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Quality Hotel St Albans
234 London Road
St Albans
Hertfordshire

AL1 1JQ | View map

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Located in the historic city of St Albans, this convenient, comfortable and popular hotel is a short drive from London and is easily accessible from the M25, M1 and A1(M). Quality Hotel St Albans is conveniently located just a 5 minute drive away from St Albans city centre and is surrounded by many quaint and picturesque villages.

The hotel features comfortable and well equipped rooms, a restaurant, bar, conference facilities and free parking. For your convenience, all room rates are inclusive of full English breakfast. The hotel also features good leisure facilities including an indoor pool and a gym.
Offering good facilities at competitive prices, Quality Hotel St Albans is a good option, whatever your reason for visiting.

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