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Jurys Inn East Midlands Airport, East Midlands Airport

Jurys Inn East Midlands Airport
Jurys Inn East Midlands Airport is situated at the entrance to East Midlands Airport and it is the only hotel on the airport site. Easily accessible from the M1, M42 ... More Prices from 75.00

Radisson Blu Hotel East Midlands Airport, East Midlands Airport

Radisson Blu Hotel East Midlands Airport
Situated at East Midlands Airport, the new Radisson Blu Hotel is an excellent base for the discerning traveller. Stylish rooms and a first-class conference centre are offered alongside extensive dining ... More Prices from 99.00

Morton Guesthouse, Castle Donington

Morton Guesthouse
Here at the Morton Guesthouse,, we are the ideal choice for realistically priced accommodation near the East Midlands Airport. Our guest house is located in Castle Donington, close to the ... More Prices from 49.00

BEST WESTERN PREMIER East Midlands Airport , Kegworth

BEST WESTERN PREMIER East Midlands Airport
Going on holiday? Arranging a conference? Treating that special someone to a romantic break? Whatever you're doing, BEST WESTERN PREMIER East Midlands Airport means you can do it in style... ... More Prices from 85.00

Kegworth Hotel & conference Centre, Kegworth

Kegworth Hotel & conference Centre
Located in the small, charming village of Kegworth, Kegworth Hotel & Conference Center has recreational facilities. If you are looking for a high quality, service orientated hotel that is professionally ... More Prices from 68.00

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