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The hotel comprises 208 spacious rooms stylishly designed and equipped with the latest amenities to meet the sophisticated and demanding guests.
In collaboration with McArthurGlen, Cheshire Oaks , the racecourse have produced a definitive guide to dressing stylishly for an afternoon at Chester Races, which is as follows:
All 252 deluxe rooms and suites are stylishly appointed and are equipped state-of-art amenities and high speed wired and wireless internet connectivity.
Managed by Abjar Hotels International LLC., the hospitality arm of AlMulla Group, the hotel caters to business travelers and discerning holiday-makers, who will be drawn to its unique location and enjoy a broad scope of hospitality products and services across its stylishly appointed 252 room accommodation and state-of-art amenities.
This cafe is stylishly decorated with plenty of seating inside and out.
The stylishly decorated master bedroom has a dressing room with .tted wardrobes and en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath.
A course and distance winner here in May, the 11-10 favourite was pushed out stylishly by Jack Mitchell to score by a head from the consistent Soviet Secret.
LOTS to talk about for the Girls Behaving Stylishly as the sun starts shining and Sex and the City 2 excitement shifts up a gear.
The top, shown here, ticks all the boxes - it's stylishly loose (and flattering into the bargain), floral (a major trend this year) and just right for warmer weather.
Greeting cards by Aaron Potts NYC take that distinction into high fashion with bold, beautifully and stylishly designed cards for birthdays, new moms, brides, and Valentines.
STYLISHLY ADD MERCHANDISING SPACE ANYWHERE IN THE STORE WITH FFR-DSI'S NESTING TABLES.
This stylishly implausible French thriller is an entertainingly complex art-house affair, blessed with top-notch performances by Lindon as the determined husband and (especially) Kruger as the falsely-accused wife.