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Wimbledon Hotels – Where To Stay In Wimbledon

Wimbledon Hotels – Where To Stay In Wimbledon

Make the most of your visit to Wimbledon at these gorgeous hotels

Wimbledon has a wide range of accommodation on offer, from quaint pubs with stylish and boutique rooms to a grand hotel overlooking the breath-taking Cannizaro Park.

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Cannizaro House, Hotel du Vin

Set in a 19th century mansion, the hotel has stunning panoramic views of Wimbledon Common and rooms look out over the sunken garden.

Offering Georgian elegance and grandeur in the heart of SW19, the hotel offers several dining options and a location perfect for those wanting accommodation for the tennis, or those wanting to explore London.

The 50 rooms are individually decorated and full of character.

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Dog & Fox

Located in the heart of Wimbledon village, this stylish pub with rooms is a great spot to call in for a meal or a drink and put your head down for a night if you require accommodation.

Just a short walk from Wimbledon train station, the Dog and Fox prides itself on having boutique bedrooms, which range from comfortable and cosy, to more formal and fancy. All of the rooms are dog friendly and it’s a great place if you are looking for a base to mooch around the village or you’re in town to watch the tennis.

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Fox and Grapes

Another pub with the well- kept secret of accommodation in Wimbledon!

The Fox and Grapes is set back off the common on Camp Road by the golf course and Wimbledon Common woods. The pub has five luxurious ensuite bedrooms which benefit from the solitude and calm of the common.

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Premier Inn, various locations

Pitching itself as comfort and value combined, Premier Inn hotels are now in abundance in Wimbledon with several options available, including a new Premier Plus in Wimbledon Broadway. There are are other branches in Wandsworth, Tooting and South Wimbledon.

If all of the before-mentioned hotels are booked up, we would recommend booking a good hotel that’s just one or two train stops away, as trains into Wimbledon are very regular. For example you could look at hotels in Earlsfield (one stop away) or Clapham Junction (two stops away). Or head into nearby Kingston, just a short overground train ride away where options include the likes of the DoubleTree by Hilton, a stroll from the station. There are also lots of luxury hotels along the District Line (Fulham, Gloucester Road, South Kensington, Sloane Square, for example).