There are some beautiful hotels on Sheffield’s outskirts, with the occasional gem in the city centre. Here’s our guide to knowing where to stay.
Leopold Hotel, 2 Leopold Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2GZ - Visit now
One of the more luxurious city centre hotels, Sheffield’s Leopold Hotel was converted from a Grade II listed Grammar School, retains a number of the original features and is the city’s only four star boutique hotel.
Aston Hall Hotel, Worksop Road, Aston, South Yorkshire, S26 2EE - Visit now
Another historic hotel, here – Aston Hall Hotel was built in 1772 and has been carefully restored to maintain many of the original features. It sits around 20 minutes from the city centre, on the hem of the Peak District, in 55 acres of garden and meadowland. Book one of the 52 bedrooms and suites, enjoy a meal in the Bamford Restaurant or relax in the Volante Bar and Lounge – Aston Hall Hotel has it all.
Hilton Sheffield Hotel, Victoria Quay, Furnival Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S4 7YB - Visit now
Very much in the usual Hilton model, the Hilton Sheffield Hotel has a 20 metre indoor heated pool, fitness centre, spa treatment rooms and 32-inch TVs in the rooms. This one is all about location, location, location – next to Victoria Quays, the hotel is only a ten minute walk from the city centre.
Halifax Hall Hotel, Endcliffe Vale Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 3ER - Visit now
About 10 minutes from the city centre, and close to Ecclesall Road (good for pubs, indie shops and cafés), the Halifax Hall Hotel is boutique hotel in a converted period mansion. Sheffield’s beautiful Botanical Gardens are also close by.
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