Hotels in Nottingham

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Welcome to Nottingham

Nottingham - land of legend and lace. This thriving city has a fair few stories to tell, and our Nottingham hotels are a great place to start if you’re intrigued to find out more. Follow in the footsteps of Robin Hood, see what’s been happening underneath the streets for the last few centuries, party in one of Nottingham’s many clubs, bars and live venues or treat yourself to something nice from the original Paul Smith shop. And if it’s all work, no play (Nottingham is home to the HQs of Boots, Siemens, E.ON and Capital One to name a few), our Nottingham business hotels are never far away. 

Nottingham hotels
  • Nottingham Castle Marina

    Castle Marina Park Castle Bridge Road Nottingham NG7 1GX
    (0.6 miles) Based on 229 traveller reviews
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  • Nottingham Arena (London Road)

    Island Site London Road Nottingham NG2 4UU
    (1.4 miles) Based on 655 traveller reviews
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  • Nottingham City Centre (Goldsmith Street)

    Goldsmith Street Nottingham NG1 5LT
    (0.7 miles) Based on 909 traveller reviews
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  • Nottingham North (Daybrook)

    101 Mansfield Road Daybrook Nottingham NG5 6BH
    (3.4 miles) Based on 316 traveller reviews
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  • Nottingham North West (Hucknall)

    Nottingham Road Hucknall Nottingham NG15 7PY
    (5.1 miles) Based on 179 traveller reviews
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  • Nottingham South

    Loughborough Road Ruddington Nottingham NG11 6LS
    (3.3 miles) Based on 272 traveller reviews
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  • Nottingham West

    The Phoenix Centre Millennium Way West Nottingham NG8 6AS
    (2.9 miles) Based on 411 traveller reviews
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  • Nottingham City Centre (Chapel Bar)

    7 Chapel Quarter Chapel Bar Nottingham NG1 6JS
    (0.6 miles) Based on 39 traveller reviews
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Things to do in Nottingham

Lace Market

Once the epicentre of the British lace trade, Lace Market is now a protected heritage area. Trendy bars, restaurants, shops and businesses inhabit gorgeous warehouse buildings. This is where Nottingham’s good stuff happens. 

Galleries of Justice Museum

Nottingham’s most horrible histories await you at the Galleries of Justice Museum. What used to be Nottingham’s court and prison is now a gruesome extravaganza of all things crime and punishment. 

Nottingham Contemporary

Nottingham Contemporary proves there’s more to Notts than Robin Hood, Boots and HP Sauce. Built on the site of an Anglo-Saxon fort, the building is a masterpiece of modern architecture and the gallery is highly regarded. 

National Ice Centre

Don your skates and prepare to do a Torvill and Dean in an Olympic-sized ice rink. Or else leave it to the professionals and watch figure-skating, ice hockey and ice dance. Lessons available for kids and adults.

Wollaton Hall

Robin Hood isn’t the only unorthodox hero with links to Nottingham. Wollaton Hall starred in the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises as Wayne Manor. Within this grandiose Elizabethan manor, you’ll find the Natural History Museum and lots of Tudor attractions. Outside, there are 500 acres of gorgeous gardens and parkland to be discovered. Watch out for the deer.  

Nottingham Playhouse

A local landmark in and of itself thanks to Anish Kapoor’s Sky Mirror, Nottingham Playhouse is known for putting on bold theatre productions - many of which tour nationally and internationally. Theatre buffs shouldn’t miss out on this one. 

Weekend breaks in Nottingham

Being close to a wealth of outdoor attractions is one of Nottingham’s strengths. If you’re on a weekend break, then go to the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, Newark Castle and Gardens and Vicar Water Country Park. More intrepid travellers will have a great time pursuing the Robin Hood Trail. 

Discover Nottingham


Seasoned actors bring the history of Nottingham’s streets to life on the highly entertaining and award-winning Ezekial Bones tours. 


Who’d have thought there was a subterranean wonderland of sandstone tunnels in Nottingham? Visit the City of Caves to see for yourself. 

On water

Experience Notts from the luxury of the Nottingham Princess. Relaxing day or evening cruises along the river Trent are available.