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Hilton Warwick
Junction 15, M40
Stratford Road

Warwick
Warwickshire

CV34 6RE | View map

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This contemporary hotel is located off junction 15 of the M40, with excellent connections to the M42, M6 and M5, and 20 minutes from the NEC and Birmingham International Airport. The hotel features a fine restaurant, cafe and lounge bar with wireless internet; and the LivingWell leisure centre with indoor pool, sauna, steam room and gym.

Located in historic Warwickshire, the hotel is close to some of central England's best loved attractions, including Warwick Castle, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust With excellent transport links and friendly staff itís the perfect base for the business or leisure guest. The 18 conference rooms have air conditioning and seat up to 400 guests. The conference rooms are supported by the business centre, with car parking for 270 cars.

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