The Adria Hotel in London is located in Hammersmith in the west of London. The area is served by the District, Piccadilly, Circle and Hammersmith and City lines and is in Zone 2 of the Underground network. Parking is available nearby but not on site. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms and rooms are available as single, twin, double, triple and family rooms. In addition there is an annexe to the hotel with a 2 bedroom en-suite apartment and an additional twin room. Rooms come with free wireless internet access, tea and coffee trays, room safe, television, a work desk with international sockets and hair dryer. Ironing boards and irons can be supplied on request. The annexe apartment has a well-equipped kitchen and sitting/dining room as well as a utility room for washing and drying clothes and a small patio garden. Breakfast options include continental or hot English breakfast. Business services include faxing and photocopying. Pets are not allowed and only children of 10 years or older are accepted.
Address44 Glenthorne Road, W6 0LS, London United Kingdom | 4.4 miles from city center | Show on map
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Stamford Bridge Stadium
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