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Welcome to ibis Styles London Leyton

Address: 543-586 Lea Bridge Road, Docklands, E10 7EB

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This stylish, modern hotel is located at the edge of London near the Blackwall Tunnel. It offers easy access to the City via the A12 and A13 and limited parking at a charge. Ibis Styles London Leyton has spacious bedrooms with a private bathroom, each featuring a flat-screen TV, free tea and coffee and free internet access. The hotel also offers a lounge bar and a breakfast room providing a healthy continental breakfast. Leyton Midland Road Tube Station is just over 10 minutes' walk away, providing 30-minute links to Central London.

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The Leyton Sixth Form College - University

The Leyton Sixth Form College - University

Distance 0.57 miles (0.91 km)
The Leyton Sixth Form College, located in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, has an enrolment of around 1,950 students who are in the age group of 16 to 18 years. The College offers BTEC national certificates and diplomas, BTEC first diplomas and BTEC introductory diplomas. It offers vocational courses in Science, IT, Business, Child Care, Health and Social Care, Travel and Tourism, Art and Design, Media and Performing Arts. A level and AS levels are offered in subjects like English, Media, History, Art, French, Maths and Spanish.

Leyton Orient Football Club - Football Club

Leyton Orient Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.96 miles (1.54 km)
Leyton Orient F.C. are an English football team currently playing in Football League Two. Their home stadium is the Matchroom Stadium on Brisbane Road, in east London, close to the Leyton tube station. Matchroom is the name of Barry Hearn's (the owner) sports promotion company. Previously the stadium was known as Leyton Stadium although many supporters continue to just call it Brisbane Road Stadium or just Brissie. Orient's symbol is made up of two wyverns facing each other over a football. The wyvern symbol was introduced in 1976 and incorporates Orient's links with the City of London (symbolised by the dragon) and with the sea.