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Brought this tour for myself and my partner through an online gift company who were offering a 2 for 1 deal. Very reasonably priced at less than the on the day adult price. We are both football fans (Arsenal & QPR) and have been to...More
If you are a football fan, visiting Wembley, the home of football, is a must. The new Wembley is pretty impressive and well maintained so you would totally be amazed if you have the chance to visit when the stadium is packed up.
The Stadium itself to watch a match is fantastic; the food however.. £9.20 for baked up chicken tenders with chips is a JOKE! thankfully I didn't buy, coffee tasting like dishwater with milk in, just as bad, and staff who are rude, ignoraant and just...More
Visited for the recent England versus USA fixture. Wembley is a must-visit if you’re a football fan - the home of football (and currently Tottenham too!). Great atmosphere, brilliant to see England play in front of capacity crowds and with loads and loads of food...More
Easy to access
Bag search was a bit of a joke - too crowded people waltzing through unchecked - they need to look at that
The food was awful
£7.50 for a pulled pork hotdog
Too long under heat lamp...More
It’s a very easy walk from Wembley Park station, just follow the arch. Good facilities at this venue, haven’t got anything negative to say about it, apart from it’s a nightmare leaving to get back to the train station as the stadium holds so many...More
We went last month to watch the Eagle's football game. Wembly is a great stadium in every way. It was easy to navigate, had good food, plenty of beer stands, plenty of bathrooms, great viewing from any seat in the house and accommodating people inside...More
Went on the tour - a great birthday gift from our best friends, it was a superb gift and a memorable tour.
Mick the guide was clear, friendly and enthusiastic. It took in the press room, the ballroom, the royal box, pitchside, the managers seats,...More
Response from AlbertoWarrington | Reviewed this property |
There is a tube station in Wembley outside of the Premier Inn this is a short journey into central London. The only time that the Premier Inn is expensive is when cup final games are on or concerts at Wembley. The Premier... More
There is a tube station in Wembley outside of the Premier Inn this is a short journey into central London. The only time that the Premier Inn is expensive is when cup final games are on or concerts at Wembley. The Premier Inn is right outside the Wembley Arena. Booking early is essential and you can opt for a refundable booking for a little extra, which can be well worth it if you change your mind about anything. I have stayed in all of these hotels and Premier Inn Wembley Park is the best and it has a great restaurant on site. It takes so much stress away staying here when going to the stadium.
Response from Mukesh1754 | Reviewed this property |
Well there are few hotels in Wembley.if you book early you will get bargain.Travelodge.Premier Inn , Novotel hotel or Hilton all this hotels are few minutes away. Wembley outlet has few fantastic places to eat and fee coffee... More
Well there are few hotels in Wembley.if you book early you will get bargain.Travelodge.Premier Inn , Novotel hotel or Hilton all this hotels are few minutes away. Wembley outlet has few fantastic places to eat and fee coffee chains.You can stay at Finchley Park.in 5 minutes you are at Wembley Park.You can stay at Baker Street.Metropolitan and Jubilee Tube best line to travel for Wembley stadium.