Sleep Inn Doncaster

A Hotel in Doncaster, Yorkshire

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Decoy Bank South, Trax Park

Sleep Inn Doncaster, Doncaster

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The Park Inn Doncaster is ideally located just off Junction 3 of the M18 and close to M1, A1M, M180 and M62. Situated in the south region of Doncaster the area is rapidly expanding for both business and leisure, Doncaster Sports arena, Doncaster Racecourse and Robin Hood Airport. The hotel offers 85 modern spacious bedrooms all with luxury walk-in power showers, air-conditioning, king-size beds, telephone, TV with satellite channels, complimentary WiFi.

The hotel offers a bar area and full service restaurant.

3 star rating

From: £38.00

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