The Wembley Hotel is set in a Victorian terrace of three townhouses that have been converted to form one three-storey property. Most of the surrounding Victorian buildings have disappeared to be replaced by... Read More »
16 Hillside, Wembley, NW10 8BNShow on map
Bridge Park Hotel is a low-cost hotel in the ethnically diverse, up and coming area of Harlesden in north London. Harlesden is a largely residential area, popular with young professionals due to its cheap... Read More »
3 star modern hotel
North Circular Road, Wembley, NW10 7UGShow on map
"Cheap hotel with well-known brand name close to Wembley Stadium and Arena" If you want inexpensive accommodation close to Wembley that is convenient for drivers, then the Travelodge London Wembley Hotel is a... Read More »
Bed and Breakfast
300-302 Twyford Abbey Road, Park Royal, NW10 7DDShow on map
"Bed and breakfast in a cafe environment in Park Royal near Hanger Lane" This budget B&B in a traditional London cafe knows how to serve up the perfect full English breakfast and is ideal for... Read More »
Search for cheap hotels near Wembley
Wembley is located in northwest London. Originally a manor and grounds for the Page family, it wasn't developed until the 19th century, when a rail line was built through it and the population boomed. Wembley is best known for its stadium, the main home of British Sport.
The venue has a capacity for 105,000 fans sitting and standing and it is the second largest stadium in Europe, which cost a whopping £798 million to build. It is a very striking piece of architecture, with a partially retractable roof. It has hosted the 2007 FA Cup Final and is the venue for the Olympics football finals.
The Stadium also hosts world-class rugby games such as the Challenge Cup and the International Rugby League and it has hosted many concerts for super groups such as Green Day, The Foo Fighters and Madonna. However, it has yet to host such famed events as its predecessor. The original Wembley Stadium was built in 1923 and hosted the 1948 Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final game where Britain brought home the trophy and the 1985 Live Aid Concert. Pele once called Wembley the 'cathedral of football', and the new arena looks set to carry on this impressive record, so it is a must see for any visiting sports fans.
Wembley Arena is one of the area's other main attractions. The Arena was refurbished in 2006 and it is the third largest concert venue in London after Earls Court and Olympia. With 12,500 seats, it has staged shows by The Rolling Stones, The Who, Tina Turner, The Spice Girls and Bob Dylan. More recently it was used for filming of the TV show The X-Factor. It also hosts sporting event such as snooker and World Championship Wrestling and it has a major role in the London 2012 Olympics.
Outside of the Stadium and Arena, Wembley is also near to Sudbury golf course and has a yachting club if that floats your boat (apologies for the pun). Wembley is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, which is reflected in the diverse range of restaurants in the area, with a wide selection of Indian, Malaysian, Thai, Brazilian and Sri Lankan restaurants, so before you take in an event, you will find something tasty and unique to eat. There are some shops at Wembley, but its shopping centre is currently being developed, so it is not know as a major shopping hub.
Wembley has good transport links, and is serviced by the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines, which will take you in to central London or to Paddington Station (from which you can catch the Heathrow Express Train); or to King's Cross St Pancras Station (where the Eurostar terminal is located). If you are seeing an event, staying in Wembley is very convenient and hotels are cheaper than in the centre of the city, however it is advised not to stay too close to the main venues as these can be noisy for the surrounding area. If you want to do some sightseeing, you may prefer to stay in one of London's quainter areas such as Finchley or St John's Wood, from which you can access Wembley or central London with ease.