Cheap Hotels in Leicester
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Croft Hotel is a classic Victorian building set on the outskirts of Leicester. Just 7 minutes’ drive from the city centre, this former school has a 24-hour front desk, a TV area, free on-site parking and a bar. Each contemporary room is delicately decorated and features a TV, free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities and a radio. Within the newly refurbished on-site bar, an assortment of draught beers, bottles and soft drinks are available. Close to many of Leicester’s major attractions, Croft Hotel is just a 9-minute drive from the National Space Centre. Haymarket shopping centre is a 6-minute car journey from the hotel, and guests can also journey through medieval England at Bosworth Battlefield, also just 37 minutes’ drive away.
A modern Leicester hotel near the city centre with open lobby, meeting facilities and spacious bedrooms. Well placed near the Highcross Leicester shopping mall, Holiday Inn® Leicester hotel is five minutes' walk from attractions like the King Richard III Visitor Centre and Leicester Cathedral. The hotel is a 10-minute cab ride from Leicester train station. The M1 motorway is 15 minutes' drive away, and there’s NCP parking next to the hotel. The National Space Centre is a six-minute drive from the hotel. Sports fans are 10 minutes' drive from Leicester Tigers rugby matches at Welford Road Stadium and the King Power Stadium, home of Leicester City FC. The striking, contemporary Curve Theatre hosts performing arts, 15 minutes' walk from the hotel, while the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre, at the site of the 15th - century battle, is 30 minutes' drive away. The hotel's flexible spaces, from boardrooms to an event suite, can host meetings and functions for up to 300 people. There's free standard WiFi throughout, audio-visual equipment is available, and catering can be made.
Our modern, affordable hotel might cut costs, but it never cuts corners. From the free fibre Wi-Fi to the 24hr restaurant and front desk, the most extravagant breakfast spread to Sweet Beds and huge power showers in every room, your Leicester trip is off to a great start. Can't bear to leave your best friend at home? The warm welcome of our pet-friendly hotel isn't just reserved for humans!
Victorian charm meets modern style at this elegant 4-star Leicester hotel. Just a short drive from the National Space Centre and within walking-distance of the King Richard III Visitor Centre, Mercure Leicester The Grand Hotel is ideal for guests looking to explore the city. Back at the hotel, guests can enjoy stylish urban interiors and fine dining during their stay. The hotel also regularly hosts a number of events, from charity balls to asian weddings, with enough room to accomodate 300 people.
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Hotels in Leicester
Located in one of the oldest cities in England, Leicester hotels are the perfect destination for travellers looking to delve in the country's rich history, watch some world-class sport or simply enjoy some retail therapy.
Leicester has a history reaching as far back as the Iron Age, boasting a selection of Roman, Medieval, Tudor, Industrial and Modern sites to explore. For a glimpse into Leicester's Roman past, the best place to visit is the Jewry Wall Museum. Here you'll find archaeological evidence and fascinating historical artefacts, ranging from ancient stone tools to medieval decorated tiles. The Jewry wall itself was originally part of the Roman town's public baths.
Perfect for an afternoon stroll is the grounds of Leicester Castle. Originally built over Roman town walls, the castle was first constructed in around 1070 and the remains today consist of some ruins and a mound. The Great Hall, which you can explore, was built around 1150 and extensively renovated in 1523. Until 1992 it was used as a court of law.
To experience the medieval heritage of the city, make your way to The Guildhall. One of the best-preserved timber-framed halls in the country, the building dates back to 1390 and is today home to a museum where you can walk the streets of Medieval Leicester.
Leicester is a great place to catch up with some retail therapy. Whether you're looking for small boutique shops to high street brands, the city has a fantastic array of specialist stores, markets and major chains. The Highcross Shopping Centre is the commercial heart of Leicester and here you'll find everything from Apple to John Lewis as well as a cinema and a vast number of restaurants and cafés. For a more boutique experience, head to Stoneygate where you'll find designer stores nestled in between beauty treatment salons. Or, for a taste of the exotic, Belgrave Road is a vibrant market area and here you'll find an intoxicating array of jewellery, spices and fabrics.
For lovers of art, theatre and film, Leicester has a selection of excellent venues. The Curve theatre is home to some of the most exciting and diverse performance in the country, while De Montfort Hall hosts a variety of live music, dance and comedy. If visual art is more your thing, Rothwell Arts and Heritage Centre is home to a number of gallery spaces showcasing local artists, and Embrace Arts has a fantastic range of events, talks and exhibitions organised by the University of Leicester.
There's plenty to get up to in the countryside surrounding Leicester. The nearby National Forest is home to an excellent range of trails for walkers of all ages and abilities, while Bradgate Country Park makes for a pleasant day out where you can find the ruins of the childhood home of Lady Jane Grey. If you're travelling with kids the Wistow Maze is great fun, and there's also plenty of opportunity to rent a bike or take a horse-riding lesson in the surrounding area.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Leicester
What are the most booked hotels in Leicester?The best hotels to stay in Leicester are Mercure Leicester The Grand Hotel, Ramada Encore By Wyndham Leicester City Centre and The Belmont Hotel.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Leicester?Days Inn By Wyndham Leicester Forest East M1 in Leicester offers one night in a double room at the price of £31.
If I want to stay in the center of Leicester, which hotels shall I consider?Holiday Inn Express Leicester - City, Ramada Encore By Wyndham Leicester City Centre and Mercure Leicester The Grand Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Leicester.
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