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Welcome to Holiday Inn London- Stratford City

Address: 10a Chestnut Plaza, Westfield Stratford City, Olympic Park, London East, E20 1GL

Hotel Description

The Holiday Inn London - Stratford City is situated in the heart of Europe’s largest shopping centre, Westfield Stratford City. An on-site gym and business centre are also available. Central London can be reached in 20 minutes via tube from Stratford tube station, which is only a 200-metre walk away. The O2 Arena, Canary Wharf and London City Airport are all within 5 miles. Free Wi-Fi is provided in each air-conditioned room at Holiday Inn Stratford City, as well as an en suite bathroom and tea/coffee making facilities. Guests can enjoy a hot buffet breakfast and European cuisine in the hotel’s restaurant, or have a cocktail in the lounge bar. Air-conditioned meeting rooms, which can hold up to 80 people, have Wi-Fi access.

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Leyton Orient Football Club - Football Club

Leyton Orient Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.24 miles (1.98 km)
Leyton Orient F.C. are an English football team currently playing in Football League Two. Their home stadium is the Matchroom Stadium on Brisbane Road, in east London, close to the Leyton tube station. Matchroom is the name of Barry Hearn's (the owner) sports promotion company. Previously the stadium was known as Leyton Stadium although many supporters continue to just call it Brisbane Road Stadium or just Brissie. Orient's symbol is made up of two wyverns facing each other over a football. The wyvern symbol was introduced in 1976 and incorporates Orient's links with the City of London (symbolised by the dragon) and with the sea.

ExCeL London - Exhibition

ExCeL London - Exhibition

Distance 2.07 miles (3.3 km)
Welcome to ExCeL London, the international exhibition and conference centre, home to a vast range of events throughout the year, from internationally acclaimed travel trade exhibitions to high octane sporting events for all the family, as well as product launches, conferences and corporate hospitality functions. The ExCeL London campus complements each event, offering a whole host of bars, pubs, cafes, restaurants and hotels to make your visit to our venue fun, relaxed and enjoyable. Our unique combination of space and customer service creates new opportunities to turn your vision into reality. ExCeL is located alongside Royal Victoria Dock.

Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood - Museum

Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood - Museum

Distance 2.2 miles (3.52 km)
The Museum began life as a prefabricated South Kensington Museum, which was later replaced with the V&A. The original iron frame, still visible inside, was bought to Bethnal Green in the 1860s, re-erected, and finished with its distinctive red brick to the designs of J W Wild. The outside was decorated with murals depicting the arts, sciences and agriculture by F W Moody, and the marble mosaic floor was put together by women prisoners from Woking gaol.

West Ham United Football Club - Football Club

West Ham United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.21 miles (3.54 km)
The turrets have been modelled on those appearing on the club crest. It is nice to see a Club actually trying to instill some character into a new stand. It currently sits a fair distance from the side of the pitch as this is intended to be move d 15 metres West , if and when the rest of the ground is re-developed. Opposite is the smaller two tiered East Stand. This older stand was opened in 1969. Both ends are large, smart, two tiered stands. A n electronic scoreboard in one corner. Just outside is a handsome statue of England Captain Bobby Moore, holding aloft the World Cup Trophy which England won in 1966.