Us Indians absolutely love our cricket. As well as going to cricket matches, we also really enjoy doing a spot of cricket betting too. We are not really too fussed about what we are betting on - it could be the cricket T20 World Cup, a test match, an Indian Premier League match, or a random ODI. All that matters is that we bet on cricket online. The best cricket venue in the world is Lord’s, London, as this is the home of cricket. We really recommend that you go and watch cricket matches here if you ever get the chance. You could also place a bet on the action while watching it live. Below we are going to three of the best hotels near Lord’s that you should consider staying at if you ever visit London to watch a cricket match there.
This amazing hotel is situated just 1.5 km from Lord’s, meaning that on the day of the match you can walk to the ground in just 15 minutes or so. It is an elegant 18th-century Georgian house located on Chiltern Street and is named after the famous fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Each room comes equipped with air-condition, free Wi-Fi, and Sky TV so you can rewatch the highlights of the day’s play before you drift off to sleep. When it comes to the other popular attractions in London, you are within walking distance of Madame Tussaud’s Regent’s Park, Hyde Park, and London Zoo. The hotel also comes equipped with a gym, should you feel the need to work off some of the calories that you have consumed at some of London’s finest restaurants. They also have their own airport shuttle, so getting back to the airport when your trip is over should not be too much of an issue.
This hotel offers its guest peaceful accommodation right in the heart of London. It is a hotel that was inspired by Japanese hospitality and merges the best Japan has to offer with the West to ensure that all of their guests get the 5-star experience that they truly deserve. The room have been beautifully designed and come equipped with plush beds, luxurious rain showers, and free Wi-Fi. There is also a fine dining restaurant where you can taste some of the best dishes you have ever had, and you can wash all of your food down with a vast collection of Japanese Sakes, whiskies, and cocktails. When it comes to getting to Lord’s on match day, you will have no problems whatsoever as the iconic cricket venue is located just 1.6 km from the hotel, meaning you can walk there in just 15-20 minutes. You will also have no issues visiting London’s iconic attractions as Marble Arch tube station is just two minutes away from the hotel. You will be close to some main attractions already such as London Zoo and Madame Tussauds. When it is time to fly home, Paddington Station is only 1.3 km away and here you can take the Heathrow Express to Heathrow Airport.
This 4-star hotel is just 300 metres away from Lord’s Cricket Ground, so depending on where your room is situated you could be able to look out of the window and see Lord’s. All of the rooms in this hotel are modern and come equipped with large LCD TVs that you can make use of to watch highlights of the cricket you watched live. There is a spacious bathroom and toiletries will be provided for you. There is also a safe that you can set up to store any of your valuable - you can set the code, so you do not have to worry about any staff members gaining access to the safe. There is also an in-house gym that you can make use of after you have decided that you have consumed too many calories for your liking. When it comes to London’s attractions, you are very close to London Zoo, Regent’s Park, and Madame Tussauds. If you want to go further afield, then you will have no issue doing so as the Baker Street and Marylebone tube stations are just a ten-minute walk away. You will be able to get to London’s famous West End in no more than 20 minutes. When it is time for you to head home, Paddington Station is close by and from here you can get a train to Stansted, Heathrow, or Luton airport.