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Holiday Inn Bolton Centre
1 Higher Bridge St

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The newly refurbished Holiday Inn Bolton Centre, offers a sophisticated yet informal atmosphere in the heart of Bolton. 132 newly refurbished bedrooms ALL with air-conditioning. A real 'home from home' with a Northern welcome. A professional and friendly service is of paramount importance. The hotel is situated at the end of the A666 with easy access from the M61 & M62. Within walking distance of all of Boltonís Nightlife, we are also within easy reach of Manchester City Centre. Also close by is Camelot Theme Park, The Reebok Stadium, The Trafford Centre, Old Trafford and the City of Manchester Stadium.

Our 13 conference and banqueting suites and 4 syndicate rooms are all purpose built and can cater for up to 340 people at any one time. Full audio and business services are provided and all conference rooms are fully air conditioned, sound proofed and professionally run, ensuring both comfort and efficiency. Both for the residential delegate and travelling executive 132 bedrooms and suites offer every luxury and facility expected. Our restaurant offers you a unique setting for some of the areaís finest food. Choose from our ŗ la carte menu for a wide range of top quality international cuisine.
Whether its a complete workout in the gym or a relaxing swim in the pool, Club Moativation is the place to be. Our friendly fully qualified staff are always available to instruct or advise.

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