The city of Leeds is home to a number of fine hotels which can suit the needs of even the most demanding guests. We have selected three we think you will enjoy staying at no matter if you are visiting Leeds for business or pleasure.
The Chamber Park Place. According to many travellers and industry experts, The Chamber Park Place is the best place to stay in Leeds. Also voted the best hotel in the city by TripAdvisor, the hotel offers beautifully decorated, stylish and very comfortable apartments featuring all the conveniences for maximum pleasure and comfort. Unique door entry system via fingerprint technology has recently been installed by a local company. It is also conveniently located in the city centre, just a few minute walk from all the top attractions.
Romzzz Aparthotel, Leeds City. This serviced apartment hotel is also very popular with travellers due to its fantastic location as it just a short walk from the train station and all the most popular city attractions as well as central business district. But it is also one of the most popular accommodation providers for its generously spaced, tastefully decorated, well equipped and very comfortable apartments that provide a home away from home.
DoubleTree by Hilton, Leeds City Centre. You can never go wrong with Hilton. The brand has set its standards high and they are strictly adhered to by all hotels in the chain. And Hilton hotel in Leeds is no exception. In addition to luxury accommodation, the hotel also offers luxury location providing quick access to just about everything.
Leeds is the largest city in Yorkshire. It is home to about 750,000 people which makes it the 3rd largest city in the UK. Its history dates back to the 5th century when it is mentioned as a wooded area ‘Loidis’ in the Brythonic Kingdom of Elmet. It began to rose to prominence in the 17th and 18th century when it established itself as a major wool manufacturing and trading centre, and especially during the Industrial Revolution when it emerged as both commercial and cultural centre of West Yorkshire. Today, the city is the 4th largest economy (urban) in the UK.
Things to See and Do in Leeds
There are plenty of things to see and do in Leeds. All year round! There are many fine restaurants, unique shopping opportunities, entertainment around the clock and a wealth of attractions ranging from art galleries and theatres to sports and family attractions. In addition, there are also various special events and festivals such as the Leeds Carnival, Leeds Festival, Light Night Leeds, Leeds International Film Festival, Heritage Open Days and Garforth Arts Festival, to mention only a few.