Wimbledon is, of course, best known as the location for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, and the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is just a few miles away. It is well placed for other local attractions such as Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium, Wimbledon Village, Abbey Mills Market and Morden Hall Country Park, all sure to fulfill your sporting, shopping and tourism needs. The nearest tube station is Colliers Wood, which is less than 15 minutes walk from the hotel and is serviced by the Northern Line, which runs through to central London.
As a budget hotel, Wimbledon South does not have an excessive list of facilities, but it does have an on-site restaurant and bar.
There is a pay and display car park charging £1 per hour, with the first two hours free between 9am and 5pm. Outside of these hours parking is free but a ticket must still be displayed.
The rooms at Premier Inn are all nicely appointed with king size beds and Fogarty duvets and pillows. Most have a bath and all have a powerful shower, freeview TV, WiFi, desk, blackout curtains and complimentary bathroom amenities.
The integrated restaurant provides a convenient dining experience with a menu of traditional and contemporary dishes and all-you-can-eat breakfast.
Under 16s stay free and are entitled to free breakfasts.
The hotel features universally accessible rooms with large double beds for ease and comfort.
Guests arriving by public transport will find Colliers Wood to be the nearest tube station, with the hotel a further 15 minutes walk. The nearest train station is Haydons Road where taxis will be available for the five minute drive. Those arriving by car should take the A3 towards London from junction 10 on the M25, exiting at the A298. From here the best route is to follow the A238 for two miles, turning right at the traffic lights past Sainsburys and right again at the next set of traffic lights. The entrance to the hotel can be found left at the next roundabout and then left again.