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Red Lion Hotel
Royal Lane
Hillingdon
London

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Originally built in the 16th century, the new Red Lion Hotel continues the tradition of old world craftsmanship. The hotels interior has exposed timber beams and a large Tudor fireplace with modern day comfort.
The Hotel has 55 en-suite guest bedrooms all have air-conditioning, modem points, tea & coffee making facilities and Sky tv. There are 2 superior rooms which offer exceptional comfort & space which are perfect for a special occasion or a longer stay. The Red Lion Restaurant & Pub overlook Hillingdon Hill and offers all-season comfort and a warm welcoming atmosphere to meet friends and colleagues. [Charles 1st is reputed to have taken respite in the Red Lion in 1646]. On warm Summer evenings you can enjoy a pint of Fullers quality ale in the large patio area.

The Red Lion is an ideal base for both business and leisure visitors. Located close to Uxbridge Station, Metropolitan & Piccadilly line gives easy access into Central London & the City. The M4, M1, M40 & M25 are within easy reach and the Hotel is close to key business areas such as Uxbridge, Stockley Park, Hayes, Heathrow Airport and is only a 30 minute drive from Wembley Stadium which is due to open in May 2006. Nearby attractions such as Windsor, Legoland, Wembley and Thorpe Park are a short drive away.

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