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Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Review of Peterborough by Mari on February 5th, 2010
My partner and I went to visit some relatives a couple of weeks ago in Peterborough and stayed here. How close is this hotel to the city with some fantastic views on the rowing lake and River Nene. Even the air ambulance landed whilst we were there. They were in the process of redecorating all of the public areas and the manager was telling me that the bedrooms are being done over the next few months. Food was great too - either eat in the main restaurant or try out one of the Two Meals offer. Very tasty. Quiet central location - fab, fab, fab!

Review of Peterborough by Val Hilton on October 13th, 2008
I have recently stayed at the Marriott Hotel in Peterborough with my husband as part of a coach party. When we arrived there had been a power cut and we were unable to get water, electricity or food. I have only the highest praise for the hotel and staff who, in the most difficult circunmstances, made every effort to attend to our needs. We were escorted down the stairs by a kind man with a torch and transported to the sister hotel in Huntingdon Here we were provided with dinner, which was excellent considering the short notice. The staff at both hotels were helpful and professional and their efforts were greatly appreciated. I like your city and look forward to returning. Val Hilton

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