Novotel Edinburgh Park
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Bare feet on a wet carpet? Is there a russian tank build into the wall, or is it the heater/aircon?
It's nine minutes to Seven - DON'T YOU DARE to get yourself a coffee! We start working at Seven. Is that service? A nice stay?
Go there, and find out!
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