Business Hotels in Leeds

Ian Jones, Food and Drink Editor

Looking for decent business hotels in Leeds? Well then, this one’s for all you successful businessmen and women. You know what you want – a nice hotel – but you don’t know how to get it – fear not, let us take over. Here are the best hotels in Leeds for all you movers and shakers in the business world.

Our top picks

Marriott Hotel

Marriott Hotel, 4 Trevelyan Square, Boar Ln, Leeds, LS1 6ET - Visit now

A short walk from the city centre train station, the Marriott Hotel is unassuming but effective. The rooms have everything you need, with no costly bells and whistles, but with good-sized rooms in a useful city centre location.

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Headingley Lodge

Headingley Lodge, Headingley Carnegie Stadium St Michael's Lane, Leeds, LS6 3BR - Visit now

Why not bring a touch of cricket to your stay? The 36 rooms at Headingley Lodge all offer fantastic views of the world famous Headingley cricket stadium.

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Image courtesy of Headingley Lodge Hotel, Leeds.

Novotel

Novotel, 4 Whitehall Quay, Leeds, LS1 4HR - Visit now

The Novotel hotel in Leeds is an efficient modern option, based near the train station and various restaurants, with clean, smart rooms. Our tip? Try the breakfast, you won’t regret it.

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The Principal Met Hotel

The Principal Met Hotel, King St, Leeds, LS1 2HQ - Visit now

Businessfolk of a certain vintage may recall the ITV show The Darling Buds Of May, which featured national treasure David Jason and the now world-famous Catherine Zeta Jones. Well, you can follow in their footsteps and stop at the Principal Met Hotel, a listed building from 1898, which featured in the show back in 1991. Lovely jubbly.

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Hilton Doubletree

Hilton Doubletree, Granary Wharf, 2 Wharf Approach, Leeds, LS1 4BR - Visit now

It might be part of a chain, but the Hilton boys and girls know what they’re doing. This is a modern hotel with great views over the city, complete with rooftop bar – the perfect place to relax after a hard day deal-making.

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Where to go in Leeds

Novotel Leeds Centre
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Novotel

Hotel Novotel is a clean, featureful, short-stay hotel with a locally famed breakfast. It features an indoor pool, brasserie, gym, and sauna.

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Marriott Hotel

Marriott Hotel is a contemporary hotel in the city centre of Leeds. It boasts the largest indoor swimming pool in Leeds, a well-equipped fitness centre, and a sauna.

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Weetwood Hall Estate

Weetwood Hall Estate is 17th century manor house that has been repurposed into a modern luxury hotel.

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42 The Calls

42 The Calls is a modernised boutique hotel that sits beside the River Aire, minutes walk from the Royal Armouries Museum.

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Queens Hotel

Queens is a massive, art-deco styled, luxury hotel for those who want something a little different.

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Quebecs Hotel

Quebecs Hotel is a stately, 19th century hotel in walking distance of the Leeds’ Grand Theatre and Opera House.

Dakota Deluxe Leeds
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Dakota Leeds

Dakota Deluxe is arguably Leeds’ most luxurious hotel, featuring rainfall showers, lush suites and rustic drawing rooms.

Clayton Hotel Leeds
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Clayton Hotel

Modern and family-friendly hotel in the centre of Leeds, complete with classy restaurant and in-house fitness rooms.

Park Plaza Leeds
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Park Plaza

The highest hotel in Leeds, boasting every convenience you could possibly want, and probably a few more.

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The Chambers

A chic, modern boutique hotel in the heart of Leeds, offering every amenity in stylish surroundings.

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Hilton Doubletree

Hilton Doubletree is a upscale chain hotel with great, floor-to-ceiling views over the Leeds skyline.

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The Principal Met Hotel

The Principal Met Hotel is an elegant hotel perfect for visiting businessmen and women who enjoy the finer things in life.

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