Very friendly reception and bar staff x room was ok although the water was abit slow on shower and sink
Friendly, helpful staff. The room was spacious and clean and the hotel was very central for Nottingham. Ideal. We would come back.
Really lovely bar and seating area and great location
Great service - very friendly and helpful. Liked the room and enjoyed a free upgrade - thank you!
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Very central, lots of places to eat within easy walking distance. Car park across the road, discounted when you get your ticket validated at the hotel. Breakfast very good, all food topped up regularly.
Good location, and facilities in the room. Excellent buffet breakfast. Wouldnt want to stay for more than one or two nights as the room and bed were rather small.
Only stayed one night but was impressed by the dining room and the excellent breakfast.
The kettle in my room was in an awkward place. The lifts were confusing and there was no plug socket by the bed.
Taking in a show, music concert or a comedy gig with your family or loved one can be a real highlight of your trip to Nottingham. The Nottingham Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall is one of the United Kingdom’s best live entertainment venues, attracting over 500,000 people each year. There’s plenty of accommodation close by, ranging from boutique B&Bs and characterful inns to sleek, chic contemporary hotels. With many hotels and B&Bs near to the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, there’s no need to worry about taxis or public transport.
While you might consider a trip to the theatre to be an evenings-only event, there’s often plenty going on during the day. Family-friendly shows often have matinee performances, so you can take the little ones and introduce them to the wonderful world of live entertainment. In addition, the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall often stages workshops during daylight hours, so if there are any budding thespians in your party, they can brush up their Shakespeare and learn how to ‘find their light’.
B&Bs are a great way of keeping the costs down, but without any compromise on quality. B&Bs near the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, such as The Hollies and The Lion, offer excellent value for money and a level of accommodation that rivals many of the hotels in the area. Without restrictions, such as set meal times, B&Bs can act as the deal base from which to get out and about and explore Nottingham’s buzzing arts scene.
The Concert Hall has its own restaurant with the facility to enjoy a main course before the show starts and return at the interval, to finish a dessert. However, the restaurant is often busy and visitors might find that they prefer to eat in their hotel. Many hotels, such as the Kelham House Hotel, have their own restaurant, allowing you to enjoy a pre-show meal or come back afterwards and enjoy a leisurely drink in the bar.
Hosting some of the biggest names in show business, the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall is a superb attraction, that can leave you with lasting memories. With plenty of good, comfortable accommodation nearby, your night out will be as convenient as it is entertaining.
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