Nice large room. Grest bathroom Tired decor though
Beautiful apartment and great location. Parking was great. Would definitely stay herr again
Clean room, comfortable bed pleasant staff. Great value for money
Decent room, freindly service and clean. Tea and coffee would have neen a bonus but still good for the price.
We loved the Property, but it looked like it had not been hoover for days or that room had been used. there was only warm water room temp for shower no hot water and the tap got stuck and we could not turn it off. But the staff were brilliant could not do enough for you.....! KEEP IT UP GREAT ...
Really hot in my room. More options for a warm breakfast would be nice
The location was good but felt unsafe out and about around the hotel.
I really enjoyed my stay. Brilliant service and fantastic breakfast. Just one little thing, the airon was not working properly.
Hotel going through a Partial Refurbishment. Great shower, good breakfast, friendly staff.
A well-known entertainment venue, De Montfort Hall dates back to 1913 and has a superb auditorium that hosts many major events, from comedy to jazz. It's in walking distance to several hotels and restaurants, and within easy reach of Leicester's excellent boutiques and main commercial districts.
The venue is named after Simon de Montfort, who served as the 6th Earl of Leicester, in the 13th Century, and was also a crusader and nobleman born in France. He was admired by King Henry III, who took a shine towards anyone who spoke French! The language that had permeated into English society soon after the Norman Conquest and was held in much higher prestige than English at that time.
Interestingly, however, Leicester has also been declared by numerous linguists as the birthplace of English in its modern standard form, and now has one of the most cultural diverse populations of any city in the country. If you're interested in learning more about Leicester's history, you could visit the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, which has many interested prehistoric, ancient and medieval artefacts. One of the most popular hotels in the city is the Mercure Leicester The Grand Hotel, an exclusive four star venue that is housed in one of Leicester's finest historic landmarks.
De Montfort Hall has a fantastic hospitality team that is comfortable managing many types of private functions, from corporate events to award ceremonies and exhibitions. The venue features the elaborate Main Hall, which can be customised with a wide range of seating layouts tailored to your events. It also has beautiful Victoria and Garden Suites, which are also ideal for training events, meetings, or large-scale corporate lunches.
Many hotels in the city provide free WiFi access in all rooms and public areas, which means you'll have no trouble booking tickets online to upcoming events at De Montfort Hall and other cultural attractions in Leicester. Many more high-end hotels in Leicester also provide well-equipped fitness centres and spas, and some also offer in-room tea and coffee-making facilities and equipped private bathrooms for your convenience.