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Holiday Inn York City Centre

53 Piccadilly



YO1 9PL 

United Kingdom 

Check-in: 3PM

Check-out: 11AM

Età check-in:18


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Vantaggi della posizione
Centro città
Nome città:
Indicazioni stradali dal centro città all'hotel:
Sud Est
Distanza dall'hotel:
0.11 MI/ 0.18 KM
0.3 MI/ 0.48 KM North
2 MI/ 3.22 KM Sud Est
Tennis all'aperto:
0.6 MI/ 0.97 KM Sud
Tennis al coperto:
2.9 MI/ 4.67 KM East


  • Jorvik Viking Centre
  • National Rail Museum
  • York Castle Museum
  • York Dungeons
  • York's Chocolate Story
  • Barbican Theatre
  • York Grand Opera House
Da vedere

Da vedere

Located just five minutes’ walk from The Shambles which has been voted the most picturesque street in Europe. Take a stroll down the cobbled street that inspired Diagon Alley, and pay a visit to ‘The Shop That Must Not Be Named’, a Harry Potter themed store? The Shambles lead to King’s Square, where adults and children alike can learn about the history of chocolate in York at the Chocolate Story.
Da non perdere

Da non perdere

Children and adults alike must visit the Jorvik Viking Centre, a fun interactive experience located just a few minutes from Holiday Inn York City Centre. If you are looking for a bit of a scare, why not call in at the Dungeons or take part in one of York’s famous Ghost Walks to see the other side of York.
Non tornare a casa senza

Non tornare a casa senza

York is famous for its Minster, which offers breath-taking views for those brave enough to walk the 275 steps to the top. For those who prefer to stay close to the ground, the view is no less amazing. With its 235-foot-tall tower, York Minster is one of the largest of its kind.


A modern hotel within York city walls. Just a few minutes walk from the city centre, we offer easy access to everything that York has to offer. The hotel is located just around the corner of the reported grave of infamous highwayman Dick Turpin, as well as the renowned York City Walls. Why not have a walk around the walls and then stop off at Betty’s Tea Room for afternoon tea.