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Express by Holiday Inn Dartford
University Way

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With excellent transport links, this newly refurbished and now fully air conditioned hotel is the convenient, affordable choice for accommodation in Kent, whether you are travelling on business or leisure. From the coast to the countryside, Kent has much to discover. Situated adjacent to junction 1A of the M25 London Orbital motorway, the Express by Holiday Inn Dartford Bridge has a convenient location with excellent access to the regionís major road network. There is free parking for over 130 cars.

The hotel has been designed for the price-conscious traveller with contemporary en suite rooms, some of which enjoy panoramic views of the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, the largest of its kind in the UK. The contemporary lounge, bar and reception areas now boast a brand new look. With a great location, modern facilities and good value-for-money, the hotel is a great base, whatever your reason for visiting the area. After a great nightís sleep in one of the comfortable, newly air conditioned and well-equipped rooms, you can enjoy a delicious complimentary continental breakfast buffet. Grab coffee and a croissant on-the-run, or relax in the comfort of the Great Room, perhaps whilst enjoying a tasty selection of pastries, cereals, fresh fruit, yogurt and hot drinks.
The hotel is also pleased to offer 3 well-equipped meeting rooms, all located on the ground floor. These can accommodate up to 35 delegates and offer flexible layouts, lunch options and rates to suit all budgets.

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