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Stay in a boutique hotel near Wimbledon Tennis Club and treat yourself to a little luxury during the championship. After all the excitement of pro-tennis at Wimbledon return to a gorgeous hotel room with bold colours and cosy bed linen including goose down duvets.

The Lodge Hotel is on the eastern side of Putney which is close to the districts of Southfields and Wimbledon. Wimbledon is easily reached by public transport, car or foot making The Lodge your best option for an East Putney hotel.

Wimbledon hotel offers

The Lodge is a preferred hotel by the Lawn Tennis Association. For many years, we have hosted championship players and tennis fans. In our library, we pay homage to tennis ace Roger Federer.

Each year we have a variety of hotel offers depending on when you are booking online. You can save 15% with our Summer special. Our weekend offer includes a 10% discount and free breakfast which is the best way to start on the final weekend of Wimbledon for our tennis aficionados.

A little about Wimbledon

While the All England Club attracts tennis fans each year for the longest-running tennis tournament globally. There is a lot more to Wimbledon than just the Wimbledon championship.

Wimbledon is between two distinct, the Town and the Village. The Town is the major commercial and business area which houses the New Wimbledon Theatre and train station that links to Surrey and beyond. The Village is the real find, more like a country village than part of the urban metropolis, full of cute shops, charming restaurants and some great pubs. The Ivy Cafe in Wimbledon village is worth a visit, as is the 1980s fame Italian San Lorenzo on Wimbledon Hill Road.

The main hill fort on Wimbledon Common dates back to the Iron age when construction began. The vast fields of Wimbledon Common draw walkers, cyclists and golfers to the stunning woodlands which host the Polka Children’s Theatre. It’s a welcome area of countryside within the city.

Getting to Wimbledon from The Lodge Hotel

The Lodge Hotel is less than two miles from the Tennis Championships, with multiple travel options. It’s about 20-30 minutes on foot or less than five minutes by taxi. The easiest way is via the tube on the District line, East Putney to Southfields (the closest station to the tennis) is just one stop.

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