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The seaside town of Ayr is located on the south west coast of lowland Scotland. Ayr has long been a favourite destination for those who enjoy coastal scenery, fresh seaside air, and fine views of the Firth of Clyde. Ayr Racecourse is a popular destination for horse racing enthusiasts and hosts both flat and National Hunt meetings throughout the year. The town is also home to football, rugby and ice hockey teams. Ayr is also well equipped with shops, cafes and bars and is recognised as one of the healthiest town centres in Scotland.

To the North of Ayr is the adjoining town of Prestwick, famous for its golf and its aviation industry and is home to the Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. Other neighbouring settlements include Alloway, known for its associations with the poet Robert Burns. In 2002, Ayr was one of four Scottish towns competing for city status to mark Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee, losing out to Stirling. The city of Glasgow lies only 35 miles to the north of the town.

Ayr Hotels offer guests an array of architectural styles ranging from modern and streamlined to heritage boutique. Accommodation is varied and ranges from cosy guestrooms to deluxe suites. Guestrooms are decorated in a delightful mix of traditional and modern. Rooms are accessorised with dark wooden furniture, light soft furnishings complemented with soft ambient lighting creating a restful environment. The rooms are large and airy and house king sized beds dressed in crisp white cottons and colourful scatter cushions, four poster beds are presented for honeymoon couples and connecting rooms offer family convenience.

An array of guest services exist and include dry cleaning, daily maid service, international newspaper, travel desk, 24 hour safety-deposit boxes, and a concierge desk that may assist in booking of evening entertainment.

The Ayr Hotels offer their guests an array of different hotel choices, hosting wonderful accommodations, delicious cuisines and comforts, ensuring guests' a memorable stay in the Scottish coastal town of Ayr.