Kingston upon Hull
The UK City of Culture for 2017, Kingston upon Hull, commonly referred to simply as Hull is very popular with both domestic and foreign travellers. And many of them like to stay in the city for at least a few days to explore and experience its main attractions. The majority of Hull visitors are looking only for a clean room with a comfortable bed but there are also those who are a little bit more demanding. TomahawkHotels has therefore made a selection of Hull hotels for both budget travellers and luxury lovers alike.
Kingston Theatre Hotel. It is a charming 19th century hotel with a unique character and fantastic location as it is situated in the very centre of old town, just a few steps from the Kingston Square Gardens and the New Theatre. The hotel has 28 rooms, all of which have been furnished in a way to provide a perfect blend of history and modern comforts such as flat screen TV, Wi-Fi and a wealth of other small things that play a major role in comfort and convenience.
Premier Inn - Hull City Centre, West and North. All are a part of the same name London-headquartered chain of budget hotels and all offer comfort, convenience and excellent service for low cost. You can choose between three locations - the very city centre, west and north Hull.
Holiday Inn Hull Marina. This hotel has fantastic ratings on all the most popular travel websites such as the TripAdvisor and there is a good reason why it is recommended by so many travellers. Two, to be more precise. First, it has an outstanding location; like its name suggests, the hotel is located on waterside of the Hull Marina and is just a short walk from the city centre and its main attractions. And secondly, it offers 100 beautifully decorated and comfortable bedrooms, and excellent service.
About Kingston upon Hull
Hull is located at the junction of River Hull and Humber estuary, 25 miles from the North Sea. It was founded as a port by the monks of Meaux Abbey in the 12th century. The city and its residents suffered heavily during the Second World War, especially during the so-called Hull Blitz in May 1941. Like many other English cities, Hull also experienced a decline during the de-industrialisation process but it is now a thriving city with a highly diverse economy.
Things to See and Do in Hull
Some of the most popular visitor attractions include the historic Old Town, The Deep, Museum Quarter, St. Stephen’s Hull, Hull Marina, New Theatre and East Park, to mention only a few.