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Express By Holiday Inn Luton-Hemel M1, Jct Star Rating 2        
London Road, Flamstead, St. Albans, Al3 8Ht, Gb

Within 1.3 miles of the M1 motorway, this low-key hotel is 6 miles from Whipsnade Zoo and 7 miles from London Luton Airport.The classic rooms feature Wi-Fi (fees may apply), satellite TV and work desks, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
178 London Road Bed And Breakfast        
178, London Road, St Albans

This unassuming, family-run bed-and-breakfast in a Georgian townhouse is 5 minutes' walk from St. Albans City train station and 9 minutes' walk from the city centre.The 3 simple, traditional rooms come with flat-screen TVs and complimentary WiFi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Ardmore House Hotel St Albans Star Rating 3        
54 Lemsford Road

This grand Edwardian hotel with a Victorian annexe is a 10-minute walk from St. Albans railway station and a 13-minute walk from the city centre.The rooms are furnished in a traditional style.
Clarion Collection Hotel St. Albans Star Rating 3        
Ryder House 27 Holywell Hill

Set in a historic Edwardian building with a stained-glass dome, this polished hotel in the city centre is a minute's walk from the cathedral, and a 15-minute walk from St. Albans City station.Bright, relaxed rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The White Hart Hotel Star Rating 2        
23-25 Holywell Hill

Set in a half-timbered 15th-century former coaching inn, this storied hotel is a 2-minute walk from St. Albans Cathedral, a mile from Verulamium Park and a 15-minute walk from St. Albans City train station.
St Michaels Manor Hotel St Albans Star Rating 4        
Fishpool Street

Set in a converted 500-year-old manor house with 5 acres of gardens and a lake, this upscale hotel is a 10-minute walk from St Albans' city centre and cathedral, and a 20-minute walk from the train station.Refined rooms are individually decorated and have en suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms and suites add 4-poster beds, sitting areas, lake views and/or patios.
Sopwell House St Albans Star Rating 4        
Cottonmill Lane

Once the country home of Lord Mountbatten, this posh Georgian mansion on 12 acres of gardens is 1.6 miles from the city centre and 26 miles from London.The modern rooms and suites have en suite bathrooms, flat-screens and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Quality Hotel St. Albans Star Rating 3        
234 London Road

A mile from St. Albans City train station, this relaxed hotel is 1.1 miles from St.
Premier Inn St Albans City Centre Star Rating 3        
St Peters Street

A 4-minute walk from Alban Arena, this contemporary no-frills hotel is also an 8-minute walk from the Cathedral & Abbey Church of Saint Alban, and 7 miles from Hatfield House, Elizabeth I's childhood home.Rooms, from singles to family rooms with 2 pull-out beds (where kids aged 15 and under eat and stay free with paying adults), feature en suite bathrooms with showers, and tea and coffeemaking facilities, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi, TVs and desks.There's an on-site Thyme restaurant and paid parking.
Ragged Hall Lane        
3 Raggel Hall Lane

Located in St Albans, Ragged Hall Lane B&B sits in a garden and features a shared lounge with TV, 4 miles from M1 Road access and just 5 miles from the Warner Bros Studio Tour London. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout. The guest rooms offer a flat-screen TV, tea / coffee making facilities and a garden view.
 
 
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Saint Albans is a city in southeastern England. It is on the banks of the River Ver, on the outskirts of London. Among its main landmarks and sights are the cathedral, the Abbey of St. Albans, the 15th century bell tower, or clock tower, and the remains of the walls of the Roman town of Verulamium, the best preserved in Britain. We recommend a visit to the Museums of St. Albans, Verulamium and the Organ. You can alternate cultural and historical visits with shopping in shops that sell everything from antiques to top clothing brands. There are also several good restaurants and pubs in town. On Wednesdays and Saturdays you can explore the bustling St. Albans market, which was established over one thousand years ago. You will also find modern shopping centres, like Christopher Place and Maltings. We recommend visiting the famous Rose Gardens, Verulamium Park and Clerence Park. The nightlife is good and features great theatres, pubs and clubs, including some that regularly host live music. The restaurants serve excellent local and international cuisine. You will be able to try cycling, golf, horse riding, fishing and many more activities in town. You will find a good selection of hotels, Victorian guesthouses and cosy B&Bs. Saint Albans awaits you, come and discover it!