About: Metro Inns

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Metro Inns is a British budget hotel company established in 2006 and is based in Newcastle. The chain has seven hotels in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. In 2012 the company branched out to Northern Ireland with the purchase of the Lansdowne Hotel for GB£700,000. In early 2013 it acquired a number of hotels from Travelodge. By May 2013 the company announced that several of its hotels were for sale after being placed in administration.

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  • Metro Inns is a British budget hotel company established in 2006 and is based in Newcastle. The chain has seven hotels in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. In 2012 the company branched out to Northern Ireland with the purchase of the Lansdowne Hotel for GB£700,000. In early 2013 it acquired a number of hotels from Travelodge. By May 2013 the company announced that several of its hotels were for sale after being placed in administration. (en)
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  • Metro Inns is a British budget hotel company established in 2006 and is based in Newcastle. The chain has seven hotels in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. In 2012 the company branched out to Northern Ireland with the purchase of the Lansdowne Hotel for GB£700,000. In early 2013 it acquired a number of hotels from Travelodge. By May 2013 the company announced that several of its hotels were for sale after being placed in administration. (en)
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  • Metro Inns (en)
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