- 2 guest reviews
"Luton is not well served by hotels. This hotel is okay but it feels very tired. Think the term 'boutique' is pushing it. Nice people and a g..."
About the hotel
In Luton town centre but also close to extensive parkland- we offer contemporary style and design within a Victorian Villa dating from 1878 - Informal- relaxed- comfortable and quintessentially English - Each boutique bedroom is unique and all benefit from quality furnishings and interesting detail - modern features include air conditioning - flat screen TV and power showers - The historic facade is considered to be of architectural exellence while the garden terrace and pergola offer attractive public areas - The Azure Brasserie and Bar serve Mediterranean Tapas - Mezze and sharing food in informal surroundings - guests may also enjoy drinks or dine on the terrace - The Leaside is just a short walk from local amenities including The Mall Shopping Centre - The Galaxy Entertainment Complex and a selection of bars and restaurants - The mainline train and bus station is 300 yards from the hotel - Luton airport is 10 minutes by taxi while M1 junctions 10 and 11 are within 3 miles
- Air conditioning in rooms, 24 Hour Reception, Wake Up Call Available
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- 14:00 00:00
- Up to 8 years old
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Best of a bad bunch
Luton is not well served by hotels.
This hotel is okay but it feels very tired. Think the term 'boutique' is pushing it. Nice people and a good breakfast. The public areas upstairs look and feel a bit worn. My room was nice and clean but quite cramped. It's an old building so of course you can't expect the advantages of a purpose built hotel. It's convenient for town and the railway station but situated very close to a busy road and the busy railway itself. It's okay. It's quirky and you might like that sort of thing. But it needs a bit of TLC. I'd recommend it but be aware of its shortcomings.
Hotel is ideally situated for Luton town centre.
Very good food and friendly staff. The room was good and comfortable, but the en-suite tired and run down. Shower door difficult to open and the tray grubby and stained. Beginning to think that hotels save their worst rooms for LateRooms and the like.