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Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport

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Waltham Close Stansted CM24 1PP United Kingdom
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86/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Location 93 Great location
  • Hotel 87 Excellent hotel
  • Hotel Building 85 Nice building
  • Service 77 Fantastic service
  • Price 71 Good price
  • Room 69 Room wasn't so nice
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Family Hotel

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Business Hotel

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  • Pleasant entrance area
  • New facilities
  • Good handicap accessible facilities
  • Expensive breakfast
Reviews Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport
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Not the Best Hotel I've stayed at but Not Awful
Reviewed September 2009 by Sonia3
Last year I travelled to Italy with some of my family and we flew from Stansted. Our flight was really early in the morning so we decided to stay in the Radisson SAS hotel the night before. There were nine of us in total in three rooms including two children. -Arrival- Being the only one of us living in London I was the first to arrive. Getting to the hotel was really easy for me, I just took the Stansted express and then followed the ...
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Good enough to use even when you don't have to
Reviewed August 2008 by koshkha
  • #Business trip
  • #No food
  • #Day trip
  • #Alone
Stansted airport used to be like a second home to me. I worked in the joyless town of Haverhill about 20 miles away and I flew out of Stansted at least once a week for many years. It used to be a super little airport where you could turn up shortly before the flight, drop your car in the short-stay and fly off without any trouble, but as the airport has grown it's become a much less pleasant and convenient place to use. So when I discovered the ...
86 out of 100 based on 10837 reviews
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