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Grade II listed magnificence in central Leeds

hotel doorBeautifully ornate building thanks to its terracotta – red brick exterior, which has been painstakingly restored to its former Victorian glory in a recent and extensive renovation project.

Each one of the 120 en suite guest rooms has had just as much time and attention lavished upon it.  4 star classic but contemporary comforts await you when you book a room here. Equally tempered towards the business traveller, as it is to those travelling on leisure, this hotel makes the most of its space with spacious well designed rooms with the convenience of complementary toiletries, cable TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Onsite parking is available should you choose to drive here, but the city station is just a couple of minutes walk away from this hotel.  When you choose to book here, you are choosing all the best that a hotel in Leeds can offer you.  From the helpful staff at reception to the friendly catering team in the dynamic fusion restaurant and bar, all is geared towards you having a great stay and a unique experience in this great city.  A gym is also available for hotel guests to use, and this hotel prides itself on being one of the prime venues in Leeds for business, meetings and conferencing.

In the local area

Leeds has so much to offer and a full day can be spent simply wandering the streets and marvelling at its exemplary Victorian architecture and taking refreshments at any one of the hip, buzzy cafe bars or restaurants.  While in the area, a visit to the West Yorkshire Playhouse is a must.   This modern building was opened in 1990 as part of a city regeneration project and since then has gone from strength to strength with both classic and contemporary plays and productions being staged here.  In contrast, the almost baronial and Gothic Leeds Grand Theatre was built in the same impressive red brick ornate style as this hotel in the late 1800’s. The theatre is home to Opera North and is also regularly visited by the Northern Ballet Company, as well as playing host to a great selection of touring artists and comedians.  With two such distinguished choices on your doorstep, you are bound to find something to please everyone.

For extra cultural appeal, Leeds is also home to the Henry Moore Institute, an award-winning venue in the centre of the city host to art exhibitions, conferences and lectures. It also houses an excellent research centre and library and is open 7 days a week.

For little less cultured activities, great shopping abound in Leeds, with the fascinating Victoria Quarter being centrally located, as are both Greek Street and Park Lane.  If you want food of any description or origin, you will find it here!

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