“Free Car Parking at the hotel is available on a first come first serve basis. Restrictions now apply on residential streets next to the hotel Monday – Sunday 13pm-20pm, charges apply within these hours”
One of the best hotels in North London, the newly crowned 4-star BEST WESTERN Palm Hotel near Wembley will gladly be your host during your stay in one of the greatest cities in the world. Enjoy comfortable and spacious rooms equipped with wall-mounted LCD TVs and bathrooms with walk-in showers in your temporary London home.
After a long day of sight-seeing, you can relax your weary feet in the guest lounge at the 24/7 bar and catch your breath before heading out to catch that show or play that you finally bought tickets for. If you don’t have tickets yet or don’t know which show to see, go online with the hotel’s free WiFi and find the right one for you.
Take a tube ride of less than twenty minutes from our hotel in north London to West End theatreland to experience some of the best display of talents in theatre arts.
Let us give you an overview of what is currently on:
Fun for the whole family will be had with Matilda – The Musical at Cambridge Theatre. Roald Dahl’s charming tale of a neglected girl discovering her special powers will delight you and your children without fail. There’s wonder to be found in the West End, so be sure to bring your imagination.
Puppets are not just for children. During your stay at the Palm Hotel, one of few great hotels near Wembley in North London, you will be able to discover just that when you book yourself tickets to War Horse at the New London Theatre. Be gripped by the award-winning story of Albert and his horse Joey, sold into the cavalry and shipped to France at the outbreak of World War I. The Handspring Puppet Company and their magnificent life-sized puppets will mesmerize you.
More historical drama can be added with a viewing of Les Miserables in its latest incarnation playing at the Queen’s Theatre. Let yourself be taken on a whirlwind show with a new and richer sound and a compelling new cast to rediscover Victor Hugo’s classic in musical form.
If you prefer it lighter, why not check out Mamma Mia!, the Abba musical at the Novello Theatre. There’s nothing nostalgic about this reinvention of your favourite Abba songs, instead much fun is to be had with this story of a girl about to marry trying to find out who her father is.
For everyone who prefers the South Park kind of humour, The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre is for you. You will find a singing, dancing and hilarious representation of the ludicrousness of Mormon dogma on stage in one musical that does not leave a single eye dry. Never actually being mean, it’s the mildest creation by Trey Parker and Matt Stone that will want you to come back for a few more laughs.
A classic is brought back to the stage with Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the most anticipated new musical of 2014. Playing at the Savoy Theatre with an award winning cast and a live grand orchestra, prepare yourself for an extraordinary show.
The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre is for fans of spooky entertainment. This gripping theatre event has entertained over 7 million people since 1989. Why not join them?
If it needn’t be a musical when you find yourself staying in one of the hotels near Wembley in North London, perhaps even the BEST WESTERN Palm Hotel, then the revamped Stomp at the Ambassador’s Theatre might be a good alternative for you with its fast-paced combination of percussion, music and tap-dance.
Or find out what’s in the cards when Charles finally becomes king in King Charles III at the Almeida Theatre. It’s the first major play in blank verse in the West End in a very long time and it’s hugely enjoyable.