Places to stay in Watford
Watford might seem an unlikely destination, but it is not without interest, as are most of Britain's towns and cities when you dig down a little. Most of the attractions in Watford can be reached on foot if you're based at a Hertfordshire hotel or B&B in the town centre or somewhere on the outskirts. On buses here and elsewhere in the county you can get around cheaply and conveniently using the 'Explorer' ticket, which for just a few pounds allows unlimited travel to adults and children wanting to see attractions such as Hatfield House from their Hertfordshire hotel or guesthouse base. Even if you're travelling alone this innovative transport solution can save you significant cash, especially if you're a regular visitor to the county or head into London on a daily basis.
Premier Inn, Hilton, Park Inn, Travelstop, The Grove (tres expensive but tres beautiful), Travelodge x2, Holiday Inn Express are name of some popular hotel in Watford. Expect to pay around £70-80 to stay in the brand names. Park Inn Watford is perfectly located for working in London, but being out somewhere quieter - with only a 20 minute journey to London. Mercure London Watford Hotel is a 3 star Mercure London Watford Hotel is located on the outskirts of London.
The real value of Watford and its environs for commuters and travelling executives is that with the local road and rail links, and both Heathrow and Luton airports relatively close by, getting around the country or farther afield is a simple matter. House prices are also more affordable than they are in London, so you'll be able to find some pretty good deals when staying at Hertfordshire hotels or guesthouses in the surrounding area.