Link Hotel

Link Hotel
New Ashby Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 4EX

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Situated just off Junction 23 of the M1 near East Midlands Airport, this modern hotel is a perfect choice for business and leisure, combining affordable, high-quality accommodation with the convenience of a centralised location. Whether exploring the many local attractions, or making an over-night stop on the way to the Airport, the newly refurbished Link Hotel provides an ideal base for all travellers, especially with it's free parking and Wi-Fi use. Conference facilities are also available, great for that important meeting or private function. A variety of conference packages and meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 200 guests ensure that everything is in place to guarantee the success of any event. With a range of accommodation options to suit all guests, each en-suite, air-conditioned room comes complete with all the necessary modern amenities and creature comforts. Relax in a luxury king-sized bed, with free Wi-Fi, television and a large desk area. Family rooms and suites are also available. The restaurant menu offers a wide choice of meal options, whilst the bar and lounge area is an excellent place to relax after a long day's journey. Be it breakfast, lunch or dinner there is a diverse selection of dishes to suit any taste. The bar stocks locally brewed Wicked Hathern ale, as well as a selection of world wines to enjoy. Sky Sports is also available with all the latest live sport. A Gateway to the East Midlands, the accessible location is great for visiting Loughborough, its university or the nearby city of Leicester. It is also close to an intercity rail link direct to London and the international East Midlands Airport. The Link Hotel is also within easy reach of many of the region's finest attractions including Bradgate Park, the National Space Centre, Alton Towers and Drayton Manor Theme Park. The hotel is only 10 miles from Donington Park race circuit and 15-20 miles from the bustling cities of Nottingham and Derby.

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