Booking to Leeds 2021/2022
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Do you want to explore Leeds and all its fantastic attractions? Here are our tips for the best hotels in the city.
This iconic city hotel is among the best located in Leeds. You’re just moments from the captivating Leeds Art Gallery and the buzzing Headrow area. It’s a treat to return to your fashionable room or enjoy a fine drink in the hotel’s bar.
Expertly blending traditional and contemporary aesthetics, the Clayton is among the city's best hotels. Treat yourself to a meal from the award-winning menu, or head out into vibrant Leeds for the evening.
The Met is quite simply a local institution. Housed in a terracotta Victorian building, the interior exudes appropriate glamour and charm. What’s more, it’s perfectly poised in the centre of town close to many of Leeds’ very best eateries and bars.
Bright, modern and perfectly placed, this is a fine city hotel to explore Leeds in detail. It boasts one of the city’s most stunning bars, offering unspoilt panoramas across the captivating skyline. Enjoy a cocktail or two after exploring Leeds’ many treasures.
You don’t have to be centred right in the city to explore the best of Leeds. The Milford Hotelcommands a perfect place between both Leeds and York. Escape the hustle and bustle and explore regal sites like Temple Newsam.
Leeds takes everybody by surprise. Once a major Victorian industrial centre, it's now glistening with glitzy charm and world-renowned eateries. Leeds is also loaded with vibrant and exciting attractions. It has a strong arts scene thanks in part to its youthful population and strong cultural heritage. Explore big-hitters like the Henry Moore Institute or seek out independent spaces like the Gallery at 164. Our Leeds hotels are perfectly placed to explore this fine city, from its luxury shopping centres to its trendsetting restaurants. At the centre of it all is its people. You’d be hard-pressed not to be won over by their welcoming charm.
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Leeds Art Gallery and the adjacent Henry Moore Institute are spectacular. The latter is home to the most extensive collection of the esteemed sculptor’s works. Leeds Art Gallery is loaded with British masterworks ranging from Turner to Constable. It also boasts a charming cafe and engaging children's workshops. There are a smattering of other spaces around town, including the excellent galleries of the University of Leeds and Tetley. If you’d like to see more sculptures, head 17 miles south of the city to the exceptional Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The impressive ruins of this 12th-century abbey are a true delight to explore. Perfect in summertime, the abbey and parks come to life with picnics and performances. In recent years, it’s hosted delightful food markets that give the area a hip and alternative vibe. You’ll find it 3 miles northwest of the city centre, easily accessible by bus or car.
Leeds boasts many impressive Victorian shopping arcades. Thornton's Arcade is the oldest and most charming. You'll find a delightful mix of chain and independent stores here, from comic books to organic whole foods. Victoria Leeds is another highlight, consisting of the glamorous Victoria Quarter. Living up to its glitzy look and reputation, you'll find the city's premium fashion here. Other 19th-century spaces to look for are Queens Arcade and the Grand Arcade. Lastly, Leeds Corn Exchange is a living landmark hosting some 30 independent retailers and food stalls.
This is Leeds' most famous museum. First built to house armour from the Tower of London, it has since expanded to become a national collection. Exhibits are fascinating and cover warfare from medieval jousting to armoured Indian elephants. It's also blessed by a prized location beside Leeds' canal system. This rejuvenated Leeds Dock area can be accessed by free ferry rides from the train station. The canals of Leeds were built to connect with Liverpool during the height of the industrial era.
Yorkshire’s largest national park is also among the country’s best. Yet, for all its stunning mountains, flowing lakes and waterfall trails, its villages are among its highlights. This is the Yorkshire of James Herriot, with picture-postcard farmland, quaint village greens and the highest inns in Britain. You can get here easily by car or hop on the Leeds to Carlisle train for scenic views.