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Easily recognised by its gargantuan structural arch that soars above its roof, Wembley Stadium is situated on the footprint of the old Wembley Stadium just under a 50-minute train journey from the City of London. This architectural masterpiece, primarily designed by Foster and Partners, has seen its fair share of major events. It is also home to the England National Football team, and is the largest stadium in the United Kingdom. With a capacity of 90,000 covered seats, its iconic predecessor, and having hosted events such as the FA Cup Final and several major music concerts such as One Direction and Beyonce, it’s no surprise that this stadium is world famous.
Although you might be visiting the stadium for a specific event, this doesn’t always give you a great overview of the venue itself. Booking a tour of the stadium is a great way to learn about how things operate in and around the grounds. You’ll get an insight and walkthrough of the Press Conference Rooms, Dressing Rooms, the famous Royal Box, as well as the Players’ Tunnels. This comprehensive tour lets you relive some of the most memorable moments Wembley Stadium has ever seen, all while observing how such an impressive venue operates so smoothly. If you’re looking to make this stadium your choice in venues for a function, a selection of conference and meeting rooms are available for hire. Special events can also be held here, including weddings and Christmas parties. A full menu can be added to your booking, whether you’re looking to include a full English breakfast, a range of break time snacks, or a buffet.
Located adjacent to the stadium, you’ll find The SSE Arena, Wembley. With a capacity of 12.500, it’s no small venue either. This indoor space hosts a range of sporting events such as WWE Live, as well as music concerts, comedy shows, and the family-friendly Disney On Ice.
After a long day at Wembley Stadium, you’ll most likely just want to rest your head, relax in the comfort of your own private space, and enjoy the little luxuries you might miss at home. You’ll also want to find a hotel near the stadium, as sitting on the train is the last thing you’re going to want to do after an event.
With its location across the road from the stadium, as well as its opulent interiors, Hilton London Wembley Hotel is the perfect place to stay during your time in the area. The spacious lobby exudes luxury, and boasts comfortable seating space with extravagant chandeliers. On-site facilities such as an indoor swimming pool and The Sky Bar 9 will put you into a state of relaxation, while the fully-equipped fitness centre will keep you in shape. Other hotel facilities include a banquet hall and The Association Restaurant.
Within a ten-minute walk from Wembley Stadium, you’ll find Hotel ibis London Wembley, and with on-site facilities including free high-speed Wi-Fi and secure parking, it’s easy to see why this is a popular choice for stadium visitors. You’ll also be able to dine at FOGG’s Restaurant during your stay, which serves a daily breakfast buffet.