From exquisite wedding hotels to deluxe corporate accommodation, Leicestershire has a broad range of luxury hotels, ranging from historic country houses to chic, contemporary venues.
Luxury Hotels near the Motorway
If you're looking for a luxury hotel that's close to the M1, within easy reach of East Midlands Airport, and still offers easy access to Leicester city centre, consider the Hilton Leicester Hotel. This prestigious venue has immaculate modern rooms and ample conference facilities, and is just a short walk from the renowned Fosse Shopping Park. The Jurys Inn Hinckley Island is another convenient choice for travellers on a busy schedule, offering elegant contemporary rooms and providing quick and easy access to the M69 and Nuneaton.
Luxury Hotels for Romantic Getaways
If you’re really looking for that no-holes-barred luxury experience, then it has to be a stay at Champneys Springs Health Resort, which has a magnificent spa and is the perfect venue for high-profile weddings and other special occasions. It also has a large indoor pool and a superb restaurant, and is only a few miles from the medieval castle of Ashby de la Zouch. Another very popular venue for weddings is the Stapleford Park Country House Hotel, which surrounds beautiful landscaped grounds near Melton Mowbray and also has a fully equipped spa and elegant restaurant.
Luxury Hotels near East Midlands Airport
Should you require quick access to the airport, consider booking a stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel East Midlands, which offers high-quality conference amenities comprising nine spacious rooms. Better still, it provides a free transfer service to and from the airport, and coffee-making facilities in all of its sophisticated rooms.
Luxury Hotels at the Heart of Leicester
Choose the hospitable, refined Belmont Hotel near the University of Leicester, or stay at the exclusive Mercure Leicester The Grand Hotel, just metres from Leicester Town Hall. While you're visiting one of Britain's oldest Roman settlements, you could explore the New Walk Museum, which has a fascinating art gallery and natural history exhibition, then spend some time at the Jewry Wall Museum to learn more about this area's ancient heritage. Leicester is also home to the National Space Centre and a fine medieval Guildhall, as well as the state-of-the-art drama venue, the Curve Theatre.