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Cathedral Quarter Hotel
St Mary's Gate
Derby
Derbyshire

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Cathedral Quarter is a brand new 4 star hotel ideally positioned in the centre of Derby just off the A52 which has links to the M1 Motorway. Cathedral Quarter is the first designer boutique hotel in the area, a tasteful conversion of the Old Police Station, which is supremely comfortable and has been elegantly sculpted into a bold, contemporary design. It boasts 38 bedrooms, mini spa, conference rooms, a dining brassiere and many other high-class features. The hotels outstanding location, exemplary service and sophistication perfectly compliment this stunning hotel that radiates vitality throughout the year. The hotels outstanding location, exemplary service and sophistication perfectly compliment this stunning hotel that radiates vitality throughout the year.

All 38 spacious bedrooms are richly appointed in a contemporary style, with luxurious soft furnishings, providing the utmost comfort and elegant style. Rooms have every modern facility todayís guest would expect from a hotel of this calibre, itís the unexpected extras and attention to detail that makes this the ideal destination whether for business or leisure.

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