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DoubleTree by Hilton
Brayford Wharf North
Lincoln
Lincolnshire

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Ideally located in the heart of the beautiful medieval City of Lincoln on the Brayford Pool North, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Lincoln is one of the city's most unique, contemporary hotels offering luxury accommodations and fantastic meeting and event space with unrivalled views over this vibrant waterfront setting. Only minutes from Lincoln's medieval cathedral and historic castle, waterside shopping centre and just across the famous Brayford Pool from the prestigious University of Lincoln. Perfect for business and leisure travelers, the hotel is only a 55 minute drive to East Midlands Airport and the M1 motorway network. Lincoln central station is only one mile from the hotel offering direct services to London Kings Cross and East Midland Airport.

Hilton Lincoln is close to many corporate offices like BAE Systems and Siemens, RBS corporate, Lincoln City Football Club, University of Lincoln, Mouchel, Jacksons, BBC Lincolnshire,The Think Tank, as well as some of England's best know airbases namely RAF Coningsby and RAF Waddington, home of the famous RAF Red Arrows display team.Whether on business, holiday, or a much needed weekend getaway, our courteous and professional team are waiting to welcome you to the DoubleTree by Hilton Lincoln with our signature, warm DoubleTree cookie at check-in.

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