Wimbledon Hotels – Where To Stay In Wimbledon

Wimbledon Hotels – Where To Stay In Wimbledon

If you’re planning on visiting Wimbledon, these are the places we would recommend most. 

There are many more hotels and rooms you could stay, many of them budget-friendly, but these are the top five Wimbledon hotels for ambience and charm.


Cannizaro House, Hotel du Vin

For comfort, luxury, and a set-back location, Cannizaro House will tick all the boxes. With sprawling gardens, a delightful restaurant, and just slightly away from the hustle and bustle, the luxury hotel is perfect for a comfortable and lush getaway.

The 19th Century house is bursting with character and historic charm, and has 50 luxury hotel rooms and suites, each one individually decorated.

Address: Cannizaro House, West Side Common, London SW19 4UE

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Dog & Fox

Ideally located in the heart of Wimbledon Village, The dog-friendly Dog & Fox has 28 boutique bedrooms, each with that boutique hotel feel. Downstairs there’s a cosy pub and restaurant with roaring fires and live music on Saturday nights, while outside the busy terrace is perfect for sundowners and people-watching.

Address: 24 High St, London SW19 5EA


Fox & Grapes

It’s a well-kept secret that cosy pub Fox & Grapes has five luxurious ensuite bedrooms upstairs. The pub is separated from Wimbledon Village by a green common, and is therefore a little more set back while still being walking distance from everything. It’s also right next to the golf course, and the Wimbledon Common woods.

Address: 9 Camp Rd, London SW19 4UN


Rose & Crown

Another traditional pub in Wimbledon Village, the Rose & Crown also has boutique bedrooms upstairs. The 13 bedrooms are dog-friendly and family-friendly.

Address: 55 High Street Wimbledon, London SW19 5BA


Other Wimbledon options

Many of the other Wimbledon hotels are budget options. The Premier Inn on Broadway is the best budget option, as they offer consistent quality and value for money (expect to pay around £40 per night).

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).