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Welcome to Premier Inn Luton Airport

Address: Osborne Road, Luton, LU1 3HJ

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Premier Inn Luton Airport is close to Luton Airport Parkway Rail Station, as well as London Luton Airport and junction 10 of the M1. It has free guest parking and an on-site Beefeater restaurant. The Premier Inn Luton Airport is also convenient for the town centre, and comes with meeting facilities. All rooms have good beds for a good night's sleep. Some rooms at Premier Inn can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast has the expected cooked items, including vegetarian sausages, as well as a wide continental selection.

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The University of Bedfordshire - University

The University of Bedfordshire - University

Distance 0.5 miles (0.79 km)
The University of Bedfordshire is a modern public university established in 2006. The University has 3 campuses: Luton, Putteridge Bury and Bedford and currently enrolls 17,000 students. The 4 faculties of the University offer various study programs: Faculty of Creative Arts, Technologies and Science (computing and information systems, media, art & design, and science), Faculty of Education & Sport (physical education and sport sciences), Faculty of Health and Social Science (acute health care, midwifery and child health, and psychology) and the University of Bedfordshire Business School.

Luton Town Football Club - Football Club

Luton Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.4 miles (2.25 km)
One side of the ground and one end are small and covered. A Luton fan once told me that the council would not let the club build any higher than the surrounding houses. The small end, The Oak Road Stand, is given to away supporters and this has a simple electric scoreboard on its roof. The other end is a large covered all seated stand, which was originally a terrace. You can still see parts of the old terrace at the back of this stand. The small side of the ground (called the Bobbers Stand as entrance cost a Bob!) is predominantly filled with a row of executive boxes and is so small that you can clearly see the houses behind it.

Luton Airport - Airport

Luton Airport - Airport

Distance 1.48 miles (2.36 km)
Luton Airport is the 7th largest airport in the UK. 6.5 million passengers used the airport in 2001. 78 per cent of passengers fly on scheduled services, 22 per cent on charter services. Aproximately 70 per cent of passengers are on international flights, approximately 30 per cent are on domestic flights. More and more cheap flight operators are scheduling flights form Luton so it just keeps getting busier and busier. The airport has a dedicated cargo terminal that handled 35,862 tonnes of cargo in 2001. London Luton Airport has an EU and MAFF approved airport border inspection post for livestock and handles numerous livestock and bloodstock flights. Some of the more unusual "freight" handled include 1000 sheep from New Zealand, 25 Cossack horses from the Ukraine and 470 Alpaca from Chile.