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Park Hall Hotel
Park Hall Road

PR7 5LP | View map

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The new-look Best Western Park Hall Hotel is nearing completion of a multi- million pound refurbishment programme, ensuring the hotels facilities are second to none. Surrounded by over 100 acres of beautiful wooded countryside, yet situated minutes from the M6 and M61 motorways conveniently located for access to Preston, Chorley and Wigan. Boasting 140 bedrooms, located within the main hotel (all have just been refurbished) and hotel village, each equipped with flat screen LCD televisions with Freeview channels and FREE Wi-Fi internet. Executive suites, 4 poster suites and themed rooms are also available. Park Hallís leisure club is one of the finest in the region offering TWO indoor heated pools, computerised gymnasium with an extensive range of equipment, sauna, steam room and two whirlpool spas. Spa treatments are available at an additional charge. Once you've built up an appetite, itís time to sample the delights in the hotel's restaurant, Brookes or enjoy a taste of America in Samís Diner (seasonal opening times).


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