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London Luton Airport Hotels


Luton airport London is UK's fastest growing airport and if statistics are to be believed, in the past 10 years, the airport has witnessed a staggering 400% increase in the number of passengesr.

  1. Express By Holiday Inn Luton
    Percival Way 2
    Luton, GB LU29GP
    Milton Keynes & Luton :Luton inc Luton Airport
  2. Ibis London Luton Airport
    Spittlesea Road
    Luton, LU2 9N2 GB
    Approximate distance:1.1mi/1.8km
  3. Icon Hotel
    15 Stuart Street
    Luton, LU1 2SA GB
    Approximate distance:1.8mi/2.9km
  4. Days Hotel Luton
    Regent Street M1 Junction 10 Luton
    Bedfordshire, LU1 5LX GB
    Approximate distance:2.5mi/4.0km
  5. The Chiltern Hotel
    60 Waller Avenue
    Luton, LU4 9RU GB
    Approximate distance:3.4mi/5.4km

The airport is one of the finest examples of the coming together of public -private partnership wherein the London Luton Borough owns the airport publicly and a private consortium - London Luton Airport Operations Ltd. operates and manages the day-to-day functioning of the airport.

There are eight scheduled airlines that operate regular flights to and from Luton. The airport has all modern airport facilities expected of an airport in London. From shopping to quality restaurants and bars, Luton airport offers a bewildering array of recreational options at surprisingly affordable rates.

The airport has good transport linkages, be it road or rail. In fact Central London is a mere 32 miles from Luton airport. Once you land at Luton airport, the best option for you is to hop into the absolutely free Luton Airport Express shuttle bus that is available at Bay 1. Virgin trains too have very good value for money all-inclusive fares. What distinguishes Luton airport is the pioneering role that this outstanding airport has played in promotion of the all inclusive package holiday concept of the 1960's. The concept of charter traffic originated from Luton airport with the creation of a brand new charter airline called Euravia.
Today Thomsonfly is the world's largest charter airline and significantly is based in Luton airport itself. Also, Westminster, which houses the core government departments is just 10 kms away from the City airport and Canary Wharf, London's upcoming commercial hub is just 5 kms. away.

London Luton Airport

London Luton airport is UK's fastest growing airport and if statistics are to be believed, in the past 10 years, the airport has witnessed a staggering 400% increase in the number of passengesr. The airport is one of the finest examples of the coming together of public -private partnership wherein the London Luton Borough owns the airport publicly and a private consortium - London Luton Airport Operations Ltd. operates and manages the day-to-day functioning of the airport.