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B and Bs in Derby

Rangemoor Park Hotel
Macklin Street
Derby
Derbyshire

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The hotel is situated in the city centre of Derby and is within easy walking distance of all popular tourist attractions and business areas of the city. We are also within easy reach of Derby's shops excellent world cuisine restaurants and pubs.
The Hotel has a large, private car park located at the rear.
The friendly reception staff and night porter are always available to assist you in any way.
The comfortable lounge is in use 24 hours a day.
There are two types of accommodation at the hotel - 13 deluxe en-suite rooms and 11 well-equipped standard rooms. Although the rooms vary in style and decor, all are kept immaculate by the efficient and friendly staff.

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Nearest Train Station: Derby
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 25
Number Ensuite: 13
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