Preston Hotel Marriott (Preston) Reviews
Description:Accommodation Rating: / City: Preston
Newest Review: ... newer than others). The hotel has many little lounge areas and these are away from the main reception area something quite unique compared to modern hotel standards. Bedrooms have just ungone a make over (Dec 2003) are are up to the usual Marriott standard (bathroom with bath and shower, complimentary toiletries, minibar, hospitality tray, iron and trouser press, two phones, ... more
Customer Preston Hotel Marriott (Preston) Reviews (1)
by - written on 31/07/04, updated on 01/08/04 (Very useful, 134 readings)
The Marriott Hotel Preston is ideally located just off the M6/M55 interchange just to the north of Preston. Very handy for an overnight stay prior to travelling north to Scotland or to the west and Blackpool. Situated in a very secluded woodland setting well off the main road this historic 4 star hotel is one of the better Marriott hotels I have had the pleasure to stay in. The hotel in general consists of the Manor House and then several other new buildings built on (some newer than others). The hotel has many little lounge areas and these are away from the main reception area ... Read the complete review
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