Famous around the world for exports from Sheffield Steel, to Sean Bean, Pulp, and the Arctic Monkeys, this is a friendly city with lots to shout about. Find a cheap hotel in Sheffield today and experience The Full Monty.
With one of the largest indoor shopping malls in Europe and a regenerated city centre, Sheffield offers plenty of shopping opportunities. Well-linked by the city’s Supertram, Meadowhall is an indoor mall with many popular high street stores, such as River Island, H&M, and Top Man. There’s also a Vue Cinema and restaurants such as Frankie & Benny’s and Nando’s, for when you need to refuel.
Sheffield’s city centre is laid-back and compact, making shopping a stress-free experience. All the big names are here, such as Primark and John Lewis, alongside more boutique stores such as Bird’s Yard and Sheffield Scene, perfect for unique souvenirs. The Moor Market is a great place to pick up a bargain and buy lots of delicious fresh food.
The Winter Garden
One of the jewels of Sheffield’s city centre is the Winter Garden, the largest urban glasshouse in Europe. Close to a number of Sheffield hotels, it houses thousands of plants from around the world, and is where locals and visitors alike go to relax, have a coffee, and catch up with friends.
Once famous for its factories and steel, leisure and culture are now two of Sheffield’s main industries. The city has a fine collection of museums that promote the city’s past as well as looking ahead with new works.
Nestled away behind charming cobbled streets is the Kelham Island Museum, which celebrates Sheffield’s industrial heritage with displays on the steel making process and antique machines, still in working order.
Sheffield has excellent theatre facilities, offering a regular and varied schedule of events so that there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
The Crucible Theatre is famous for holding the World Snooker Championship tournament each year, when the cheap hotels in Sheffield fill up quickly with spectators from around the world. It also hosts renowned plays, such as Shakespeare’s The Tempest, starring Derek Jacobi.
The Lyceum Theatre is a beautiful Edwardian building with a lavish interior that features popular plays such as The Woman in Black and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
The Peak District
One of Sheffield’s perks is that it has all the attractions of a big city and yet stunning countryside is just a short cycle or drive away. The Peak District is a nearby national park and a must-visit if you like walking and admiring beautiful, panoramic views across the green hills. The surrounding towns, such as Buxton and Bakewell, are ideal stopping off points for tea and cake.
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