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Accommodation In Walton-on-the-Hill

Taking some time off is the best way to stop boredom. How about booking a trip to Surrey? There are some funky places to crash close to the action in Walton-on-the-Hill. We have about 13 places to base yourself within a 10-kilometre distance of the town centre.

The Bovey Cottage and Holiday Inn Express London-Epsom Downs are all conveniently located within 5 kilometres of Walton-on-the-Hill's heart.

The Copthorne Hotel London Gatwick is 18 kilometres from the main part of Walton-on-the-Hill. Another option is the Copthorne Hotel Effingham Gatwick, which is situated 19 kilometres away. Some other hotel options are the Da Vinci Guest House Gatwick and the Waterhall Country House.

Everyone knows Australians just love to relax, so consider staying a little longer and check out the Reigate Priory Museum, Barons Cave and Reigate Hill Golf Club, which you'll find in Reigate, 7 kilometres to the south of Walton-on-the-Hill. Some of our recommended Reigate hotels include the Latchetts Cottage and Best Western Reigate Manor Hotel. 10 kilometres to the west of Walton-on-the-Hill, you can also stay at Leatherhead, which is home to the Sir Douglas Haig and Days Inn Cobham M25. If you stay in Leatherhead, be sure to visit the Polesden Lacey, Effingham Golf Club and ExxonMobil House.

If you like sports and want to see local games, you might choose to make a trip to Wembley Stadium, which is 30 kilometres to the north of Walton-on-the-Hill. Sports fans wanting to sleep near to the action can make a choice from the Fusilier Inn or the DoubleTree by Hilton London - Ealing Hotel.

If you're travelling into or out of Gatwick Airport and would prefer to stay nearby, check out the latest deals at the Copthorne Hotel London Gatwick or the Hilton London Gatwick Airport.

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Hotels in Walton-on-the-Hill start at NZ$162 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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Zedwell Piccadilly
Wotif Verified Review
4 / 5
The minimalistic, cocoon style concept behind the hotel is amazing, cosy rooms, location is great and the staff were friendly and did their best to accomodate my needs. It is great to escape back to the peace and quiet of your room after a day in the heart of London. As stated on the website, the minimalistic style means there are no windows, coffee facilities, TV, hotel phone etc. but I enjoyed this aspect. The operational/maintenance side of the hotel is a bit of a mess however. Some of the additional facilities are not complete and this should be clearly stated on the website, ideally exact months of completion instead of seasons. The lifts are a mess; some do not take you to your floor, others open with the wrong side door opening (to a blank wall!), the voice announcing what level you are on/if it is going up or down is completely wrong. Fittings/finishes in the rooms are not yet complete. Bathroom tap was missing a fitting, maintenance simply shrugged their shoulders and said it must have been housekeeping who took it. The entrance lighting switch was broken and lights flickered constantly unless down to their lowest; again maintenances' solution was to use the mirroring switch above the bed head instead of fixing the one at the door. Their solution to the light flickering was just to turn it down/off. I want to stress that front of house staff were doing their best and from what I could see, dealing with a number of complaints from other guests.
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Zedwell Piccadilly

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