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Gilson Hotel
Hull
East Yorkshire

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The Gilson Hotel is conveniently located in the centre of Hull. Attractions in the City include the World Famous Humber Bridge, the Deep and Kingston Stadium. Accommodation is designed in a fresh, contemporary style and all 59 rooms SOON will be equipped with a modern ensuite WC complete with a walk-in power shower. All bedrooms have TVs offering Satellite TV and in-house movie channels. The well -lit desk areas are thoughtfully equipped with the business traveller in mind-extra telephone points, good lighting and the hotel has FREE Wifi broadband access through out the hotel. This vibrant hotel is also an unbeatably convenient meeting place and offers a stylish, modern meeting room offering a great choice for any business meeting of 2 to 200 delegates.Relax and enjoy Lunch or Dinner in our Beverley Cafe, Bar and Bistro offering a range of special dishes catering for all tastes.We have FREE Parking on site.Breakfast Midweek is from 7.00am to 10.00am and on the weekends from 7.30am until 11.00am.

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