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Richmond Hill Hotel
Richmond Hill
Richmond-upon-Thames
Surrey

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Richmond Hill is 7 miles from Londons West End and within easy distance from London Heathrow Airport. There is an overground and underground connection from Richmond Station which is short walk away. The Hotel is opposite the famous Richmond Terrace with amazing views over the meandering River Thames. Richmond Park with herds of fallow deer is beautiful at this time of the year, particularly at sunset, is only a 2 minute walk from the Hotel entrance. The fashionable town centre of Richmond Upon Thames is a short walk away with its array of boutiques, café’s and bars. Richmond Hill Hotel is ideally located for visiting the attractions of West London and Surrey, including Twickenham Rugby Ground, Wimbledon Tennis, the new Wembley Stadium, Kew Gardens and Hampton Court Palace.

Extensive, meeting, events and conference facilities makes Richmond Hill Hotel the ideal venue in Surrey for your conference, wedding reception and other special occasions. BT Openzone Wireless Broadband Connectivity is available throughout the Hotel. There is also ample free car parking available within the Hotel grounds. Use of Cedars Health and Leisure Club, adjacent the Hotel, is complimentary to residing guests. The superb facilities include pool, gym, spa and beauty treatments.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 137
Number Ensuite: 137
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Restaurant

Name: Pembrokes Restaurant
Cuisine: English Carvery International
Chef: Mickey Athwain

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Disabled Access - limited
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