Located within a 10-minute walk from Leeds city centre, this 3-star hotel offers contemporary design, spacious rooms, and modern facilities. It caters to both business and leisure travellers, providing an excellent base to explore local attractions in Leeds and West Yorkshire.
The hotel’s prime location allows easy access to popular attractions in Leeds city centre, such as the Victorian Quarter, Leeds City Art Gallery, and Leeds City Museum. It’s also well-situated for exploring nearby attractions in Bradford and Halifax, as well as West Yorkshire’s Harewood House, Saltaire Village World Heritage Site, and Fairburn Ings RSPB Reserve.
Local Transport Links
Leeds train station is approximately a 15-minute walk away, offering services to London Kings Cross and regional destinations such as Manchester, Liverpool, Harrogate, and York. Additionally, the hotel is close to major roads, including the A653, M1, and M62, providing excellent road connections.
The hotel features a total of 334 en-suite guest bedrooms, offering comfortable 3-star accommodation. Guests can choose from double, triple, and family rooms, with options for standard and executive rooms. Disabled access rooms are also available.
Guests can enjoy amenities such as television, telephone, alarm/wake-up call, hairdryer, ironing facilities, seating area, safety deposit box, desk, and tea/coffee making facilities. Room service is available, and all areas of the hotel are non-smoking.
Wi-Fi and Parking
Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access is provided, along with on-site car parking facilities for hotel guests at an approximate cost of £8 per day.
Leisure and Business Facilities
The hotel features a complimentary gymnasium for guests, equipped with rowing machines, exercise bikes, treadmills, and weights. Additionally, the hotel offers facilities for business meetings, conferences, and events in its well-appointed conference rooms and suites, with a capacity of up to 60 delegates.
A buffet breakfast is served daily, with a selection of breads, cereals, yogurts, fruits, juices, hot and cold drinks, eggs, sausages, and beans.
The Brasserie Restaurant
The on-site Brasserie Restaurant offers a range of starters, mains, and desserts, including international cuisine and vegetarian options. Diners can choose from an à la carte menu or a fixed-price menu, accompanied by a carefully selected wine list.
The Lounge Bar
The Lounge Bar serves a variety of drinks and light bites, as well as showing live sports events, making it an ideal spot for catching up with friends, family, and colleagues.
Leeds City Centre
Leeds offers a wide array of shopping opportunities, such as the Victorian Quarter and the canal waterfront. The city also boasts a range of museums and galleries, including Armley Mill and Leeds City Museum.
West Yorkshire Attractions
Within West Yorkshire, visitors can explore Harewood House, the West Yorkshire Playhouse, and Fairburn Ings RSPB Reserve. The region also features Saltaire Village, a well-preserved Victorian industrial village and World Heritage Site.
Leeds is just 10 miles away from Bradford, which offers attractions such as the National Media Museum, Cartwright Hall & Mughal Garden, and Salt’s Mill. Halifax, known for its prosperous wool industry, features the Eureka! Museum for Children and the Italianate colonnaded 18th-century Piece Hall.