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The Lawrance Luxury Aparthotel
38-42 Kings Road
Harrogate
North Yorkshire

HG1 5JW | View map
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These days, discerning guests require more than just a bed for the night. Whether you're in town on business or just taking a well-earned break from stresses and strains of everyday life, you deserve something a little bit special. With free Wi-Fi throughout and access to our state of the art conference room the option is there to either work or relax. Luxury hotels are all very well but what they provide in terms of great standards and impeccable service is sometimes off-set by a lack of warmth, charm and personality. That's where The Lawrance boutique apartments have the advantage, situated directly opposite the Harrogate International Centre, our location and proximity to the town centre offer something no other serviced apartment companies can. At The Lawrance we provide the luxury of high quality accommodation plus a fabulously-designed personal space to call your own. Often up to three times as big as a hotel room yet still with the expert services of an attentive concierge, conference room facility and room service menu designed exclusively by Harrogate's finest Italian eatery, Brio.

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