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Nottingham Hotels

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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

Your staff are the greatest asset
By Lynda
The staff at the holiday Inn Leicester are lovely. They are so friendly I would call them friends as they do give the personal touch. In particular, thx go to donna, Damien and nickolette. [Less]
Holiday inn, Leicester
By Ninjanita
Great stay, staff are so friendly and nothing is too much trouble. We arrived early and staff checked to see if a room was available and let us check in so it allowed us to unpack and go shopping [More] before we watched our show. I loved my stay so much, the next time I come shopping to Leicester, I intend to stay over again. Many thanks. [Less]
Most adventureful holiday ever
By Wenna
My card did not go through. I had cash and after some time it was accepted. I had no proof of identification. I was accepted. Graciously shown to my room which was a modern disability room. It was [More] everything that one could wish for and fortunately I could get to the toilet from the end of the bed as my powered wheelchair broke down. Had I been able to get to the low barh :/ shower a bath stool or even a waterproof plank across the bath would be appreciated. The bed was comfortable but only one pillow was comfie, which was enough for me. The bedroom was great. The electrical points were accessible for my powered wheelchair. Staff members were more than helpful.. The emergency pull cords all worked and the response was quick and very helpful. [Less]
Convenient place to stay. Close to M1
By Jack
This hotel is conveniently located next to the football stadium and close to the M1. I would not recommend staying there for a holiday but great for overnight stay/stopover location. Great value [More] especially as I used my IHG reward points for 3 person booking. [Less]
Excellent staff and cracking hotel lovely stay
By Llong-term stayer1000
Excellent staff and Gemma the manager is superb very accommodating great hotel clean tidy and staying Monday to Friday for the next 3 months [Less]
Comfortable bed, great staff
By NewYorker46
Nice hotel, right next to King Stadium, so it gets busy and exciting when the Leicester City soccer team is playing home. Basic services, but good breakfast and very friendly staff. The hotel appears [More] to be popular with the locals. Easy walking to the City Centre and a few tourist attractions. [Less]
Great Hotel Choice
By BertieD
Spacious comfortable room - clean and well-maintained. Staff were great and really made this an enjoyable stay. [Less]
By Frankie71
Good central location, friendly staff and clean rooms. [Less]
Lovely stay
By jonandmarkuk
We had a lovely return stay at the Derby river lights hotel. The room was really comfortable and quiet, we got a great night's sleep. Would definitely use this hotel again in future [Less]

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