Hotel in Detail:The Hendon Hotel is an elegant 16th century Georgian mansion building is set in its own grounds by a busy High Street offering lots of amenities. Has been a hotel since 1911. Part of history as the hotel the England Squad stayed in when they woin the world cup in 1966.
The fully air-conditioned hotel boasts 57 beautifully and individually decorated traditional style bedrooms comprising doubles, larger doubles and four-poster bed suites. All rooms are en-suite with Gilchrist Soames toiletries, hairdryer and bathrobes. They include mini bars, safety deposit box, satellite flat screen TV, ironing centres, fax ports, hairdryer, tea and coffee coffee facilities and free WIFI internet access. All gust rooms with air-conditioning.
The Hendon Hall hotel provides a room service. One room has been adapted for accessibility. Many of the bedrooms have a garden view.
The Hendon Hall hotel has beautiful gardens, a restaurant and a cocktail bar. The gardens feature an area with a bench where you can sit and relax and a terrace area where you enjoy a drink or tea in the open air.
Den Bar: Peaceful, spacious and welcoming. A relaxed but stylish environment to meet friends or clients. Serves a selection of coffee and loose leaf tea varieties, afternoon tea and has an extensive wine and Champagne list for later in the day. Dark coloured fabrics, sofas and contemporary styling set the mood.
Open 07.00 till midnight. Food is served till 10.00. 24 hour menu available.
The Garrick Restaurant (AA rosette holder) serves a selection of modern British dishes from contemporary classics to inventive fusion recipes. Extensive wine list made up of wines from around the world that have been selected for their quality and character. Informal cuisine throughout the day, with seasonal and regional dishes always available. A menu inspired by classical methods using fresh, seasonal ingredients with a modern twist.
There are extensive conference and banqueting facilities with the largest room, the Pembroke (names after the hotels 16th and 17th century owners) catering for up to 350 guests with car parking. The other, much smaller, rooms are the Sheridan and the Johnson rooms.
If you need assistance at any time of the day or night you will find the front reception is staffed 24 hours.
Other hotel services include safety box facilities, dry cleaning and laundry pickup and concierge services Express check-out is offered as an option and the hotel provides luggage storage facilities.
For the business traveller the hotel offers complimentary WIFI internet access in the public areas, fax and copy facilities.
The hotel is wheelchair accessible.
The Hendon Hall has the feel and atmosphere of an English Country house with a sophisticated atmosphere.
Hotel does not permit guests to smoke in any area including bedrooms.
Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Tube Station: Hendon Central 0.8 miles (1.4 km), Railway Station: Hendon 1.3 miles (2.1 km), Motorway: M1 Junction 2 1.2 miles (1.9 km).
The Hendon Hall Hotel London was originally known as the 'Hendon Manor' which dates back to the 1500's and was known to have been recorded in the Doomsday book. Its life as a hotel began in 1911 after having been used a girls school since 1852. Indeed even before life as a school the building was owned by David Garrick, an 18th century English actor and playwright and a big influence in the theatre during this time. During the second world war the hotel was used by the RAF for the recovery of its injured men. In 1966 the England soccer squad spent the night here the the day before going on to win the world cup. The Hendon Hall hotel has the atmosphere of a warm and welcoming country house, yet it is only eight miles from the centre of London and one mile from Junction 2 of the M1 and even nearer to the A1 dual carriageway which runs just to the North of the hotel. If you cross the A1 junction into Holders Hill Road you will find a brook runs to the rear of that road for several miles with open spaces dotted along it, it makes for a relaxing walk (entrance off Holders Hill Gardens). Close by is the Brent Cross shopping centre (1.2 miles) known as North London's West End. This is a large covered shopping mall featuring many well known shops and restaurants. A short stroll to the south along Parson Street finds a busy High Street at the Brent Street and Church Road junction. There are several popular local pubs along both roads among a range of public amenities and shops. Hendon itself is a middle class residential area which has a notably large Jewish and Asian populations. Local attractions include Church Farmhouse Museum (0.5 miles) which is a Grade 2 listed building dating back to the mid 1700's and holds exhibitions all year round. The RAF Museum (1 mile) in Colindale makes for a great day out with something for the whole family to enjoy.
Bedroom Numbers: 57 / 4 floors
Check-in: 14.00 (2pm)
Check-out: 12.00 noon
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Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 80% by past guests. The London average is 80% and the average for 4 star hotels is 82%. Therefore this hotel is below average for its sector (star rating) .
Milesfaster ranking: 581st from 866 London hotels, and 253rd of 329 four star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: A similar type of hotel (size, rating) nearby (2.6 miles, 4.2 km) would be the 4 star Clayton Crown Hotel London, with rates that start from about £96 and which has an 80% guest satisfaction rating. The Clayton Crown Hotel London also offers: free WiFi, a spa.We can also suggest a cheaper options nearby which would be the Holiday Inn Wembley Hotel. 3.9 miles from the Hendon Hall Hotel (6.3 km), has scored 77% from former guests and has rates from around £81.
Would you prefer to go with something that has scored higher in guest satisfaction ratings? If that is what your after then the 4 Star Hide Hotel Hendon seems like a possible option, it's only 1.0 miles (1.6 km) from here. The Hide Hotel Hendon is one of the top rated London hotels with a 91% guest satisfaction rating.
Local hotels analysed:The 50 nearest hotels around this area (Ashley Lane, NW4 postcode) which we have have on our website extend out to a 5.3 miles (8.5 km) radius. Consisting of 21 four star hotels (average rating 78%), 26 three star hotels (average rating 78%), 2 two star hotels (average rating 66%) and 1 one star hotel (rated 90%). Of the 50 local hotels top rated is Bay Tree House B&B (4 star) at 99%.
Base Rates: We compare area starting room rates by using base rates. Bear in mind we use the published base rates which do not reflect short term offers and deals. They do however give a decent relative comparison. The average base rate when considering all hotels in the surrounding area is £85 per night. Starting from £33 at Travelodge Wembley High Road (3 Star, 80%) with top rates of £259 at Sanctum Serviced Apartments - Kilburn (4 Star, 89%). Rate averages listed by star level: Four Star average: £105, Three Star average: £70, Two Star average: £56 and One Star average: £118.
In terms of value for money for the local area we rank Ibis Elstree Borehamwood top.