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Novotel to open a hotel in Wembley

14:44 12 December 2013

Novotel will be opening a new hotel in Wembley

Novotel will be opening a new hotel in Wembley

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Novotel are to open a new 235-room hotel in Wembley next year.

The hotel chain has announced the latest addition to their international portfolio will be located close to Wembley Stadium.

The French company will join the likes of Hilton, Holiday Inn, Premier Inn and Ibis, who also have hotels in Wembley.

Thomas Dubaere, managing director of Accor UK & Ireland, owners of Novotel, said: “Like all of our hotels, the Novotel London Wembley will open in a strategic location and has been specially developed to cater to the needs of every guest, whether they are staying for business or leisure.

“The signing of this hotel particularly strengthens our presence across the capital, and the hotel is ideally located for our guests to take advantage of all that Wembley Stadium and the Greater London area have to offer.”

The hotel will also boast 12 long-stay apartments, two meeting rooms and a gym.

Novotel has almost 400 hotels and resorts in 60 countries.

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