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Hamilton Hotel

A Hotel in Hamilton, Strathclyde

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Keith Street

Hamilton Hotel, Hamilton

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Accommodation Description:

The hotel is well located for Scotlandメs 3 international airports, Glasgow, Prestwick and Edinburgh. Glasgow and Prestwick are each about 30 minutes away, while Edinburgh is approximately 50 minutes. This new hotel has 104 stylish and contemporary bedrooms, all with Sky TV, tea/coffee making facilities, power showers, broadband internet and desk top workspace.

The hotel prides itself on its vibrant friendly approach. The hotel also provides a limited but delicious dinner menu. Dinner is served in the Great Room.

To end a hard day at work or a pleasant days sightseeing in the local area, why not enjoy a refreshing drink from the bar. Hotel has excellent central location close to town centre and retail park, with shops and restaurants on your door step.

3 star rating

From: £40.00

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