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Our Middlesbrough hotel is ideal for football fans, with the Riverside Stadium just 1.5 miles away, or for partygoers, it's easy to get into town for a fun night out. Watch top comedians and bands play at the Grade 2 listed town hall, take in an exhibition at the Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art or hit one of the racecourses at nearby Redcar and Sedgefield. All rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Our on-site restaurant and bar serves breakfast and tasty evening meals.
A contemporary hotel with a central location and convenient transport links Holiday Inn Express® Middlesbrough – Centre Square hotel benefits from a central location. Part of the Cleveland Shopping Centre, the hotel is within walking distance of many restaurants and bars. Nearby attractions include Middlesbrough Football Club, MIMA (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art), just opposite the hotel, and Middlesbrough Town Hall, with its eclectic programme of events, plus cinemas and parks. The train station, with direct links to York and Newcastle, is a 10-minute walk away. There is inclusive Wi-Fi throughout, and the hotel provides printing and copying facilities. Two meeting rooms with DVD players and digital projectors can accommodate up to 40 people. Light buffet lunches can be arranged. Leisure visitors – families and weekend breakers – enjoy the hotel's central location. Albert Park is a 15-minute walk away. You can admire its manicured lawns or enjoy its numerous amenities. Newham Grange Country Farm, a 15-minute drive south, is popular with young children. The hotel offers bright, contemporary double and twin rooms. A pillow menu allows guests to sleep in the utmost comfort. The complimentary breakfast includes several hot items and a continental option. After a day of sightseeing, guests can relax with a drink at the 24-hour bar.
Hotels in Middlesbrough
Situated in the north east of England, Middlesbrough is a large town that lies in one of the crooks of the River Tees, less than ten miles north of the North York Moors. Book a Middlesbrough hotel with us and discover a town with much to offer.
Transport of delight
Since its construction in 1911, the Tees Transporter Bridge, the first of its kind in the world, and one of only about 20 in existence, has come to symbolise Middlesbrough's industrial power. Its photogenic qualities have not gone unnoticed because it's made appearances on screens big and small, from Auf Wiedersehen Pet to Billy Elliot. Visit the bridge's visitor centre and find out about its part in the Industrial Revolution and area at large. And if you're brave enough, try a bungee jump!
Fresh air and football
RSPB Saltholme is located in a huge area of wetland with fantastic views. Get up close to a cornucopia of birdlife that congregate around the pools, plants and flowers by observing them from one of three stylishly modern hides. Visit the walled wildlife garden and the wildlife-themed adventure play area - great for kids.
With 120 acres of woodland, parkland and arboretum, and two lakes that provide a gathering place for water fowl, Stewart Park is a perfect idyll for the whole family. Come and see goats, llamas, deer and Highland cattle in the pets' corner. You'll also see the granite urn that marks the site of the birthplace of Captain James Cook. Close by is the museum dedicated to the famous explorer which opened in 1978 to coincide with the 250th anniversary of his birth. Learn about Cook's story by viewing the many artefacts, documents and art displayed here, and get involved in the educational and fun activities.
Football fans have the opportunity to take a tour of the Riverside Stadium, home to Middlesbrough FC, which was completed in 1995, following the club's move from Ayresome Park. The arena is situated next to the River Tees, hence the name.
Restaurants and cafés
You'll find a huge array of eateries in Middlesbrough that cater, literally, for all tastes. From the Turkish cosine of Meze Lounge and the Polish-inflected fare of Mannequin Café to the traditional pub grub of the Apple Tree and the huge variety of world teas at the Olde Young Tea House, you'll find somewhere to kick back and relax.
Bars, clubs and music
Middlesbrough has a thriving nightlife scene with the Town Hall providing stand-up comedy and music acts, while the Empire plays host to top bands and club nights. Whether you're into house, indie, rock, reggae, 80s music and more, there's plenty to keep you occupied.
Shopping in and around Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough has four shopping centres, Cleveland Centre, Hillstreet Shopping Centre, Captain Cook Square and Dundas Shopping Centre, all located in the heart of the town. You'll find department stores, designer shops, vintage boutiques and much more.
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