The guest rooms of the All Seasons London Leyton hotel (formerly the Sleeping Beauty Motel) have all been decorated in bright, vibrant colours from lime greens to warm reds and everything inbetween. These cheery colours in themselves make for an enjoyable stay - it's hard to wake up on the wrong side of bed when the world's so bright. The economic price of the hotel includes a complimentary all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast as well as WiFi connection throughout the public areas and in rooms, ensuring that visitors have a good start to the day and can keep in contact with friends, family and colleagues no matter where they are in the hotel. Nine of the 139 rooms are family rooms, appropriate for those with young (or older!) children, making this reasonably sized property ideal for parties of all sizes.
Located in Leyton, approximately 12 kilometres to the north-east of central London, the hotel is within good commuting distance of the city, allowing guests to enjoy the sights of the capital as well as the more peaceful and slow-paced nature of the suburbs. There are several parks and even a forest within the surrounding area where you can enjoy a day getting back in touch with nature, going for a leisurely walk, or eating a picnic. The Olympic Village is located just 5 kilometres away and the hotel is a 10 minute walk from the nearest tube station. Leyton Midland Road is connected to the centre of London by the Overground line, meaning that guests will find themselves standing infront of London's most famous landmarks and business districts after a short train ride. The city is full of popular attractions from the glitz and glamour of Madam Tussauds to the elegant history of The Palace of Westminster.
Leyton, north-east London.Nearest tube station is Leyton Midland Road on the London Overground service.
complimentary WiFi - en-suite - television - ironing facilities - hair-dryer - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving to the All Seasons London Leyton hotel from the city centre can take the Overground service north to Leyton Midland Road, where they should alight. On leaving the station guests should exit right onto High Road Leyton and follow the road to the end. Here they should take the turning on the left onto Lea Bridge Road. The hotel is a short walk along the road, just after the fourth left turning. The walk should take little more than 10 minutes. Alternatively there are multiple taxi services available at the city's airports and major train stations.
Those making their own way by car can leave the M25 at Junction 27 and take the M11 towards central London. Guests should leave the M11 for the A406 Southend Road, turning right at the roundabout. At the next roundabout guests should take the first exit onto Woodford New Road, followed by the third exit at the next roundabout onto Lea Bridge Road. The hotel is a short drive along on the right, just after the crossroads. There is a free on-site car park.