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Menzies Strathmore - Luton

Enjoy a taste of luxury in the hotel's AA rosette-winning restaurant and make a splash in the 15-metre pool before you fly.
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4 Star
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2.2 miles from Luton
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What to expect

When you arrival at Menzies Strathmore

You can check in from 2pm.
Here are your directions to the hotel:
By car:
Leave the M1 at junction 10 and take Airport Way. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto London Road.
At the next roundabout, take the third exit onto Park Viaduct. Then take the first exit at the next roundabout onto St Mary�s Road, which becomes Church Street, and the first exit again at the next roundabout onto Guildford Street. Take the first left into Cheapside, and you will find the entrance to the hotel inside the central car park.
If you're parking overnight, you'll need to park in the multi-storey car park on top of the shopping centre. It's free between 6pm and 8am, then there's an hourly charge up to a maximum of £8 per day. You'll be given a token at the entrance barrier which you'll need to get out again the next morning.
[date from="2012-09-10" to="2012-10-08"]The ramp outside the hotel is being refurbished, so if you're just being dropped off, you'll need to drive slightly past and take the third left into Library Street instead of pulling up outside as normal.
[/date] By public transport:
The hotel is about half a mile from Luton train station. You could get a taxi, or walk - just turn left out of the station, then right onto Bute Street, and you'll see the hotel on your left after about five minutes - but there aren't pavements all the way.


It's obvious straightaway from the sophisticated, appealing food why the Brasserie restaurant at the Menzies Strathmore won its AA rosette. There are themed buffets from time to time, plus an a la carte menu with a wide range of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes, each with a twist, from the purple truffle potatoes which accompany the sea trout to the curried mixed bean cassoulet with the confit of Gressingham duck. Even the burger's a little bit different: rather than the more usual beef, it's Cajun-spiced chicken breast in a focaccia bun.
We'd choose the twice-baked goat's cheese souffle with beetroot carpaccio to start, followed by the roasted wild mushrooms with toasted brioche and garlic cream, or maybe the sea bass fillet with black risotto, provencale vegetables and red pepper coulis. Then we'd have to finish off with the dark chocolate orange fondant with vanilla ice cream and crystallised chocolate for dessert. Nom.
The Brasserie opens from 7am to 10am for breakfast, noon to 2.30pm for lunch and 7pm to 9.45pm for dinner. The bar, a friendly lounge with a big screen TV and a menu of straightforward bar food, is open from 11am to midnight every day, with food until 11pm.

On your departure

You must check out by 11am. A taxi to take you to the airport will cost about £10 - you can book through reception.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What about any accessibility requirements?
    The hotel has one disabled room, and is completely accessible to disabled guests.
  • What facilities are available?
    a restaurant and a bar. There is free wifi throughout the hotel.



The Mall,

Contact Number

01582 734199

Latitude 51.8813Longitude -0.4156

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