We have two Leicester hotels: one in the city centre and another close to the King Power football stadium. The King Power stadium is home to Leicester City football club and if you're around on a match day, you might choose to buy a ticket and take advantage of the great atmosphere offered. If football's not your thing, however, you might prefer a visit to Welford Road Stadium where you can enjoy a game of rugby instead.
But there's more to Leicester than sport. There are more than half a dozen museums and art galleries, including Newarke Houses, Abbey Pumping Station and Jewry Wall and Archaeology Museum.
Leicester is also home to some beautiful landmarks. Ashby Castle and Belvoir Castle are impressive structures and well worth a visit and a walk around the grounds of both.
Shoppers are catered for in Leicester as well. Close to our most central Leicester hotel, you'll find the Highcross Shopping Centre. Even the keenest shopper might struggle to make it round the hundred plus shops. But if you need a break, the centre also has a number of bars and eateries and even a cinema if you can fit in a film.
It's not difficult to get to Leicester. It's easily accessible from the M1 motorway and the train station has direct services running to a number of UK towns and cities including London, Nottingham, Birmingham, Derby and Sheffield.
So take some time in Leicester and let us help you make the most of it. Book a stay in the city centre or slightly out of town at one of our two Leicester hotels.
Great hotel, clean rooms and good food. I stayed here in several occasions. No complains.[Less]
High level of service, renovated facilities, pool and spa available, good food and beverage offers, professional team[Less]
Excellent hotel, much better than Northampton holiday inn used previously.[Less]
Holiday Inn Nottingham Easter Weekend
My Step son and myself stayed Easter Saturday whilst attending Donnington Park Circuit for a BTCC meeting. Initially I would have stayed at the Holiday Inn at East Midlands Airport but it was fully[More] booked. The Nottingham Holiday Inn is a good alternative for Donnington Park as its about 20 minutes from the circiut.
The Hotel itself is pleasant and comfortable and very quiet, we slept with the windows open. The breakfast selection was very good and service very prompt. Nice and clean rooms with a nice shower in the bathroom. I would stay there again and very reasonable value for the night.[Less]
Great base for activities in the Nottingham area. Thanks for your great hospitality.[Less]
Nice stay expensive drinks
Nice, clean, comfortable hotel but drinks are very expensive, a coke came to £2.40![Less]
great hotel with friendly and helpful staff
By Gerry 7
signage off main highway is vague although the hotel is clearly visible.
parking facilities are good and nearby garage and restaurant much appreciated.
although only a short stay my wife and I I[More] felt as if we were at home with no hassle.
definitely a hotel we would use again if in the area.[Less]
someones been listening
Had a great stay again and was pleased with the improvements in the bedding and the breakfast menu
bacon now included.
Only one down side was the limited choice of alcoholic drinks in the bar[Less]
Good staff, comfortable bed
Great place to stay with friendly helpful staff. Quiet room and a good nights sleep. Nice breakfast in the morning.[Less]