The 10 best Hotels in Leeds for 2024
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The former mill town of Leeds is Yorkshire's very own glitzy metropolis. Find the perfect luxury hotel to experience Leeds’ famed nightlife and culinary scene here at Voyage Privé.
Centrally located just moments from Leeds Art Gallery, the Radisson Blu is a chic and sophisticated hotel located in a stunning art deco building. Home to its own ultra-modern restaurant, the hotel is decorated in an attractive bright and contemporary style. There’s plenty to do right on your doorstep, from shopping in the adjacent mall to catching a show at the charming Leeds Grand Theatre.
Located in the south city area, this hotel is within walking distance of a number of exciting contemporary attractions like the Tetley art space. With an impeccable modern design, the hotel’s bar is among the most attractive in the city. This is a fine option for those looking to explore the region, as it offers easy connections in and out of the city by road and rail.
Boasting one of the best bar views in the entire city, the DoubleTree has long been a favourite with Leeds visitors. It’s just moments from the city centre and its lively modern culinary scene. It’s also fantastically close to the train station for rail connections to the Yorkshire Dales and beyond.
This award-winning hotel just east of Leeds is the perfect relaxing getaway. It offers a pampering spa, delectable restaurant and easy connections to attractions like Temple Newsom. The rooms are stylishly decorated with luxurious toiletries for the perfect luxury escape. There are also opulent country gardens to lose yourself in before dinner.
Experience the historic majesty of both Leeds and Bradford with this well-placed hotel. Home to comforting rooms and a delicious eatery, guests can also indulge in the relaxing indoor pool and sauna complex. When you’re not exploring Leeds or Bradford, why not visit the charming model village of Saltaire in Shipley?
- Free Wi-Fi
- Spa and treatment room
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Luxury toiletries
- Room service
- Flatscreen TV
- Relaxing bar
Leeds is a brilliant destination all year round. For outdoor events and festivals, summer brings the most fun for the family. However, spring and autumn offer fewer crowds and pleasurable weather for outdoor strolls. Winter is another great time to visit. You can indulge in some Christmas market treats or explore the city’s pretty lights and decorations.
Leeds is sure to satisfy most types of travellers. Groups of friends can relish in the city's famed nightlife and drinking spots, but the city is also family-friendly too. You'll find a wealth of cutting-edge museums and attractions to suit tech-heads and history buffs.
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- Compact umbrella in case of rain
- Comfortable shoes
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Leeds is serviced by a busy train station with frequent arrivals and departures. There’s also a major airport located between the city and Bradford with rail connections to either city. As a fairly compact city, Leeds is easy to navigate via foot. However, if you do need to get to the other side of Leeds, a comprehensive bus network is ideal. You can of course also use taxis and popular ride-hailing apps. If you happen to be visiting the Royal Armouries, we advise that you take the free taxi ferry from Granary Wharf to experience a different side of the city and its canals.
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Leeds is a delightful getaway for families and friends alike. It boasts a number of must-visit historic attractions, not least the charming Abbey House Museum and Kirkstall Abbey Ruins. But it’s also a forward-thinking, bustling city of soaring cuisine and vibrant nightlife. You’ll find haute cuisine and contemporary Yorkshire flavours rubbing shoulders with vibrant street food stalls and dishes from around the world. And then there’s the beer. Explore the city’s lauded pubs and bars, or indulge in some of the finest shopping in the north of England.
Leeds may be a modern powerhouse, but its history is written in its streets. You don’t have to visit a museum to experience this antique charm, although you can. Instead, visit the many lovingly restored Victorian shopping arcades which now feature upmarket eateries and beautiful boutiques. Or take in a show at the Leeds Grand Theatre, a charming and traditional Victorian theatre that’s home to the innovative Opera North.