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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


Great service
By Simah
The staff members were welcoming and greeted us cheerfully each morning. Nothing was too much trouble for them [Less]
Good value and location. Expensive breakfast
By Martin
We enjoyed this short stay. The hotel was the best value of the available options. It was an ideal location, close to the park and ride Tram for Nottingham and the M1. The breakfast was extremely [More] expensive so we didn't have it. [Less]
Holiday Inn Nottingham Easter Weekend
By JohnH
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]
Another early start
By JJAK
Good location for EMA friendly staff and the rooms are perfect for one or two nights break did not eat breakfast in the hotel as we had an early start [Less]
Handy location just off M1 Nottingham area
By sparky1906
This is a standard Holiday Inn Express, staff were very pleasant and helpful. Room was very clean, bathroom spacious with great shower. Used the restaurant on the evening of arrival and food was [More] good, service was good considering it was busy. Breakfast was self service and provided a good selection, the hot English breakfast choice was quite good and frequently replenished, all items well cooked and piping hot. The only small criticism is the fact you have to pay £10 per night to park, although I can understand that people might leave vehicles whilst flying from nearby airport. [Less]
HI Express EMA
By Celtic12
Dependable and friendly. Recognised as a Platinum Ambassador. [Less]
Return visit just as good as first visit
By Sheltie owner
Travelled with our dog Zoe and it's wonderful to be able to stay in such a good hotel at a reasonable price. We stayed here previously with a dog and were pleased that the excellent standard had been [More] maintained. The complimentary breakfast was very good considering other hotels of this type charge extra. The only problem was the tiled entrance floor which was very slippery for doggy paws and the staff told us other dogs had found this a problem. Finally all the staff were friendly helpful and efficient. [Less]
Welcoming, great service.
By ProjektM
Simple booking process, welcoming staff. Fast check-out. Comfortable beds, dark quiet room. Bathroom could be cleaner but otherwise has everything you need at a reasonable price. [Less]
Exceptional customer service
By Dixie
We were attending a function and therefore needed early access to our room. This was taken care of by an exceptionally pleasant, polite young man on reception. He arranged for us to be in our room [More] within 30 minutes of arrival (whilst offering us coffee while we waited). Chamber maid was helpful with a difficult key card and the Receptionist assisted with directions on the day of departure. We use numerous hotels during the course of the year but do not usually find that we can compliment the staff to the extent that we have with this hotel. First class staff makes such a difference and certainly plays a part in whether or not you use that chain again. [Less]

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