The Ultimate Rugby Suite

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 3 December 2009

The London Marriott Hotel Twickenham has opened six luxury suites with a birds eye view of the hallowed turf at Twickenham, the home of English Rugby. Those following their teams - whether from Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, South Africa, France, Italy and Ireland to London or elsewhere - now have the ultimate place to stay and enjoy the action.

The suites, named after six Grand Slam-winning England captains, include a private dining/seating area, plus separate bedroom, both with views of the pitch. Each suite has access to a private seating area within Twickenhams South Stand.

The new London Marriott Hotel Twickenham opened in spring 2009. Bedrooms in the suites feature a King Size bed, dressed with Marriotts signature luxury bedding package, including 300-thread-count sheets made from Egyptian cotton, down comforters and thicker mattresses. There is also a luxury bathroom and separate cloakroom. The contemporary design for the suites includes subtle details in carpets and artwork paying tribute to the hotels rugby heritage.

Other key features include flat screen satellite TV, in-room safe, individual mini bar, iron and ironing board and coffee and tea making facilities, plus dedicated work area with flexible work desk and high speed internet access. Guests can also access the 24 hour room service menu.

Pitch view suites are available from 299 per room, per, night, subject to availability and excluding domestic and international games. They are also available for hire for private meetings for around ten people.

The 156-room London Marriott Hotel Twickenham is part of Twickenham Stadiums South Stand development. Located just six miles from Heathrow Airport, the hotel is accessible via Twickenham railway station, just 20 minutes from central London by car and very near local attractions such as Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens and the River Thames.

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