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Pocket Guide: Nottingham

Often hailed as ‘the jewel of the East Midlands’, you’ll find Nottingham virtually next door to the M1 and well served by rail links. With the East Midlands Airport just 15 miles away the city is easily accessible, whether you’re paying a visit for pleasure or stopping over for a night as part of a busy business schedule. Home to Robin Hood and the birthplace of HP Sauce, Nottingham is practically overflowing with attractions, from sprawling forests and crumbling castles, to upmarket shopping centres and rustic market towns. There’s plenty of accommodation in the area, ranging from boutique B&Bs to luxury four star hotels, allowing you to explore Nottingham at your leisure and retire in comfort at the end of the day.

A Fascinating Past and a Vibrant Future: Hotels in Nottingham

A number of the hotels in Nottingham reflect the city’s past. At one point, Nottingham was a world leader in the lace-making industry. Today, the Lace Market has been transformed into one of the main hubs of the Creative Quarter, its old warehouses and storerooms having been given a new life as restaurants, shops and cafés. The Lace Market Hotel by Compass Hospitality is a converted Georgian townhouse that now offers boutique accommodation set in contemporary surroundings and boasting all the little extras you’d expect from luxury accommodation.

Festivals in the City

Attractions take many forms in Nottingham and there are a number of festivals throughout the year that attract visitors in their droves. The No Tomorrow Festival is aimed squarely at music fans, while the Splendour Festival is perfect for families. The Nottingham Festival of Words celebrates the city’s links to literature, with plenty for fans of the city’s most celebrated wordsmith, DH Lawrence. Those with an interest in cuisine will find the Nottingham Food Festival a tastebud-tantalising experience, while Light Night is popular with virtually everyone, as the city is illuminated in spectacular colours and street artists and entertainers create a real carnival atmosphere.

Nottingham is an exciting and vibrant city to visit, offering amazing attractions, superb dining and excellent shopping. With plenty of hotels in Nottingham, you’re sure to be able to find accommodation that suits both your taste and your budget.