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Most central hotel

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Most central hotel

Which is the most central hotel out of these three:-

Novotel, Radisson and Quality Inn?

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Hi,

As far as I know, there isn't a Radisson Hotel in York .

Novotel is on Fishergate and the Quality Inn on Piccadilly. Both are central but the Quality Inn is closer to the city centre.

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dyedred, the Radisson Hotel website does show a hotel in York, the Park Inn. Reviews from this site: tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g186346-d192664…

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Thank you both for your replies

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Apologies, I didn't know that the Park Inn was part of the Radisson chain. It certainly isn't a top standard hotel - at least not yet! There isn't much in it between the Park and the Quality Inn location wise. Ironically, the Novotel has the best rating on this site out of the three choices. If you do end up there, it's only an extra five minute walk from the Quality Inn.

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