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Lovely friendly hotel. Great location. Food great. I am a coeliac and they had a lot of gluten free choices. Would definitely recommend. New owners so will probably be improved even more. Will stay again
The Old Wisteria Hotel£67The Old Wisteria Hotel£67
Celebrated our Golden Wedding. Staff were helpful, room was excellent with wonderful view over the lake. Excellent food
Barnsdale Lodge Hotel and Restaurant£86Barnsdale Lodge Hotel and Restaurant£86
we only stayed one night but food and bed were good, although the floorboards creaked above us. We hope to return.
Best Western Normanton Park Hotel£49Best Western Normanton Park Hotel£49
The hotel is being refurbished so its a bit pot luck what you get. We went with our friends and had both booked double rooms. We got a beautiful big room with huge bed - they got put in a single by mistake and were eventually moved to a very small twin with shower that didnt work. The food was nothing ...
The Falcon Hotel£82The Falcon Hotel£82
Staff very friendly. Food excellent and very cosy pub. Rooms across the car park. Rooms good value but twin bed quite small. Overall very good
The Marquess Of Exeter£83The Marquess Of Exeter£83
The thousands of people from across the United Kingdom and abroad who come to Rutland every year are not all here for pleasure (although that’s usually the case!). Business travellers also like to take in the sights such as Oakham Castle and Rutland Water but their main reasons for visiting England’s smallest county are usually to do with their work. There are business hotels in Rutland that are specifically geared towards the unique needs of company reps, and provide ideal bases if you’re in Rutland on a business trip. From meeting rooms and fax machines to photocopying services and much else, these hotels will have all you need for a productive break.
Business hotels in Rutland are usually not just for corporate guests but will also accept members of the general public visiting the county for recreational purposes. They may have floors devoted to meeting the needs of their travelling reps, along with meeting rooms and office equipment, but other guests will not be affected by these. As a business guest you’ll have a small work area in your room, with table and lamp, and you’ll also have fast broadband access to the internet, which is pretty much ubiquitous these days. Most business hotels also have a fast-track service for checking in and out at short notice, and can prepare breakfasts and suppers at odd hours if your meeting starts early or overruns.
If you’re based in one of the larger of Rutland’s towns, such as the county seat of Oakham, you’ll easily find a business hotel that meets your requirements. Enjoy the comfortable facilities of an executive lounge where you can pick up snacks and refreshments at all hours. This will have associated meeting rooms fully equipped for business functions such as faxing and videoconferencing.
Rutland has a thriving commercial network, often geared towards the county’s extensive entertainment and leisure industries. There are many accommodation options for business travellers and you’ll have no trouble finding a suitable hotel here with all the facilities you need to keep working productively away from your office. And when you’re not actually working, there are plenty of attractions to visit close by, too.