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Nicer than I thought it was going to be. Very clean hotel, rooms tastefully decorated, amenities good. Be prepared for conferences/ events/weddings happening in the hotel to make it busier. Had a que for the bar/restaurant which wasn’t great but staff were friendly and helpful. Food was ok. Swimming ...
Pros - Clean (ish), new, friendly staff, spacious rooms. Cons - Bar can get busy in the evenings, housekeeping left a couple of half empty glasses in the room rather than remove them.
This is a great hotel, I regularly stay here, and can recommend it. But the food options for vegetarians suck as does the room service, who don't pick up the phone. I was given one option a few nights back for veggie food, a cheese sandwich... it's 2017, come on, pick up your game..! Apart from that, ...
Older hotel with modern facilities, Wi-fi in all rooms, room a little compact, no view at rear of hotel looking out at roof lights of extension. On par with budget Hotel.
Leicestershire has a superb selection of immaculate four star hotels, which range from historic luxury hotels in Leicester city centre to grand country houses in the county's sublime countryside. In addition, this county has a great selection of fine dining restaurants serving a wide choice of cuisines, and is also home to numerous grand medieval landmarks and enchanting country mansions.
As you would expect, four star hotels pride themselves on their world-class cuisine, and employ talented, highly experienced chefs who use the finest, freshest ingredients, locally sourced wherever possible. Whether you prefer classical British dishes, refined French dishes, or vibrant Asian flavours, your hotel can easily accommodate your needs.
All four star hotels provide unrivalled corporate hospitality and are suitable for all kinds of special business functions, from special ceremonies to large-scale meetings. All meeting rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and decorated with luxury furnishings, and can be customised to your requirements.
Another fine landmark dating all the way back to the 14th Century, the Leicester Guildhall was used for a meeting during the English Civil War. Today, it has an important museum showcasing Leicester's medieval heritage, and is still regularly used for live performances
One of the most exclusive places to stay in Leicester city centre is the four star Mercure Leicester The Grand Hotel, which is just minutes from the railway station and is housed in a majestic 19th century building. Here, guests can enjoy mouthwatering breakfasts, free internet access, and sophisticated, decent-sized rooms and 24-hour room service.
Comprising more than 800 acres of attractive parkland, Bradgate Park is overlooked by the remnants of Bradgate House, which is approximately 500 years old and was built by the 1st Marquis of Dorset, Thomas Grey.
A splendid Grade II-Listed building dating back to the early Georgian period, Belgrave Hall is a fine example of Queen Anne-style architecture, and is on the outskirts of Leicester. It has an interesting museum where you can learn about the history of the families that lived here, and elegant landscaped gardens.
Close to Loughborough is the Quorn Country Hotel, which overlooks the picturesque valley of the River Soar and is housed in a majestic 17th century mansion. It’s surrounded by landscaped grounds, and provides enchanting, spacious rooms with satellite TVs and free internet access. Another exquisite four star hotel that's ideal for a wedding or any other special occasion is the Stapleford Park Country House Hotel and Sporting Estate, near Melton Mowbry. Here, you'll be treated to a mouthwatering free breakfast, access to luxury leisure facilities and a full-service spa, and two fantastic restaurants.
Speaking of food, Melton Mowbray, the UK's Rural Capital of Food, is noted for its thriving annual food festival, which is also marketed as the East Midlands Food Festival. During the event, this pictorial town attracts artisan traders from all over the world, and offers plenty of opportunities for visitors to sample its famous pork pies and Stilton cheese. If you fancy a visit at this time then it’s advisable to book ahead, because four star hotels in Leicestershire fill up quickly during the festival.