Recommended hotels in Hull
From$101Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
The hotel is set on its own landscaped grounds and is ideally located between Hull and Beverly. It is the perfect starting point for exploring the East Yorkshire coast and countryside. It is located in Willerby, 4 miles outside the city centre, just off the A164. Access to public transport is roughly half a mile from the hotel.The original building, an Edwardian country house, has been transformed into a modern, warm and comfortable 99-room hotel with up-to-date facilities. The contemporary Arts Bar with its vibrant surroundings and atmosphere is the perfect setting for a relaxing drink, whilst the Arts Restaurant has a fine reputation for delicious food. Guests are welcomed into a lobby with 24-hour reception, hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, cloakroom and lift access. Guests may take advantage of the on-site hairdressing salon, and the conference facilities and Internet access are sure to be of use to business guests. Room and laundry services and a car park are additionally provided.The rooms are en suite and equipped with hairdryer, direct dial telephone, radio, Internet access and central heating.The Sebastian Coe Health Club has a large indoor swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room, gym and 'Lifestyle' hair and beauty spa. Fans of the fairway may head to the golf course half a mile away.The Arts Restaurant serves delicious cuisine.By Car: The M180 westbound - Leave the M180 at junction 5 and take the A15 towards Hull. Cross the Humber Bridge and pass through the toll. At the first roundabout, go straight over. Continue for approximately 2 km and then go straight over the second roundabout. Continue straight for about the next 3 km. After the sign for Willerby Shopping Park, you will come to a third roundabout. Take the right exit. At the fourth roundabout, take the first left (past McDonald's) into Grange Park Lane. The hotel can be found at the end of the lane.See more
From$96Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 2 Opinions
The hotel is ideally located in the city centre, adjacent to the railway station and within easy reach of the M62 motorway. It is situated next door to the new St. Stephens shopping complex which also includes a 7-screen cinema. Hull is a destination with a difference and a wonderful base from which to explore East Yorkshire. It offers 8 free museums, The Deep, Hull Truck Theatre and over 180 places to eat and drink, all waiting to be discovered.This modern and traditional hotel comprises 3 floors and has a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service, bar and restaurant. Further amenities include conference facilities, free wireless Internet access, room service, a laundry service and a car park. There are 155 guest rooms in total.The en suite rooms are equipped with a shower/bathtub, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, a TV, direct dial telephone and central heating.Breakfast is served as a buffet and guests may select their dinner from an à la carte menu.From the M62: after J38 the motorway splits. Follow the A63 dual carriageway to Hull and follow signs for the city centre. At the set of traffic lights, bear left where signs to the railway station can be seen. Pass through 2 further sets of traffic lights and the hotel will appear on the left. The hotel entrance is the second on the left.See more
Enjoying an enviable location, on the outskirts of Hull (8km) with panoramic views over the Humber Estuary; this contemporary hotel is a perfect choice for business or leisure. Winner of the Visit Hull & East Yorkshire's Remarkable Accommodation award 2013 and a 2013 Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence, the hotel boasts 95 stylish bedrooms, Brasserie, relaxing lounge areas, meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi, complimentary car parking and Sky Sports. The hotel is conveniently situated for visitors to the KC stadium, home of both Hull City Football Team and Hull FC Rugby Team.Hallmark Hotel Hull is pleased to offer brand new Beauty & Fitness facilities. Enjoy an invigorating workout in the gym, unwind in the sauna or be pampered by experienced therapists in the luxurious therapy rooms and relaxation suite.See more
This hotel is located in the heart of Hull's city centre, just 200 metres away from Hull train and bus stations and from the newly built St. Stephen's shopping centre. Attractions such as The Deep and East Park are about 1 and 2.5 km away respectively, whilst Humberside Airport is some 33 km from the hotel.This city hotel comprises a total of 48 en suite guest rooms. Facilities include a reception hall, hotel safe, a TV lounge and, for a fee, wireless Internet access. There are also conference facilities, as well as an on-site bar and restaurant. Guests arriving by car can leave their vehicles in the free car park on-site, with secure CCTV camera surveillance.The hotel offers full en suite bedrooms with separate bathrooms. In-room amenities include a hairdryer, direct dial telephone, satellite TV, a radio, Internet access and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room also features an in-room safe, a balcony, a king-size bed and central heating.Guests can choose from a cooked breakfast or a continental buffet. Meanwhile, the bar serves snacks, and lunch and dinner are available in the hotel's restaurant.From the M62: follow the A63 in the direction of Hull. Pass the flyover on Clive Sullivan Way, then at the roundabout turn left at the traffic lights onto Ferensway. Follow Ferensway past the train station and the new St. Stephen's shopping centre. The hotel is at the 3rd set of traffic lights at the crossroads of Beverley Road and Freetown Way. The hotel's entrance is accessible via Norfolk Street.See more
Information about Hull
Hull is a British city, set on the banks of the River Humber.
It is an interesting place that has retained a calm and relaxed atmosphere but nonetheless has many cultural activities, businesses, shops and a great deal of nightlife.
Among its main attractions is the old trawler, the Arctic Corsair, which was built nearby at Beverley in 1965 and it was the last fishing boat of its kind to operate out of Hull. The boat is now open to the public as a museum and a tour of the trawler will take you into the city's seagoing past.
For culture lovers, Hull has an excellent gallery space called ArtLink Exchange. Located in the heart of the city, it shows an interesting variety of collections throughout the year. The Hull & East Riding Museum has some of the most fascinating natural history and archaeological displays in Great Britain. One interesting exhibit is a collection of dinosaur bones, the only ones known in East Yorkshire. There are also a number of treasures from the Middle Ages.
Hull is a city where there is something for everyone. Why not pay it a visit?
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