Modern hotel situated in the centre of this airport town
Located in the very heart of the town, just two minutes’ walk from the shopping centre, the Days Hotel Luton provides guests with an ideal setting for those visiting the town on business or pleasure, as well as those looking to make the most of the town’s international airport.
Each of the 3-star establishment’s 120 guestrooms includes air conditioning as well as en-suite bathroom facilities with large walk in power showers. Guests can also enjoy satellite television with pay-per-view movies, beverage maker, wireless internet access, and telephone. A number of executive rooms are also available which include additional bonuses such as day-pass entry to the gym and health centre that is located within the same complex, as well as work desk and safe.
The hotel has an adjoining multi-story car park which is available at a discounted rate for customers. It also includes a bar and restaurant. The bar is a fully stocked and shows all major sporting events. The restaurant serves breakfast in the morning and dinner in the evening. For those that prefer to eat out, the town’s many restaurants and pub are within a short walking distance, offering a range of different dishes.
A small meeting room, holding up to 35 delegates, can accommodate those looking to discuss business. With London Luton airport close by it is suitable for those making a flying visit. Rooms include air conditioning as well as a number of necessities, such as projector, television, flipchart, and the like.
Those staying at the Days Hotel Luton for leisure will find central Luton readily accessible. As well as housing a large shopping mall, the town also features ten-pin bowling, a cinema, theatre, museums, and public parks. Most can be found within walking distance, whilst some are only a few minutes’ drive away.
Those with younger children may enjoy a day out to one of Bedfordshire’s more favoured attractions. Whipsnade Animal Zoo and Woburn Abbey Safari Park are both only a short drive away, which is aided by Luton’s close proximity to the M1 motorway. Here visitors can enjoy an afternoon in the company of a plethora of different animals. Woburn Safari Park allows guests to drive through the animal enclosures. Be prepared for monkeys to climb all over your car though.
Those hoping for something a little quieter, and with a little more historical significance, can visit a number of attractions outside of the town. Wrest Park (near Silsoe in Bedfordshire) and Knebworth Park (near Stevenage in Hertfordshire) both offer incredible stately homes and beautiful grounds. You’ll find both relaxing and on a sunny day can easily spend a long afternoon visiting. The nearby cathedral city of St. Albans also includes some stunning historical buildings, many from Roman times.
Perhaps the most beneficial reason for staying in Luton is the town’s proximity to London. At a fraction of the price of inner city hotels, guests can commute into the city thanks to excellent rail and road links. Alternatively, with its long term parking arrangements, the Days Hotel Luton makes for an ideal overnight resting place for those using the airport to travel abroad.