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Lace Market Hotel
29 - 31 High Pavement
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

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Nottingham's highest rated town house hotel according to the AA Guide
"Hip hotel with a heart", Daily Telegraph September 2005
"A great hotel with a great future", Daily mail October 2005
Lace Market Hotel is Nottingham's premier small luxury town house hotel with just 42 individually designed bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant.
All rooms are en-suite with DVD/CD player, mini bar, satellite TV, free wifi access and 24hr room service.
PLEASE NOTE: All rooms are non-smoking guests who smoke in their rooms will be charged a fee before or after their departure.
There is complimentary Wifi access in all public areas and all of the hotel bedrooms. 50% of the hotel is air conditioned. Please call the hotel if aircon is a requirement.

The hotel's upmarket brasserie and cocktail bar were designed by internationally-renowned hotel and restaurant designer David Collins, making them without doubt the smartest places to wine and dine in Nottingham.
Merchants restaurant is also a three time Nottingham Restaurant Awards winner for: 'Best Drinks & Wine list' 2004 & 2005 and 'Best Service'2005.
Alternatively, guests can enjoy real ale and hearty British fayre in the hotel's gastro pub, Cock & Hoop.

'Most Excellent City Hotel 2007' by Condé Nast Johansens

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