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King Charles Hotel
Brompton Road
Gillingham
Kent

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The King Charles Hotel is situated in the heart of Medway, and an ideal base for exploring Kent, Surrey, Sussex and London. We are just a short drive away from many famous attractions, including Rochester Cathedral, Chatham Historic Dockyard, Canterbury and Leeds Castle. The Channel tunnel/ports are just 30 miles away and we are an ideal stop for those heading to or from Europe.

The King Charles Hotel is a 3 Star Hotel with 98 en-suite bedrooms, tea/coffee-making facilities, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, Broadband Internet access and colour satellite television. It also has a large restaurant, residents' bar, a licence to perform wedding ceremonies and a lift to all floors.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 98
Number Ensuite: 98

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £62
Twin: £62 - Triple room £84; Quad £100
Single: £52
Suite: Family rooms: Family A - £70; Family B - £75; Family C - £95; Family D - £100; Bridal Suites from &p
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Name: Aurora
Cuisine: English/French

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