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Nottingham, or Notts, as it's known to locals, is best known as the home of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest.


While it is mostly an industrial center in the East Midlands region of England, it has deep literary roots that attract thousands of visitors each year. D.H. Lawrence, famous for Lady Chatterley's Lover, called Nottingham home/ He was born in a small miner's cottage, a place he wrote about in later books. Newstead Abbey, the ancestral home of Lord Byron, is also located in Nottingham and welcomes thousands of devotees of the Romantic poet.


Nottingham has historical significance as well, thanks to its strategic location on the River Trent, a gateway to England from the north. William the Conqueror built a fort here in 1068, and Prince John surrendered to Richard the Lion Hearted here in 1194. Queen Isabella of France was captured in Nottingham after assassinating Edward II.


The city changed dramatically during the Industrial Revolution, when it became a manufacturing hub. The region is still home to major British manufacturers, such as bicycle company Raleigh, and pharmaceutical maker Boots.


While the region isn't well-known as a tourist destination, there are plenty of comfortable hotels in Nottingham, thanks in part to the two large universities located here, on a hill by William the Conqueror's son, and the former home of the Sheriff of Nottingham. It is now open to the public as a museum, and well-known for tours of the maze of caves beneath the structure.


Some of the area's most beautiful churches and cathedrals are located in Nottingham's pastoral countryside. Southwell Minster, completed by the Normans in the mid 12th century, is known for its stately Norman nave and Chapter House. The Church of Saint Mary was completed around 1175 and is famous as the church where Robin Hood and Maid Marian wed. Saint Mary Magdalene Church is Lord Byron's burial place.


Nottingham has a number of museums and cultural monuments celebrating its heritage as a center of industry. The Nottingham Industrial Museum houses collections of artifacts related to textile manufacturing, transportation, and mining. The Greens Mill Windmill grinds organic flour in a working windmill. For something completely different, try knitting a sock on a 19th-century knitting machine at the Framework Knitters Museum.


No adventure to Nottingham would be complete without a pint of ale and a pub snack at Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, the oldest inn in all of England. The inn, which is nestled at the base of Nottingham Castle, has a bit of museum ambiance, but the food is wonderful and the atmosphere festive.

Latest Nottingham Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Nottingham Hotel
(4.2 / 5) of 3986 reviews
Excellent stay
By Mrbear48
Our stay at the hotel was flawless in terms of service and of the facilities provided. The food was good as was the service and attitude of the staff. [Less]
Value for money
By lisaw43
Great value for money. Staff were very efficient and friendly. Room was comfortable, clean and tidy. Had great nights sleep. Only down side was although breakfast was included, it was not a full [More] English breakfast, said they don't do bacon. Yet on the evening meals menu offers chicken and bacon pizza. [Less]
Could do better with a little care
By The Enforcer
This was our second stay at the Holiday Inn Express at Pride Park. We knew what to expect from the previous stay. The check-in was quick and simple as every thing were prepaid as IHG member. On this [More] occasion, we were given a second floor room. Opening the door, I could immediately smell damp in the room. The room itself was made up properly. Initially, I though it was because the coldness in the room but after turned on the heating, this smell still lingered. I had noticed this room was one of those recently refurbished with new taps and shower screen door. I had to convince the wife that there was an actual damp smell in the room and she eventually agreed with me on this. I suggested we ask for a change of room but as we were only stay for the night, we'll try to open the window instead. The room was facing the front of the building so it was reasonable safe to do so. We went out to see our friends that evening and upon return, the smell has disappeared. However, the next problem appeared - the calibration on the thermostatic shower mixer was totally incorrect. When the reading stated 50 degree, the water temperature was just about lurk warm and it took a few minute playing around with the water control to bring water reasonable to have a decent hot shower. The heating in the room was just as bad; albeit the dial stated 25 degree the room temperature never reach anywhere near that. It was pumping cold air during the night!! The hotel management really need to get a grip and go through the snagging process after refurbishment to get these little important things right. In the morning, we sat one from the table on our last visit in the corner. I am glad they have resolved the air conditioning problem. Overall, I still recommend it for anyone visit Derby. [Less]
Great for the Sports Stadiums
By Stone-Kicker
Stayed for one night after a Tigers game. A bit noisy when some people came back from the clubs a 4am, thanks for knocking the door! Hotel is fine for a short stay, a little bit away from the city [More] centre but ideal if you are going to the football or rugby grounds. [Less]
Convenient Location
By kit 44
A good location and like most Holiday Inn Expresses you know what you are getting and that includes value for money. [Less]
Great place to stay
By Tbow27
Very friendly and helpful staff who are keen to ensure you are comfortable and have all you need. Bedrooms are clean and comfy. [Less]
Good place to stay
By 5A's
Hotel was clean, staff was friendly, breakfast was good and over all a a good value for the money. Hotel was within walking distance to plenty of shopping, food and entertainment. [Less]
Staff
By Julia1965
Receptionist,was near perfect.never been checked in by anybody so helpful [Less]
Very pleasent stay
By lubica9414
Room was great, very clean and nicely presented. Would recommend this hotel. [Less]

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