Best Western Royal Kings Arms Hotel Lancaster
The Royal Kings Arms Hotel stands in the shadows of Lancaster Castle in the heart of Lancaster, one of England’s most historical cities. The Hotel was originally built in 1625 and then later rebuilt in 1879 and has been immortalized by Charles Dickens in his story of “The Lazy Tour Of Two Idle Apprentices”. This traditional and elegant hotel offers 55 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, including the luxury Castle Suite, with four poster bed and views of the Castle itself. Just by stepping out of the Royal Kings Arms you will find yourself in the centre of Lancaster, with its bustling streets and quaint little passageways ready for you to explore. The Royal poses as the ideal spot to spend a relaxing weekend in historic Lancaster. The Brasserie Restaurant with its delightful Minstrels Gallery offers a selection of fresh seasonal food and fine wines, complimented by a professional yet discreet service.