Jurys Inn Watford

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

31 - 35 Clarendon Road, Watford, WD17 1JA, United Kingdom
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Solo63
  • Business73

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Watford Tube Station

by tinyrabbit

Does anyone know if Watford tube station has a car park and if so how much does it cost to park for the day (both week days and Sat/Sun). Also is there a max stay, and are there generally spaces available or does it fill up early. If the latter is the case, can anyone recommend an alternative (preferably as cheap as possible) car park near to the station?



Re: Watford Tube Station

by johnmperry


I think there are several stations in Watford. I don't know why they call it a tube station though, it's not the tube, it's the underground.

Re: Watford Tube Station

by zuriga

There *are* several stations in Watford.. so I'm sending this along. I always thought The Tube and the Underground were synonomous... what's the difference?

Watford is a station at the end of the Watford branch of London Underground's Metropolitan Line in the north-western part of the network in Zone 7, previously zone A.

The Station is in Cassiobury Park Avenue, at the junction with Metropolitan Station Approach, in the Cassiobury area of Watford. It's the end of the Metropolitan Line. Despite the name suggesting a central location, it is some distance from Watford town centre compared with the town's other stations, Watford High Street and Watford Junction. It is known locally as "Watford Met" to distinguish it from these and the other Watford stations, which are all operated by National Rail.

Re: Watford Tube Station

by johnmperry

The tube is a little wormy thing that runs through tunnels. Piccadilly, Central, Northern, Bakerloo, Victoria, Jubilee. The others aren't tubes. Where they go underground, it's not deep underground, it's just cut-and-cover ditches, just below street level.

Re: Watford Tube Station

by jonellis

There is no difference between the TUBE and UNDERGROUND. Even here in the "Colonies" (USA) we know that.

Re: Watford Tube Station

by johnmperry

Si tacuisses, philosophus mansisses

What really gets up my nose is ignorant arses who show said ignorance by baselessly contradicting as a matter of form.

"It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt." (Abraham Lincoln, 1809-65)

Re: Watford Tube Station

by zuriga

I think perhaps people are contradicting you because most people in the world, including London, use the terms Tube and Underground synonomously. You may differentiate the two, which is fine, but most others don't. It's sad but often the majority rules... and Lincoln knew that.

Travel Tips for Watford

Dont be offended

by bedmondbackpacker

If your from england then you`ll know this already but if your from abroad you might mis-hear something and get offended.
(UK)Fag-(US) cigarette
(UK)fanny-(US) pu**y

There are others but it shouldnt be that bad.

Nature Reserve

by St_Vincent

If you are in Cassiobury Park make sure you have a look round this small nature reserve near the bridge over the canal. The entrance is not obvious or signposted and it almost seems as if you are entering a restricted area, but be assured you are not.

Head through the park to the canal and it is on the right hand side just before you get to the bridge. You should be able to see the waterfall that looks beautiful as the sun is coming up.

Watford- Englands Best Town

by bedmondbackpacker

Watford is one of the larger towns that surround London. Which means its great if you want to work in London but dont want to pay a fortune for accomadation.
Watford used to be famous for its printing, but now, theres very little of that left in the town.
Watford is famous for having been used as a location on many TV shows and films(ultimate force,eastenders regularly). Also, Leavesden studios is a 10 minute drive away where Star Wars,Harry Potter fans etc can get their fix! Recently, the town hall was used for recording the "lord of the Rings" soundtrack so its not a quiet town.
There is a lot to do in Watford, leisure centres, nightclubs, a massive shopping centre also lovely parks and quiet places to go with the kids. Its a nice place to go.


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Address: 31 - 35 Clarendon Road, Watford, WD17 1JA, United Kingdom