Wembley Stadium Tour with a Hotel Stay
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Wembley Stadium Tour with a Hotel Stay
Experience a behind-the-scenes tour of Wembley Stadium in London!
Relive some of Wembley Stadium's greatest memories with this fantastic package deal and immerse yourself in the history of Wembley Stadium in its dedicated exhibition spaces. Book tickets to experience a unique tour of Wembley Stadium and allow tour guides to take you to the heart of the stadium. Walk in the footsteps of your football heroes as you line up in the players tunnel, where legends have stood, before following in their steps as you walk out pitch-side.
Whether you take a picture in the UK's largest Press Conference room or search for the shirt of your favourite England team member in Wembley Stadium's brand-new dressing room, booking an unforgettable family break with Holiday Extras is something that everyone can enjoy!
What's included with the Wembley Stadium Tour hotel break package?
- Wembley Stadium Tour Tickets
- Overnight Hotel Stay
- Complimentary Breakfast
Tour Time Slots Available:
- Morning - 11am
- Afternoon - 2pm
Why you should book with Holiday Extras
With over 35 years experience in offering all those little 'holiday extras' that make a trip complete, we believe we're pretty darn good at packaging your dreams together. We offer the best possible prices because we want everybody and anybody to be able to enjoy time away with their loved ones. Our less hassle approach means we have streamlined our booking process, making it quick and easy to book!
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Hotel stays near Wembley Stadium in London
Choose from a selection of contemporary and family-friendly 3, 4 and 5-star hotels that provide a convenient overnight stay in London during your city break. These comfortable hotels are also in the heart of central London and are in close proximity to multiple iconic London attractions.
All hotels featured below are within approximately an hour's tube ride of Wembley Stadium. As well as providing the perfect base for your trip, these hotels are also in a great location for discovering all that the vibrant city has to offer, including the exciting variety of restaurants, cafés and bars.
DoubleTree By Hilton London Ealing
Hanger Lane, Ealing
Our closest hotel to the attraction - situated only 5 miles from Wembley Stadium.
This 4-star hotel provides quick access to central London. This hotel boasts an excellent on-site restaurant and fitness centre. Each stay even begins with a warm DoubleTree welcome cookie.
Enjoy a delicious evening meal and dine in style at the W5 Grill & Bar or eat alfresco on the outdoor terrace.
This is the perfect hotel to relax and unwind in after a busy day at Wembley Stadium. On-site parking is also available.
Leonardo Royal London St Pauls
Godliman Street, St Pauls
Conveniently situated just under 3.5 miles and just a 30-minute tube ride away from the Emirates Stadium
Leonardo Royal Hotel St Paul's is a great hotel for a relaxing overnight stay during your football trip.
An excellent 4-star establishment, this hotel provides spacious bedrooms with excellent fine-dining in Leo's Bar and Restaurant.
Enjoy the perfect place to unwind with a cocktail in hand at the Sabine Rooftop Bar, which has unique views over St Paul's.
The Strand, West End
Situated only approximately 4 miles away from the Emirates Stadium
This super-stylish 4-star hotel is just a 20-minute train ride away and in close proximity to Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden.
With a bar and on-site complimentary gym, this is the perfect hotel to relax in after a busy family day at Arsenal's famous Football grounds.
With a passion for provenance and using top-quality ingredients, Haxells (the on-site Restaurant and Bar) provides excellent food.
Leonardo Royal Tower Bridge
Prescot St, Tower Bridge
On-site swimming pool
Situated just under 4 miles from Emirates Stadium
This super-stylish 4-star hotel is just a 30-minute tube ride away and just a short walk from Tower Bridge.
The plush rooms at Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge offer excellent panoramic views of the city from the impressive floor-to-ceiling windows.
Pamper yourself at the Rena spa, relax in the sauna or take a refreshing dip in the pool. Wind down at Leo's Bar and Restaurant which serves an exciting selection of fresh grill dishes.
...or choose from one of our handpicked 3*, 4* or 5* hotels.
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Wembley Stadium FAQ's
Here's a selection of some of the most popular questions around Wembley Stadium and Wembley Stadium Tours.
Where is Wembley Stadium?
Wembley Stadium is situated in the northeast of London, in the suburb of Wembley. The address is:
How do you get to Wembley Stadium?
Wembley Stadium is easily accessible from three railway stations which are Wembley Park Station, Wembley Stadium Station and Wembley Central Station. Wembley Park Station is only two stops from Baker Street on the London Underground Metropolitan line, and is also served by the Jubilee line. Wembley Stadium Station is served by Chiltern Railways and is one stop from London Marylebone. Wembley Central Station is on the London Underground Bakerloo line and London Overground line from Watford Junction to London Euston.
It's advised to use public transport where possible, but if travelling by car is essential you should only use the official stadium parking and a parking space must be booked in advance via the Official Wembley Stadium website. Wembley Stadium also features best-in-class access and facilities for disabled fans and visitors. If you're a blue-badge holder you can also book disabled parking via their website.
Additionally, Wembley Stadium is also served by local buses, serving routes across North West London, and to and from Central London.
What is Wembley Stadium famous for?
Wembley Stadium is the national stadium of England and best-known as the home of English football and for hosting important football matches. With 90,000 seats, it's the largest sports venue in the UK and the second-largest stadium in Europe. The stadium has also hosted many other important sporting events including the first Olympics after the Second World War in the Summer of 1948. Rugby League's Challenge Cup Final was also hosted here, along with the Rugby League World Cup Finals in 1992 and 1995.
Along with its world-wide fame for sporting events and sporting history, Wembley Stadium has also been the venue for multiple music events including the legendary 1985 Live Aid concert, which featured performers such as David Bowie, Queen, Elton John, Sting and Mick Jagger.
How long does the Wembley Stadium Tour take?
Wembley Stadium Tour lasts approximately 90 minutes in total.
Where does the Wembley Stadium Tour begin?
The Tour entrance is on level 1 of the stadium directly behind the Bobby Moore Statue. Visitors will need to walk up two flights of stairs, or use the external lift which can be assessed to the left-hand side of the Club Wembley entrance.
Does Wembley Stadium Tour have disabled access?
Yes, Wembley Stadium Tour has disabled access. See services and facilities available for guests with access requirements via the Official Wembley Stadium website.
How much does a Wembley Stadium Tour cost?
If you book your tickets with Holiday Extras your entrance fee will be packaged with an overnight stay in a top London hotel - saving you hassle as well as money. We have some great deals on offer, just 'select' your preferred tour date in our search engine and see a full range of available hotels and prices. Search for your perfect short breaks package today!