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Hemel Hempstead could be described as a tale of two cities, or a town of two stories as it is made up of the new town built after World War 11 and the historic town old town, whose skyscape is punctuated by St Mary's Church Spire standing at 200 ft dating back to the 12th century, it is considered to be one of the country's finest. The Hemel Hempstead Hotels present an extensive catalogue of accommodation choice providing for all groups of visitors and all budgets.

Hemel Hempstead is a town in Hertfordshire, England and is home to a population of 81,143, it is situated in a shallow chalkland valley at the confluence of the rivers Gade and Bulbourne 27 miles north west of London. The town is well connected as the main line between London Euston and the Midlands passes through Apsley and Hemel Hempstead as does the Grand Union Canal and the A41 trunk road.

Nearby Gadebridge Park is a large piece of open park land and it features Charter Tower and it is here that the last remains of a mansion house often visited by Henry VIII is found. Close to the railways station a strange local landmark known as Snooks Grave is where the notorious highway man James Snook, who was the last person in England to be taken back to the scene of his crime for murdering a mail boy and was hanged in 1802 and buried here marked by a stone tablet.

Today the new town is home to fabulous shopping centers hosting the latest designer brands, a vast collection of restaurants, pubs, trendy wine bars, pavement cafes and night clubs. The town hosts many international headquarters, conference and convention centers and boasts excellent communication links to the rest of the country and Europe.

Visitors to the city will be impressed by the great selection of accommodations provided through the many Hemel Hempstead Hotels ranging from attractively restored 16h century coaching inns to strikingly modern 5 star chain hotels to unique heritage buildings home to individually designed guests rooms and innovative interior design.

The luxury hotels offer airport transfer alternatively many guests prefer the convenience of car hire, taxis, bus and trains are all on hand and provide further autonomy. Flanking the main roads are found modern business and commuter hotels these offer excellent access to communication links, and provide modern en suite accommodations companioned with sophisticated communication and entertainment systems.

The business hotels offer their executives business lounges where breakfast buffets are served each morning, all day snacks and refreshments are on hand as are business journals and daily papers. The lounges are flanked by business centres presenting secretarial services and translation services.

The elegant historic hotels may provide multi roomed suites home to seating, dining and study areas, floor to ceiling windows frame panoramic views of the town and master bedrooms comfort through four poster beds and fine linens.

The finest restaurants in the town are found within the confines of the Hemel Hempstead Hotels and may be showcased through grand dining rooms home to silver cutlery, candles and fresh flowers or may be laid out on terraces edging manicured grounds presenting international menus. Coffee Bars welcome the day with aromatic coffees and fresh pastries, traditional Bars and wine bars offer entertainment and local ale.

The Hotels provide extensive conference facilities and exquisite space for celebrating special occasions.

The Hemel Hempstead Hotels are multi faceted and are sure to suit all visitors, providing memorable moments and relaxing sanctuary guaranteeing returns.