The other way of avoiding queuing for transport is to stay in local accommodation. There are no onsite Wembley Stadium hotels and most of the accommodation near to the stadium has received mixed reviews on tripadvisor.com. But if you’re happy to ‘get what you pay for’, a good option is the 2-star Ibis London Wembley. One minute walk from the stadium, the hotel even has some limited parking.
The local entertainment options around Wembley are limited and if this is a priority you’d be better off looking further afield than Wembley Stadium hotels for somewhere to stay.
One good option is to pitch-up near Baker Street, which is easily commutable to the stadium on the Metropolitan or Jubilee Line, but within far better reach of nightlife options. If this sounds appealing, a good choice would be the 3-star Blandford Hotel, which has good reviews, and is a five-minute walk from Baker Street station.
If you’re looking for high-end accommodation that is still within easy reach of Wembley, there are lots of 4 and 5-star luxury hotels in Green Park, Mayfair and Piccadilly. The 4-star Cavendish is in a great location, close to Green Park tube, but tucked away from the noise of nearby Piccadilly Circus.
For a timeless touch of luxury, you can’t beat the 5-star Ritz Hotel, a one-minute walk from Green Park.
Read more in our Wembley Stadium Guide.