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The Mercure is a Super nice old hotel. Our room was extremely quiet and comfortable. The traditional English breakfast was also very good.
we could nat have asked for more,the room was very comfortable, great bed and shower.the hotel is within the university grounds giving lovely walks.
Easy walking distance of places of interest and good eating places but car parking very expensive and cramped.Disappointed with Nottingham seemed like a planner gone mad.Been there,seen it not on my list of places to visit again.
With the Bus Stop 100 yards down the road getting to the city centre could not be easier. Nice enough hotel which I would stay at again and recommend to other people.
Lovely, friendly staff with excellent large rooms with great facilities. I particularly liked the bathrooms, with great showers
We arrived late on Friday night and the hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. The bed was extremely comfortable, we really didn't want to get up in the morning! The room was very clean and spacious. We only stopped there one night but would definitely stay again.
Nottingham is a marvellous blend of old and new. Visit Nottingham and you’ll come across architecture both ancient and modern. Nottingham Castle was the first Norman castle built in England over one thousand years ago, while Newstead Abbey was the ancestral home of Lord Byron. The Nottingham Contemporary is an art gallery and exhibition space built into the side of a sandstone cliff in 2009, while the visual arts space the New Art Exchange was built in 2008. Whatever your reason for visiting Nottingham and staying in a hotel with WiFi, you’ll find a city that delights and inspires you.
If you enjoy art and culture, the Crocus Gallery is a not for profit artist run exhibition space and shows contemporary art including painting, drawing and sculpture. The Focus Gallery has been a favourite destination of Nottingham customers for years since opening in 1971 and sells and displays jewellery and textiles, photography and paintings to ceramics and glass. Elsewhere, Lakeside Arts Centre is the University of Nottingham’s public arts centre that always has a diverse programme of events including visual art, music and family events. It’s also a city of surprises, with quirky shops and lots of cafés amidst splashes of 19th century grandeur. The Lace Market is an important heritage area and houses the Adams Building, the largest and finest surviving example of a Victorian lace warehouse in England. Wollaton Hall is an Elizabethan country house on a hill three miles west of Nottingham, set in 500 acres of parkland and gardens. The hall now houses Nottingham’s Natural History Museum, Industrial Museum and Yard Gallery. You can connect to the internet at your hotel with WiFi and plan your day in Nottingham, so you don't miss a thing.
A stay in a Nottingham hotel with WiFi lets you stay somewhere and relax in style before heading out to uncover all the hidden secrets that Nottingham has in store. Stay in a great hotel with WiFi in Nottingham and discover Nottingham both past and present. Rooms are clean and comfortable, and thanks to recent fibre roll-outs, the speed of WiFi connections is very fast, making it easy to get online in Nottingham.