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Lazaat Restaurant Bar Hotel
Woodhill Way
East Yorkshire

HU16 5SX
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The term Lazaat originates from the combination of two Eastern culturesí expression for an omni-sensual experience. Stemming from Farsi, the Persian and to a lesser extent, Urdu word, Lazaat fully encompasses the unique feeling that occurs when all of the senses are visited.

That's a powerful description of the experience that occurs when one visits Lazaat. Tasteful yet stimulating on the eye, the cool and tranquil sound of water with relaxing music creates an oasis-like landscape to prepare guests for a wholesome dining experience. The highest quality raw materials are transformed into a riotous palette of colour and flavours heightened by a pervasive Eastern aroma. The experience extends into the tactile too, with individually designed rooms should you choose to stay on with us. Relax. Our ethos of sensible prices reign throughout Lazaat, offering surprising value at your leisure.

Accommodation at Lazaat is also special-contemporary design functions alongside unique features. Each room is stunningly different and has a modern mix of bathing and grooming areas. Each room has an Eastern slant and fabulous fabrics provide the backdrop for a comfortable and exciting stay.

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Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Room:

Double: £110
Single: £95
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Name: Lazaat
Cuisine: Pan Asian
Chef: Matt Veal

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