Preston Marriott Hotel

A Hotel in Preston, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Garstang Road, Broughton
Preston
Lancashire
England
PR3 5JB

Preston Marriott Hotel, Preston

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The Preston Marriott Hotel lies in the heart of the picturesque Ribble Valley, the ideal location for visiting Blackpool, the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales. The hotel combines a traditional feel with every modern comfort including air conditioning in every bedroom. The leisure club offers an indoor pool, an extensive modern gym, sauna, spa baths and health and beauty salon.

Dinner is available in the Broughton Brasserie or The Lounge.

4 star rating

From: £34.50

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