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Hilton Hotels Leeds

Hilton Leeds

Book your stay at Hilton Leeds City today and find yourself enjoying 4-star comfort in the heart of this buzzing metropolis. No matter whether you're in town on business, visiting friends or simply seeing the sights, the hotel's central location will ensure you're ideally placed.

You might also wish to consider staying at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Leeds City Centre. Situated close by on Granary Wharf, the hotel offers a warm and comfortable environment, boasts an award-winning restaurant and lies just a short walk from Leeds railway station.  

Art and culture

If you're interested in finding a fun and interactive day out that all the family will enjoy then make for Leeds City Museum. There are four floors of interactive galleries covering everything from geology and decorative art to archaeology, fine art and natural history.

Leeds' Royal Armouries Museum is another fascinating attraction. The site is Britain's national museum of arms and armour and houses about 75,000 items including armour worn by Henry VIII, arms and armour from the English Civil Wars and an assortment of weapons and military items from around the world.

Live entertainment

Leeds is a university city and thanks to its large student population you can always be sure of finding live music, comedy nights or drama performances to attend. The O2 Academy Leeds and the First Direct Arena attract a large number of touring bands to the city, while the annual Leeds Festival at Bramham Park is a leading event in the UK's summer music calendar.


Consider catching a performance at the Carriageworks Theatre, a popular venue that aims to encourage more people to attend live drama events. The Grand Theatre & Opera House Leeds runs a varied programme of events, as does the West Yorkshire Playhouse where you'll find new works mixed in with stage favourites.


The compact nature of Leeds city centre means you'll never have to walk far to get between your favourite stores. Designer outlets including Harvey Nichols, Karen Millen, Vivienne Westwood and Flannels are all represented, but it is just as easy to find independent stores and market stalls.

Head to the Victoria Quarter's magnificent Grade II shopping arcades or check out the more unusual stores operating from the Leeds Corn Exchange. The Grand Arcade is full of independent retailers too. Leeds Kirkgate Market is one of the largest indoor markets in Europe, selling a wide variety of goods from fresh produce and jewellery to flowers, fashion items and hardware.