Got money to burn and want nothing less than the very best? You’ll be looking for luxury hotels in Leeds then. Here are our top picks, from strikingly modern buildings, to classic lodgings, built centuries ago.
Here’s our top Luxury Hotels in Leeds.
Here are our picks
Dakota Deluxe, 8 Russell St, Leeds, LS1 5RN - Visit now
One of the most highly regarded hotels in Leeds, Dakota Deluxe is one of the city’s plushest venues, packed with neat little touches like framed documents and rainfall showers. Plus, no less than Arnold Schwarzenegger stayed here last year. Rumour has it he’ll be back…
Queens Hotel, City Square, Leeds, LS1 1PJ - Visit now
It doesn’t get much more opulent than the Queens Hotel. This four star city centre hotel looks out over City Square and has stunning Art Deco-influenced bedrooms, with every modern mod-con you could ask for – all wrapped up inside its 1930s-style setting.
42 The Calls, 42 The Calls, Leeds, LS2 7EY - Visit now
Nope, not a reference to the meaning of life, the universe and everything, rather the number of the building, 42 The Calls was once an 18th century riverside corn mill, now converted into a beautiful boutique hotel. Expect beamed celings, handmade beds and an extensive collection of original paintings and drawings.
Weetwood Hall Estate, Otley Rd, Leeds, LS16 5PS - Visit now
Want to know what it feels like to be a wealthy landowner? Head a few miles out of town towards the Wentwood Hall Estate. This 17th century manor house combines every modern convenience you could possibly desire, with a classic old-world touches such as four-poster beds, a cobbled courtyard and an elegant conservatory.
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