Large dual-aspect room, with huge bathroom and a very comfy bed! Very quiet (I was worried I wasn't going to get any sleep due to the amount of stag and hen parties staying). Breakfast was plentiful and the staff super friendly. Close to the train station, handy for the town centre and very near ...
the location was very good however I did try to contact the hotel with regards parking but got no reply. I parked on a multi story (hotel provided a discount which was good)and walked a few blocks to find parking right next door which would have been more convenient.
I have stayed in this hotel several times. This is a perfect choice of a budget hotel. Efficient service, clean and comfy.
Great friendly staff great location great old building with plenty of character
Excellent location. Pool was nice. Staff were friendly
It’s a nice hotel . Clean .. bed is comfortable . Staff were nice
Great service and amenities, good value. I’d stay again.
The City Ground is an absolute must for any football fans visiting Nottinghamshire, either on business or pleasure. Whether you’re a supporter of Nottingham Forest or not, the City Ground is an historic venue, home to sporting legends such as Brian Clough. There are a good number of hotels nearby, ranging from classy B&Bs to upmarket hotels. The City Ground is located not too far from the city centre so if you’re travelling with family and only one or two of you are interested in football, the rest of your party can explore nearby attractions such as Nottingham while you enjoy a piece of footballing history.
Built in 1898, the City Ground has been home to Nottingham Forest Football Club since its doors opened and has hosted a number of historic games. For fans, there’s the opportunity to watch a match or even take a tour of the stadium and see how things look from a player’s perspective. It’s easy to spend a full day here, which makes B&Bs ideal accommodation, providing a warm and welcoming base to return to, with the sounds and cheers of a game still ringing in your ears. B&Bs such as The Hollies and Brecks Cottage take the idea of B&B to a whole new level, offering the little details and personal touch than can make all the difference to your time away.
For those who aren’t enamoured by the idea of a stadium visit, there are a good number of attractions nearby. The Broadmarsh Shopping Centre is widely thought to be the city’s best retail centre, while Nottingham Racecourse is just a short drive away should you fancy a flutter. In addition, there are a growing number of restaurants in Nottingham’s city centre ranging from the usual high-street suspects to exotic cuisine and fine dining establishments. However, many accommodation providers such as the Ashiana Hotel have their own restaurants, allowing you to relax and dine in comfortable surroundings, before retiring to your room.
The City Ground may be a must for football fans, but there are plenty of attractions for those who don’t enjoy The Beautiful Game. With excellent hotels in the area, there’s something for everyone, whether you enjoy sport or not.
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