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Rutland Hotel

A Hotel in Douglas, Isle of Man

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Palace Terrace, Queens Promande
Douglas
Isle of Man
Isle of Man
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Rutland Hotel, Douglas

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The Rutland Hotel is located on Queens Promenade with views over Douglas Bay. The Hotel reopened in June 2004 after a 4 million pound refurbishment Programme, a International firm of design consultants were used in the complete redesign of the Hotel. The bedrooms have the usual aspect of top class modern Hotel, some with private balconies.

You can relax at the Rutland knowing that your every need is being catered for.

3 star rating

From: £42.50


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Facilities

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  • TV
  • Satellite TV

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