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Holiday Inn Express London - City
Old Street
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Book the modern Holiday Inn Express London-City hotel, set in an area buzzing with nightlife, a short stroll from the City. Step directly from bustling Old Street into Holiday Inn Express London-City's bright and welcoming Lobby. We're right on the doorstep of Hoxton Square 's cutting-edge bars and nightclubs, with colourful Brick Lane a 10-minute walk away. Old Street Tube station is 2 minutes' walk from the hotel and Liverpool Street station , which connects to London Stansted Airport , is a 10-minute walk. Take a taxi to London Heathrow Airport in 45 minutes. Holiday Inn Express London-City is a quick stroll from Bishopsgate and Finsbury Square's businesses and local offices. Host training days in our 5 air-conditioned meeting rooms and ask our friendly staff to arrange catering. You can link to wireless Internet throughout the hotel.

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