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Royal Hotel, Luton, Bedfordshire

Royal Hotel
1 Mill Street
Luton
Bedfordshire

LU1 2NA

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The Royal Hotel provides guests with excellent business facilities and a location that is second to none.Having been established for the last thirty years, there is little that The Landlet Hotel Group does not know about Hotel Management. The Royal Hotel comprises 25 bedrooms set in a historical period building, across 3 floors. All rooms are accessible from the main reception, and the hotel offers ample car parking on site.All rooms have a uniform decor, comprising of the very best in hospitality any hotel guest would require.

Our staff are friendly and courteous at all times, and will always attempt to assist you quickly and efficiently with any requests you may have during your stay with us. In addition, many of our staff are fluent in many different languages, therefore ensuring that your stay with us is even more comfortable.The Hotel is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week and members of staff are always on hand to assist. Guests are able to check in and out of the hotel at any time, day or night.The Hotel is located on Mill Street, Luton at the heart of Luton City Centre. All travel links are within short walking distance, as are all well known amenities in Luton.

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