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Luxury Hotel and Restaurant opens in Nottingham

A historic building in Nottingham city centre has undergone a £1.5 million transformation into a new boutique hotel, bar and brasserie.
 
The Bentinck Hotel is located on Station Street and now boasts 13 luxury bedrooms furnished with comfortable beds, flat-screen televisions, power showers, and FREE WiFi.
 
The hotel is also home to The Citizen, a modern 40-seater brasserie offering a range of mouth-watering dishes from steak to sea bass and a bar serving everything from real ale to sophisticated cocktails.
 
The building dates back to the 18th century and has been developed to a high standard, whilst still maintaining many of its traditional period features.
 
“It is great to see such a beautiful building brought back to its former glory”, commented Ken Burt, owner of the Bentinck Hotel.
 
“We are offering guests the choice of thirteen unique luxury bedrooms, all with their own modern amenities and individual features. The restaurant will be serving up a fantastic breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, whilst the bar has a wide range of premium drinks on offer.
 
“Being home to the Capital FM Arena, Trent Bridge, Nottingham Castle and the two football stadiums, the city has some of the best leisure venues in the county. With the new train station opening soon, The Bentinck Hotel is perfectly placed to offer both short and long stay accommodation at the gateway to Nottingham and our bar and restaurant is a great place to grab lunch or hold a business meeting.”

 
Rooms are available at The Bentinck Hotel from £65 per night and the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.

For more information please visit www.thebentinckhotel.co.uk  or call 0115 958 7701.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/bentinckhotel
Twitter: @BentinckNotts

Posted on 16 January 2014

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