14 Nottingham City Centre Hotels For A Taste Of Sherwood
Found in the East Midlands and famous for being the home of Robin Hood is the city of Nottingham. It's also home to the oldest inn and pub in England, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem. But, Nottingham has so much more than that, with culture, food and shopping all in easy reach. Doing it all in your city break is made easier by the fourteen city centre hotels below, which allow you to do a lot without travelling that far.
To make the most of your time, we've listed our top 14 Nottingham city centre hotels, perfect for a city break in this fabulous city and walking distance from much of Nottingham's sights.
In both walking distance of Nottingham Castle and Old Market Square is Park Plaza Nottingham. All rooms have a contemporary, sleek design with either a Queen or King bed and toiletries, Wi-Fi and magnifying mirror, all coming as standard. Guests can dine at their on-site restaurant, Chino Latino, which serves pan-Asian dishes and Latin cocktails.
Found in the heart of Nottingham's city centre, the boutique hotel Mercure is within walking distance from Old Market Square, Nottingham Castle and the Motorpoint Arena. Dating back to 1922, the hotel has blended modern and sleek furnishings with Georgian architecture. All guests can enjoy Wi-Fi, coffee and tea making facilities and plush furnishings; there's also a bar and restaurant on site.
Just a stone’s throw away from Nottingham Castle is St. James Hotel Nottingham which offers a range of rooms suited for nearly all budgets. From the minimal contemporary to the signature four-poster bedrooms, St. James Hotel offers Wi-Fi, The White Company bathroom products and tea and coffee facilities as standard in all rooms. Their bar and lounge No/6 caters to all needs for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and has a fully stocked bar.
Close to the Victoria Centre and walking distance to Nottingham Castle is the Hilton Nottingham. Rooms at the Hilton are comfortable with amenities including Crabtree and Evelyn toiletries, tea and coffee-making facilities and Wi-Fi. Guests staying at the hotel can also enjoy a fitness centre, indoor pool, and sauna. This hotel is also pet friendly.
In the heart of the city centre is the Best Western Nottingham, with walking distance to all Nottingham offers. Guests can enjoy warm wooden accents in neutrally decorated rooms with amenities such as free Wi-Fi, breakfast and parking. The Conservatory Restaurant serves classics for dining on-site, and the Lounge Bar is the perfect place to unwind.
When hotels aren't enough, the Dwell Aparthotel is there for you and the perfect stay for a city break in Nottingham. Rock City is a stone throw away if you're a music lover, and the Old Market Square is only a short walk. Guests can enjoy the stylish and quirky decor, with rooms including king beds, a complete Sky package and a kitchenette, allowing you to cook a meal and relax in your own space.
Found in the historic 'Lace Market' district of Nottingham is the 42 room Lace Market Hotel. Their on-site pub, Cock and Hoop, serves hearty British favourites and local ales and craft beers. Rooms are sleek and inviting with deep red and purple accents, with all guests receiving eco-friendly toiletries, hot drink making facilities and free Wi-Fi.
For an affordable and comfortable stay in the city centre consider the Ibis Hotel Nottingham. The Motorpoint Arena and the Old Market Square are within walking distance, making it perfect for those who want to shop, dine, and be entertained. All rooms have neutral and plush decor, with amenities including tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi.
Not far from Nottingham Castle and Old Market Square is the Crowne Plaza Nottingham. Guests can enjoy amenities of leisure facilities, with a heated indoor pool and spa. Rooms are decorated in a contemporary style with free Wi-Fi, premium bedding and quiet zones if needed. Downstairs is Swatch Restaurant and Bar, a sophisticated and stylish place to meet, drink and eat.
Hart's Hotel and Kitchen's four-star boutique hotel is next to Nottingham Castle, with a 2 AA rosette restaurant. With its car park and private garden, with views of Nottingham, this 32-room hotel offers guests free Wi-Fi, complimentary water and tea and coffee making facilities with fresh milk. When staying, reserve a table at Hart's Kitchen, where they serve A La Carte, Sunday dinners, and cater to vegetarians and vegans.
A comfortable and well-loved option is the Premier Inn Nottingham City Centre, conveniently located and only a short walk from the busy shops and restaurants. Rooms are spacious, neutrally decorated with purple furnishings, with guests able to enjoy amenities such as a super-comfy Hypnos bed, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffee facilities. For an additional price, you can enjoy a buffet breakfast and a range of classic British dishes in their welcoming bar and restaurant in the evening.
The Bentinck Hotel is situated right next to the rail and tram station and housed in a restored 18th-century building. Inside, there are 13 rooms which have all been recently refurbished, merging modern design with its period charm. All guests staying have access to free Wi-Fi and a cocktail bar and Brasserie, which serves family favourites.
Located in Nottingham city's heart is the Jury's Inn Nottingham, a mere five-minute walk away from the train station. Their rooms are comfortably designed with colourful accents, with guests able to enjoy free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee refreshments and complimentary toiletries. To kick start your day, consider breakfast in your room or their restaurant, and end your evening at their bar, which is fully stocked.
Tucked away in the Lace Market district is the Heritage Mews converted schoolhouse, which hosts 12 rooms with luxury furnishing and fixtures perfect for a city break. With grey rooms, colourful accents, and a rustic feel, these suites come with toiletries, a microwave and fridge, and a patio area.
Whether you want a photo with Robin Hood (the statue) or a picnic in Arboretum Park, shopping around the Old Market Square or grabbing food from Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, visiting Nottingham is a must. With all the hotels above being central, allowing access to Nottingham's offerings, you can focus on seeing and doing as much as possible. Where's the first place you're hitting when visiting Nottingham? Let us know on Insta or tweet us @justhooit, and don’t forget to check out how to make an offer on a hotel room with hoo.