Hotels in Leeds

Creative Tourist

As a financial centre, Leeds is used to providing accommodation fit for business but with an ever-increasing amount of tourists looking for hotels in Leeds, new types of accommodation have emerged. Sleek, modern luxury can be found in the form of Dakota Delux but for the more traditional taste The Queens Hotel, found in the heart of the city centre, is an integral part of the city’s landscape. For the younger traveller or those more artistically inclined East Street Art’s Art Hostel offers a cheaper room within a hub of creativity. One of the many benefits of Leeds is that you are never too far away from green space; only a short drive out of the city centre there are several luxury and modest hotels to be found in idyllic rural settings. Meaning that you can easily access the heart of Leeds whilst staying within the picturesque Yorkshire countryside.

Visitor guides

Forest Side Hotel

Staycation ideas for local holidays in the North

Looking for a staycation holiday in the North of the the UK? There are countless excellent destinations and hotels to choose from. Here are our recommended choices.

Park Plaza Leeds

Family Hotels in Leeds

Ah, kids. Can’t live with them, can’t get rid of them without getting into serious trouble with the law. Ease the pain by taking them on holiday in Leeds, and stay at one of our carefully-chosen family-friendly hotels

Art Hostel, Leeds

Boutique Hotels in Leeds

Small and perfectly formed, that’s the nature of the boutique hotel. Leeds has a whole host to choose from but don’t worry, we’ve picked out the very best, just for you.

Marriot Leeds

Business Hotels in Leeds

Blam, maximum business, that’s what you’re about and no two-bit hotel will stand in the way of you and your next deal. Here are the best business hotels in Leeds, geared towards high-quality rooms at a bargain price – each boasting more than a few meeting room tables for you to bang your fist on

Luxury Hotels in Leeds

Got a few quid and not afraid to spend it? Live the life you deserve at one of Leeds’s best luxury hotels – here’s our expert guide to the best.

Culture Guides

Titane

Cinema in Manchester and the North

Black History Month, spooky screenings and the return of film festivals all feature in this month’s cinema guide.

Exhibitions in Manchester and the North

Exhibitions

Fear not as we head into the darkness of winter; a brand-new arrival to Manchester’s festival scene is filling the city with light.

Halloween Ghost Train

Families

From science-filled fun to spooky halloween adventures, we round-up the best family events taking place in Manchester and the North in the next few weeks.

Brandon Taylor

Literature

Events for readers meet events for writers, with plenty of book launches, open mics, literature festivals, writing conferences and poetry showcases to pop into your diary for the rest of October and onwards into November, both online and in person.

Baxter Dury

Music

We’re now well into gig season and it’s proving to be a special one, with artists and audiences giving it their all. From atmospheric electronica to taut post-punk, there’s a whole lot to dig into in our new music guide.

Theatre in Manchester

Theatre

Black History Month, contemporary theatre commissions and captivating dance shows feature in this month’s eclectic theatre guide.

Classical Music in Manchester and the North

We preview the standout classical music events and venues in Manchester and the north.

Edinburgh Castle

Food and Drink in Manchester and the North

A guide to Food and Drink in Manchester and the North, including plenty of new bars and restaurants and exciting new menus from old favourites.

Tours and Activities

Resist the urge to hibernate this autumn; our latest selection of tours and activities will have you out and about, making the most of what’s on offer in Manchester and the North.

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