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Best Western Russell Hotel
136 Boxley Road
Maidstone
Kent

ME14 2AE | View map
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The Russell Hotel: Accommodation, Conference facilities and Wedding venue in Kent's County Town of Maidstone. Our hotel is situated at the heart of the 'Garden of England' on the outskirts of Maidstone.

The Russell hotel is the perfect venue whatever the occasion. Quality accommodation via 42 well-appointed bedrooms, superb Conference & Banqueting facilities and beautiful landscaped gardens make the hotel an ideal Civil Wedding, Reception or Meeting venue. All residents are able to make use of the excellent facilities at the David Lloyd Health & Fitness Club nearby, completely free of charge. All of the en-suite hotel bedrooms have satellite TV and dataport points.
No lift in the hotel.

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