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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 4644 reviews
Very good location and service
We stayed here for my wifes graduation and found the hotel ideally located both for the University and its proximity to the city centre. The staff were excellent and we thought that it was very good [More] value for money. [Less]
Great room and friendly staff in city centre location
By RevdEileen
Surprised to find ease of parking, welcoming reception despite busy conditions, extremely comfortable and well equipped room in the middle of Leicester city [Less]
Quick stop over
By JohnS18
Excellent hotel.. We stayed just for the one night but the hotel and staff were great. Competitively priced food and breakfast in particular for hotel prices. Comfortable room and public areas as [More] well. Parking a bit pricey but seems to be more common now with hotels in city centre areas. Nice and close to Leicester centre too so easy enough to go out for food/drinks or a walk around. [Less]
Most impressed
By UKtog
This was a business trip and although I am very familiar with the area and the Holiday Inn Express product this hotel still exceeded my expectations. Lovely refurbishment of the new look rooms [More] and very helpful staff. I wanted a room switch and they were so prompt and pleasant in handling my "would it be possible post" - the room was not correct due to the usual incompetence of the corporate supplier. The hotel is in a business park but a quick 5 minute/slow 10 minute level walk from Derby Station if you come out the Pride Park exit. The hotel is well geared to the business traveller and I was very happy as a single female guest with the visit. Opposite the hotel is a Harvester and a Chiquitos, because of business hospitality I only had breakfast in the hotel (the usual HIX offerings) which was adequate as ever. [Less]
just as expected but with one added value
By wedding guest 3
the hotel was exactly as expected, with one added point, there was a communicating door between the two rooms occupied by the family. This enabled our toddler to safely move between the rooms. [Less]
Great place to stay in Derby
By DrWalt
We found the Holiday Inn Express in Derby a wonderful place to stay when visiting our daughter and her husband recently. The room was clean and comfortable and reasonably quiet. The curtains kept [More] things dark even though the sun came up very early. We would definitely think of staying there again when we return to Derby. [Less]
Helpful Haven
By kelei16
Helping to move my daughter down to Leicester for employment, we arrived on a very awkward day in Leicester. Unable to obtain the key to her new flat, and after having to store all her belongings in [More] a storage facility, we needed to find hotel accommodation for at least 2 nights. The Holiday Inn Express staff were able to immediately give a room for a pair of frustrated, weary travellers, even though it wasn't the correct book in time!. Thank you all for your lovely friendly welcome and care and attention during our stay. [Less]
Ideal location
By Cornish Ref Observer
A great hotel ideally suited whether going to the football at King Power (next door) or shopping with the town no more than 30 minute stroll. Food average and in line with this type of hotel and the [More] rooms really comfortable with good heavy curtains to keep the light out. [Less]
Friendly staff
By SMSZ
My second visit to this Hotel. this trip was only 4 nights and we enjoyed the convenience of the location of the hotel and the staff are very friendly. Beds are comfortable, rooms are clean. [More] breakfast is good, coffee is wonderful.The hotel lobby and main floor is very inviting, wifi connection wasn't great for me, but it worked well for others. Definitely, a home away from home. [Less]

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