HERTFORDSHIRE, England - The hotel the Vikings are staying in is part historic and part contemporary located outside of downtown London.
It started out in the 18th century as home to the Earles of Clarington, a family quite connected to both royalty and politics. Queen Victoria would even stay here.
Since then it has been everything from a farm to a girl's boarding school, but in the last decade it has transformed into 217 rooms, and an award-winning spa on 300 beautifully manicures acres just 30 minutes from London.
"We have a championship golf course which just hosted the World Golf Championships that was just won back in 20006 by a gentleman named Tiger Woods," Rod Larman, Marketing Manager of The Grove tells KARE 11.
The Grove has hosted NFL teams four out of the last five times they've played in London and they do everything possible to make it feel like home.
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