|By Marketwired .||
|June 26, 2014 04:47 PM EDT||
TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/26/14 -- Traveling with the family can be difficult. Finding hotel rooms in London with enough space for the kids can be even tougher. This summer, the London Marriott Hotel Twickenham has the perfect solution for families. Now weekenders can book one of the hotel's 77 double/double rooms starting at just £ 119. These rooms come furnished with two double beds and more comfortable space than typical Twickenham hotels. On top of these exclusive rates, this promotion allows the kids to eat free for the weekend so parents can save their money for fun with the family.
To complete one of the best weekend hotel deals in West London, the London Marriott Hotel Twickenham will include complimentary parking onsite for their guests. Enjoying the safety and convenience of their own transportation is easy for families staying at this Twickenham hotel. Local attractions like Kew Gardens, Hampton Court Palace, Thorpe Park, and the London Wetland Centre are all easily reachable by car so families can fill their weekend without stressing about getting the kids from point A to point B.
If you prefer to leave the car behind at the hotel, families wanting to spend a day taking in all the tourist sights of London can do so without hassle. Twickenham is only 20 minutes by train into London's Waterloo Station -- putting guests in a centralised location to experience the iconic London Eye and historic Houses of Parliament. For a more complete experience of everything London has to offer, "duck tours" -- amphibious cruises along the Thames River offer a unique perspective of the city that is fun for the whole family. Should families wish to stay on dry land, one of the many open bus, and hop-on, hop-off tours through London are an ideal option and a memorable way to round off any weekend getaway.
However, families hardly need to leave the grounds of this hotel in Middlesex, UK for an exceptional weekend experience. The London Marriott Hotel Twickenham is part of the Twickenham Stadium and home to the World Rugby Museum, complete with an interactive child and big-kid friendly zone -- the kids will stay engaged while mum and dad explore the history of the popular sport. Families can pursue the all-inclusive rugby experience when they book a stadium tour with access to the brand new England changing rooms. No hotel near Twickenham Rugby Stadium can provide guests with such intimate and exclusive admission into the home of the Rugby World Cup 2015. The London Marriott Hotel Twickenham is an impeccable deal at the prime location for families looking for a simple summer getaway in the leafy suburbs of London. To book your family weekend package visit us online and use promotional code ZJ6.
About the London Marriott Hotel Twickenham
The London Marriott Hotel Twickenham offers guests contemporary aesthetics and modern facilities in one expedient location. Just a few short miles from London Heathrow Airport and a 20-minute train ride from central London, guests can make their stay as active or as relaxing as they'd like. Among hotels in Twickenham, this centrally located property gives guests easy access to some of London's most beloved attractions like Hampton Court, Windsor Castle, Kew Gardens and Thorpe Park for the weekender, or the host stadium of the Rugby World Cup 2015 for the passionate sports fan. After a day of sightseeing, guests can enjoy the friendly sophistication of Twenty Two South Chophouse for a taste of British-raised beef, or catch live sport on one of the two huge LCD flat screens at Twickenham Stadium sports bar -- Side Step, serving drinks and familiar fare during sporting events. For grab and go meals, The Café Lounge is a great option for wasting no time getting to the day's more important endeavors. Guests can start the day off right, or exhaust the last of their day's energy at the hotel's complimentary Virgin Active Classic Healthy Club. Once all is done, the London Marriott Hotel Twickenham's 156 refined guestrooms await. Immersive views of South West London compliment the inviting interiors. Amenities like flat screen LCD TVs and WiFi assure guests stay tuned-in and connected. And finally, the hotel's opulent Revive bedding guarantees a flawless night's sleep at this West London hotel.
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London Marriott Hotel Twickenham
198 Whitton Road
Twickenham, England TW2 7BA, UK
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