Holiday Inn Express East Midlands Airport
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Located just a two-minute drive from East Midlands airport, the Holiday Inn Express offers budget-friendly accommodations in the Pegasus Business Park. In addition to its convenient proximity to the airport, this three-star facility also offers inexpensive parking rates for travelers who do not want to park at the terminal.
The Holiday Inn Express offers easy access to historic Nottingham, which is less than 25 minutes away via the A52. It is less than a mile from the East Midland Aeropark, which hosts many indoor and outdoor aircraft displays for aviation enthusiasts. If you love outdoor activities, travel just over 15 miles to the Conkers discovery park. This venue offers boating, wildlife, dining, shopping, and interactive exhibits for both children and adults.
Previous guests of this premier establishment appreciate the hotel's well-appointed business center, comfortable beds, free Internet service, and daily continental breakfast. Since it is located near major shopping malls, tourist destinations, and highly rated restaurants, you will never lack for potential activities during your stay. The helpful staff can help you choose destinations in the Derbyshire area, especially if you are new to the neighborhood, or arrange for shuttle service to the airport when you are ready to leave.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express East Midlands Airport Castle Donington
We had to stay here to get our selfs organised before the holiday. Hotel was a good cheap rate. Very clean and staffs are helpful.
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