Hotels in Brent

Average price from £57

Brent hotels

Sitting to the north west of London, Brent is an ideal location for holidaymakers to base their stay in the UK capital.

Brent has excellent transport links with both Inner and Outer London, with the area's exciting attractions and pulsating culture adding to its appeal.

Hotels near Brent
  • London Wembley Park

    151 Wembley Park Drive Wembley Middlesex HA9 8HQ
    (1.4 miles) Based on 1306 traveller reviews
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    £52.00
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  • London Hanger Lane

    1-6 Ritz Parade Hanger Lane Ealing W5 3RA
    (1.3 miles) Based on 1111 traveller reviews
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    £39.00
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  • London Greenford

    Western Avenue Greenford Middlesex UB6 8TE
    (2.3 miles) Based on 221 traveller reviews
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    £56.50
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  • London Harrow

    Kenton Road Kenton Middlesex HA3 8AT
    (3.3 miles) Based on 685 traveller reviews
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    £56.50
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  • London Ealing

    22-24 Uxbridge Road Ealing London W5 2RJ
    (2.7 miles) Based on 861 traveller reviews
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    £58.50
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  • London Edgware

    435 Burnt Oak Broadway Edgware Middlesex HA8 5AQ
    (4.3 miles) Based on 730 traveller reviews
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    £53.00
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Attractions in Brent

Wembley Stadium, which was reopened in 2007, is one of the main draws for holidaymakers staying in Brent. The stadium has staged an array of world-class sporting matches and concerts since it was reopened, including the Live Earth event and the 2013 Champions League Final.

Active holiday makers visiting Brent should also visit the family friendly Roe Green Park during their time in the area. Visitors can enjoy the park's picturesque flower beds, exciting playgrounds and beautiful walled garden.

Premier Inn guests will be well placed to attend one of the many concerts and other events that take place at the indoor Wembley Arena. The 80 year old venue has hosted performance from bands such as The Who and Rolling Stones and was used for badminton matches during the 2012 Olympics.