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Holiday Inn Express Banbury
Ermont Way
Stroud Park


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A new modern hotel just off junction 11 of the M40. Centrally located between Birmingham and London it’s a great hotel for business. Also, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick and Oxford are all within a 25 minute drive.120 en-suite bedrooms and 4 conference rooms – all with complimentary wired internet access. Guests can also enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast. We also have a fully stocked bar on site. Although no restaurant is in the hotel, we do have two restaurants on the same development, and a selection of take aways are also available to the hotel.Located between Oxford and Warwick, we are perfectly positioned to satisfy any business or leisure needs that you may have. Blenheim Palace, Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Silverstone are all within a 25 minute drive.Clean and modern en-suite bedrooms. Neutral Décor throughout. Complimentary internet access and flat screen TV’s with a selection of free view channels. Direct dial telephones are also in the rooms.We have a breakfast area in the hotel – no evening restaurant. We do have a bar – which is open to residents until 2.30am. Although cash can only be taken until 11pm.

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