Hatfield, designated a “new town” shortly after WWII, has long played an important role in British history, both in terms of politics and industry. During the 20th century, Hatfield was primarily dedicated to manufacturing aircraft. In fact, many Hatfield hotels are on streets whose names are related to Hatfield’s aeronautical history. The town is also home to Hatfield House, where Queen Elizabeth I spent much of her childhood. Though not a hotel, Hatfield House is open to the public, who may explore this enchanting residence and its idyllic gardens.
As aircraft production declined in Hatfield, other businesses, including T-Mobile (UK) Limited, ASDA, Computacenter and Porsche, have located their offices here. Engineering and electronics have also settled in the area and the number of hotels in Hatfield has increased in order to meet these businesses’ needs. Hatfield also boasts the largest warehouse in Europe: OCADO’s main warehouse. Thus, no matter the business need, hotels in Hatfield will provide comfortable accommodations for the duration of your stay.
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