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Holiday Inn Stevenage
St Georgeís Way

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The brand new Holiday Inn Stevenage hotel, is based in the heart of Stevenage town centre. This modern hotel boasts all features expected from an established brand such as Holiday Inn. With its 140, high spec, fully air conditioned guestrooms, contemporary restaurant and excellent conference and meeting facilities the Holiday Inn Stevenage hotel truly is the premier choice for hotels in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.

Centrally located in Stevenage town centre, just off junction 7 of the A1(M), the hotel is in an ideal location for both business and leisure travellers. If you are visiting Stevenage as a tourist, there are plenty of attractions within the immediate vicinity. The Old town is picturesque with its quaint winding streets. If your preference is for all things historic then why not try Knebworth or Hatfield House. If you prefer to be a little more adventurous then there is Fairlands Valley Park with its outdoor activities, which was voted as one of the top 15 visitor attractions in the UK. If you care to venture further out then Stevenage is a short commute from London (25 mins by train), Cambridge, St Albanís and, for horse racing enthusiasts, Newmarket.

Air conditioned guestrooms
Wireless internet
Destinations Restaurant & bar


Number of Rooms: 140
Number Ensuite: 140
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