Hotels Luton Airport
Geography of Luton Airport
London Luton Airport is located 32 miles north of central London, well placed
near Junction 10 of the M1, just east of Luton town centre. It provides convenient
access via the M1 to local North London locations, as well as Milton Keynes,
Northampton and Birmingham, and destinations further north. There is also quick
access to the M25 ring road that loops London and links to all major motorways
feeding the rest of the UK.
The frequent complimentary shuttle links to Luton Parkway train station gives
passengers access to 24 hour rail services into central London, which can take
as little as 25 minutes, as well as regular services to the south coast (Brighton)
on the Thameslink line and north to East Midlands on the Midland Mainline.
The airport is a popular stop on the National Express Coach network, with frequent
connections to other major London airports and numerous destinations in north
London and further north into the Midlands.
Its smaller size and the fact it does not handle long-haul flights makes Luton
Airport a popular hub for European flights, particular those to Ireland, Amsterdam
and the Mediterranean. It is also popular among north London and Midlands residents.
Luton, with a population of 170,000 people, is Bedfordshire County's largest
town. It's location gives convenient access to central London but is also within
easy reach of the countryside. The historic town of Bedford is situated north
of Luton on the A6 and features beautiful river walks and relaxed handicraft
Information: +44 (0) 1582 405100
Selection of hotels in this region:
Regent Lodge Hotel and 15 days parking
Express by Holiday Inn Luton Airport
Hertfordshire Moat House
The Chiltern Hotel
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full list of hotels and online booking