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Holiday Inn Warrington

A Hotel in Warrington, Cheshire

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Woolston Grange Avenue, Woolston
Warrington
Cheshire
England
WA1 4PX

Holiday Inn Warrington, Warrington

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Holiday Inn Warrington is ideally located for exploring the North West and such cities as Manchester and Liverpool. Attractions in the area include Haydock Race Course, Gulliver's World Theme Park, not to mention the famous shopping outlets Cheshire Oaks, Trafford Centre and Ikea. Within easy reach are many sporting venues; Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Everton, Wigan, Warrington Wolves, The Saints, Veladrome arena and The Reebok Stadium.

All bedrooms have high-speed internet access and all are fully air-conditioned.

3 star rating

From: £24.50

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