A rejuvenated city once more the pride of the north, Hull has overcome its staid, industrial image and was recently named the UK City of Culture until 2020. With a thriving food and bar scene, a hat-trick of theatres and top-class sports teams, as well as an award-winning aquarium, the colossal Humber Bridge and a busy and buzzing waterfront all located a short walk from our three Hull hotels, this Yorkshire city has rightly become one of the most talked-about places in the UK. Book your trip now to find out why!
Things to do in Hull
Opened in 2007, St. Stephens is a 40-acre retail site that cost £200 million to build and is home to dozens of stores, outlets, cafés, bars, fitness club, restaurants and a cinema. Located near the Paragon Interchange, a short walk from the River Hull, you’ll find high street classics like H&M, Zara and Topshop, as well as Nando’s, Wok & Go and Subway.
Not far away is Princes Quay. Built in 1991, the shopping centre boasts over 50 stores and cafés, as well as a cinema complex and tenpin bowling.
An international airport just 15 miles from Hull, Humberside Airport is serviced by KLM, Flybe and TUI Airways with regular flights across the UK and Europe. The Humber Flyer bus service runs Monday to Saturday from Hull to the airport, with Barnetby the nearest train station just three miles away. Check out our hotels near Humberside Airport to minimise your travel time.
Hull Train Station is in the Hull Paragon Interchange, an integrated bus, train and shopping hub in the heart of the city. The seven platform train station has regular services to Manchester, Leeds and London, while the bus terminal connects Hull with more than 20 cities including Birmingham, London and Glasgow.