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Best Western Westminster

Hotel 3
312 Mansfield Road NG5 2EF Nottingham United Kingdom
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    Description Best Western Westminster

    Hotel Best Western Westminster
    The Best Western Westminster Hotel has been beautifully converted from Victorian homes to offer a personalised and comfortable hotel. Located less than a mile from the city centre, it is in the perfect location to access business and leisure activities in and around Nottingham. Free on-site car parking, and free Wi-Fi is available to all guests for their convenience. We are proud to offer 73 en-suite bedrooms all individually decorated and maintained to excellent standards.

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    Address

    • Best Western Westminster
    • 312 Mansfield Road
    • NG5 2EFNottingham
    • United Kingdom
    • Telephone: +44(115)9555000
    • Fax:+44(115)9555005
    • Official Homepage

    Payment

    • American Express
    • Diner's Club
    • Mastercard
    • Visa

    Suitable for

    • Business People

    Room features Best Western Westminster

    • Bathroom with bathtub
    • Bathroom with shower
    • Ironing board
    • Fax
    • Windows that open
    • Television
    • Hairdryer
    • Central heating
    • Trouser press
    • Tea/ coffee facilities
    • Air conditioning
    • Desk
    • Small lounge
    • Telephone
    • Internet
    • WiFi in the rooms

    Hotel features Best Western Westminster

    • Entrance hall/ lobby
    • Lift
    • Car park
    • Hotel bar
    • Hotel safe
    • Child/ Baby Cot
    • Conference rooms
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • PC with Internet
    • Restaurant
    • 24-hour reception
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Laundry service
    • WiFi in Lobby
    • Room service
    • Shoe cleaning service

    Type of lodging

    • Hotel
    Rating Overview
    Overall rating trivago Rating Index™ based on 1183 reviews across the web
    83/100

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