Campanile Leicester

A Hotel in Leicester, Leicestershire

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St Matthews Way, Bedford Street North

Campanile Leicester, Leicester

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The Campanile Leicester is located in the heart of Leicester, just 45 minutes away from Birmingham International airport, 5 minutes from the Space Centre Museum and 15 minutes from the main motorway (M1). The hotel provides comfortable guest rooms all of which are equipped with modern amenities including a TV, tea/coffee making facilities, direct phone line and modem point for convenient internet access. The 'Caf� Bistro' restaurant offers a fusion of continental cuisine with a wide choice of dishes to suit all tastes.

3 star rating

From: £24.98

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