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Express By Holiday Inn Warwick

A Hotel in Warwick, Warwickshire

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Stratford Road
Warwick
Warwickshire
England
CV34 6TW

Express By Holiday Inn Warwick, Warwick

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The Express By Holiday Inn Warwick is located at junction 15 of the M40 making it an ideal base for the leisure traveller. All of the bedrooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, and tea/coffee making facilities. Hotel facilities include a licensed bar, recently refurbished lounge and a car park (chargeable locally).

3 star rating

From: £34.98

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