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Hotels in Leigh

Park Inn
Leigh Sports Village
Atherleigh Way

Leigh
Lancashire

WN7 4JZ | View map
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The Park Inn Leigh Hotel is just 10 kilometres from Manchester and a short drive to Liverpool, making it the ideal choice for business and leisure travellers looking for a base in the Greater Manchester area. The hotel is located in close proximity to the Knowsley Safari Park, the Three Sisters Race Truck and the Trafford Centre and is across the road from Lancashire's most popular countryside park, Pennington Flash.

Located in Leigh Sports Village, just opposite the 10.000 seater Sport Stadium & Arena
Excellent road links to Liverpool and Manchester
135 modern guest rooms styled in the colourful Park Inn design
Business-Friendly rooms and suites
All room will be outfitted with WiFi and high speed Internet access
Grill Restaurant will offer a contemporary menu
Hotel bar will serve drinks, snacks and cocktails
Coffee lounge will be equipped with modern chairs that are ideal for working with a laptop
Fitness room, sauna and steam room facilities spanning 220 m
6 modern and flexible meeting rooms
Ample car parking

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Number of Rooms: 135
Number Ensuite: 135
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Room Service - 24 hour
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