London Hatfield
3 starsLondon, United Kingdom

The Ramada Jarvis hotel is located in Hatfield, Hertfordshire just 20 miles away from London city centre and all its historic sightseeing and shopping attractions. All major London airports are within 45 minutes coach journey of the hotel.

With great links to London and only minutes from the A1M as well as a great choice of shops and attractions the hotel is perfectly situated for business and leisure guests. Its also close to Luton & Heathrow Airports.

Each of the 128 bedrooms has an ensuite bathroom, flat screen LCD TV featuring in room entertainment and high-speed internet access, hairdryer, trouser press as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded rooms are also available on request.

Hotel guests enjoy complimentary use of the Hertfordshire Sports Village just a few minutes' walk away. Here you will find a the state-of-the-art gym and 25 metre swimming pool.




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Within a five-minute walk of the hotel the training facilities are based at Hertfordshire University, boasting some of the best sports and fitness facilities in the country. The sports village is a great place to have a training camp. In addition to the artificial pitches there is also 3 grass senior football pitches laid to a high standard providing an excellent playing surface.

Pitch 1 – Grass (FIFA Size)
Pitch 2 – Grass (FIFA Size)
Pitch 3 – Grass (FIFA Size)
Pitch 4 – Artificial Grass (FIFA Size)
Pitch 5 – Artificial Grass (FIFA Size)

The artificial pitches are made from the very latest technology in artificial grass surfaces. The Tarkett Sommer 'Prestige' product is used extensively around Europe including F.C Barcelona and the French National HQ at Clairefontaine.

About London

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