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Marriott London Twickenham
Marriott London Twickenham
(1.5 km from station)

Guest Rating: 86%
A 4 star business and sports hotel with 156 modern rooms. As part of Twickenham Stadium, this is a great place to stay whilst in town for a match and it is conveniently located just six miles from Heathrow Airport. 

Premier Travel Inn London Kew, Brentford
Premier Travel Inn London Kew
(2.4 km from station)

Guest Rating: 84%
This 3 star property is located at roughly a 30 minute tube ride from central London and features its own onsite restaurant and conference rooms as well as being within easy driving distance of Twickenham stadium and the M25.

Coach and Horses Hotel, Richmond upon Thames
Coach and Horses Hotel
(2.2 km from station)

Guest Rating: 84%
Experience something of the English village lifestyle whilst remaining in close proximity of central London, with the stunning Kew Gardens on your doorstep, a village green at the hotel entrance and classic gastropub dining available seven days a week. Stylish and inviting bedrooms complete the relaxing and informal atmosphere.

Hotel 55, London
Hotel 55
(1.8 km from station)

Guest Rating: 82%
Hotel 55 is a chic new hotel just a few minutes from the Underground, set in a converted Victorian town house in Ealing. The sleek design and excellent transport links make Hotel 55 a good base for any visit to London.

Chiswick Moran Hotel, London
Chiswick Moran Hotel
(1.2 km from station)

Guest Rating: 81%
A designer hotel for those looking to live the Hollywood dream without having to fly all the way to America. The hotel is located in West London and has a wealth of facilities including an impressive fitness area. 

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About Acton

Acton can be a confusing place for rail travellers, who when planning their journey must contend with no less than seven similarly-named rail stations. North Acton, East Acton, West Acton and Acton Town are all underground lines, with Acton Central, South Acton and Acton Main Line servicing the National Rail. As needlessly complex as that may initially seem to tourists, the upside is that the area is extremely well-serviced by transport links in comparison with many areas of semi-urban London, and your Acton hotel is likely not to be too far away from the tube. The fact that Acton has been a notable feature in Monty Python, Alan Partridge, and was the setting of Only Fools and Horses gives some indication as to its character. It’s an affable, slightly run-down area obviously very fondly thought-of by its current and former residents. As homebase to a community of fun-loving Antipodean visitors, it can have a bit of a party atmosphere come the evening.

Closest to the station is the Acton Town Hotel, which is a family-run B&B, and a good budget option for people looking to spend their days more centrally. Families and groups can find small but comfortable apartments here, equipped with little kitchens and sitting rooms.

Next closest is the Blue Star Hotel, which obviously prides itself on style and modernity, with more neon tubing than one might expect from an Acton hotel. The Pearl Water Restaurant is the first of its kind in Acton, selling Asian Fusion cuisine.

Finally, the four star Ramada Ealing is a more prestigious option, just over 1km away from Acton Town Station. The Ramada is not too pretty from the outside, but has large and comfortable rooms combined with excellent conference facilities. The most attractive part is probably the Arts Brasserie.

Acton Town Station services the District and Piccadilly Lines, while North, East and West are all on the Central Line.

Acton Tube Station

This is Acton Town Tube Station, which is on the District and Piccadilly lines.  There are a few other stations with “Acton” in the title (for example, East Acton and South Acton) which are on different lines, so take care not to get confused.  Acton Town is in Travelcard Zone 3.  It’s in the borough of Ealing, West London.

The original station on this site was opened in 1879.  The current building dates from a reconstruction in the early 1930’s.  It is designed a geometric style using brick, reinforced concrete and glass.  A recent refurbishment has added two new lifts, providing a step-free access to the station for disabled passengers and those with luggage.  An accessible toilet was also installed.

To the north of the station is Ealing Common Depot.  Here, in a former repair shop, is housed the London Transport Museum’s reserve collection of rail and road vehicles, as well as a vast store of posters, artwork, signs, ticket machines and ephemera.  Public access to the Museum Depot is limited, but guided tours can be booked on certain weekends throughout the year.


Attractions near Acton


Gunnersbury Park is near the station.  It has 186 acres of woodland and grassy spaces, as well as a collection of historic buildings.  You can see the Orangery, “Princess Amelia’s” Bath House, Gothic ruins and the Stables.  The large mansion, Gunnersbury Park House, is the home of the local history museum.  There is also a café, children’s play area and a pitch and putt golf course.  A bowling green, sports pitches, lake and boat house can also be discovered in the park.

South Ealing Cemetery is a Victorian graveyard dating back to 1861.  It has a collection of gothic headstones and statues.

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Acton Town Hotel0.1km
Blue Star Hotel0.9km
Ramada Ealing1.1km
Chiswick Moran Hotel1.2km
Creffield Lodge Hotel1.3km
London Guest House1.4km
Abbey Lodge Hotel1.4km
Marriott London Twickenham1.5km
A To Z Hotel1.5km
Grange Lodge Hotel1.7km
Hotel 551.8km
Chiswick Lodge Hotel2.0km
At Home Chiswick2.0km
Travelodge London Kew Bridge2.1km
Ramada Encore London West2.1km
Holiday Inn London Heathrow2.2km
Chiswick Court Hotel2.2km
Coach and Horses Hotel2.2km
Best Western Chiswick Palace & Suites London2.3km
Chiswick Hotel2.3km