The Top Hotels in Nottingham
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If you're looking for a hotel for your next trip to Nottingham, then here are our top choices. Whether it's a luxurious city hotel, stylish boutique, spa resort, period property or a stunning setting, you'll find your perfect stay with Voyage Prive!
The stylish modern interiors of this centrally located city hotel make for cosy accommodation that's handy for all city centre attractions. Enjoy the spa facilities, which include a gym, pool and steam room.
Located in Nottingham's historic Lace Market in the heart of the Creative Quarter. This Georgian townhouse is bursting with eclectic design features and boasts its own pub, the Cock and Hoop.
Just 16km from Nottingham, set in landscaped gardens, Eastwood Hall is walking distance from the birthplace of D H Lawrence. This period property boasts modern facilities, including an indoor pool and sauna.
A little further afield and ideal if you also want to visit the stunning countryside of the Peak District, this 13th-century property is surrounded by picturesque grounds. Indulge in some pampering at the Priory Retreat or play a round of golf on one of the two 18-hole courses
If the stunning setting on the banks of the River Trent isn't enough, Priest's House near Castle Donnington is also handy for East Midlands Airport. Ideal for exploring the rural villages of South Nottinghamshire, Nottingham and Derby.
- Spa treatments.
- Free Wireless internet.
- Concierge services.
- Room service.
- Flatscreen TVs.
- Swimming pool.
- Fine dining and cosy bars.
Nottingham is a great city to visit all year round. It would make a pleasant break in spring or autumn when the city's parks are at their best. The first weekend of October sees the famous Goose Fair, Europe's oldest and largest travelling funfair takes over The Forest Recreation Ground every year. Nottingham has a great range of independent shops, restaurants and venues. There is also a range of fascinating walking tours to help you explore the architecture, history and literature of this vibrant city.
Nottingham is easy to get around and is a great city for walking. As England's first 'City of Football', it is home to long-established teams Notts County and Nottingham Forest. Nottingham is also famous for the National Ice Centre, home of Ice Hockey team The Nottingham Panthers. If cricket is your sport, the summer sees games and test matches at Trent Bridge, home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. Nottingham Contemporary art gallery is at the cutting edge of contemporary art, and Nottingham Castle tells the story of the city. Both stage regular exhibitions and events. Whether you're looking for a mini-break, a romantic couples' getaway, or just exploring on your own, Nottingham has something for you.
- Stylish modern hotels
- Country house hotels
- Spa hotels
- Boutique hotels
- Comfortable shoes
- An umbrella
- Evening attire
- Charging cables
- Waterproof clothes
- History guidebooks
Nottingham is conveniently located near the centre of England, with excellent rail and road links. The railway station has regular and frequent trains to London St Pancras, with journey times under 2 hours. By road, the city is around 2 and a half hours from London via the M1 motorway. Once you've arrived in the city, it is very compact and walkable. There is also a comprehensive bus and tram network for getting around. If you'd like to explore a little further afield, then bringing your car would be useful, or you could consider car rental.
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For a relatively small city, Nottingham has a lot to offer. An eclectic mix of Georgian, Victorian and modern buildings, including the unique urban industrial architecture of The Lace Market and the gothic-influenced buildings of eccentric local architect Watson Fothergill. Nottingham offers one of the best and biggest independent scenes in the entire UK. Fashion, food, gifts and coffee shops plus a great range of places to eat and drink. The city is also home to some of the country's best historic pubs, including Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem (known locally as The Trip) attached to the base of Nottingham Castle, Ye Olde Salutation Inn, which is also a rock venue and The Bell Inn which is right in the city centre.
Built on top of a network of sandstone caves, which often make up part of city buildings, Nottingham has a rich history stretching from the legends of Medieval Sherwood Forest to the Renaissance Ducal Palace (Nottingham Castle) through the Victorian lace boom, all the way up to its current position at the cutting edge of contemporary art and technology.
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