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Nottingham airports & Subway stations
To be near Nottingham train station, you should think of The Birchover Residences Nottingham in Nottingham City Centre district.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
In Nottingham, several hotels lie within easy reach of the center, including Express Holiday Inn Nottingham City Ctr with rates starting from 161US$ and Park Plaza Nottingham where rates start at 122US$. If you prefer Lace Market district, try Comfort Hotel Nottingham, which is a 4-star hotel situated within walking distance of Jamia Masjid Sultania And Education Centre.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Nottingham
For modern, upscale accommodations in Nottingham, consider De Vere Orchard Hotel, which is conveniently situated near The Nottingham New Theatre and has free self-parking and a rooftop terrace. You might also think of St James Hotel, a boutique hotel with a casino, a picnic area and a golf course. If these hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Travelodge Nottingham Riverside or Travelodge Nottingham Trowell M1 to benefit from reliable service and be close to College Street Centre.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with a family to Nottingham, you may wish to find apartments near Church of God 7th Day Sabbath Keeping Temple, then book Victoria Centre Apartments & Annexe or Cranbrook House Serviced Apartments. The Langdon House is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Nottingham such as Christadelphian Hall. Best Western Plus Nottingham City Centre is a family-friendly hotel with rates from 118US$ and which is situated in Nottingham City Centre district. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near The Chilwell Explosion, 1st July 1918, such as Village Nottingham or The Walton.
City Guide: Discover the best of Nottingham
Nottingham is a destination fabled in legends.
The city was introduced to the public eye with the legend of Robin Hood, defender of the needy at the cost of the rich. Immortalized in folklore, Nottingham thrives on its fortunes of a place for the medieval legend, but is also modern.
You can see how old and new come together in Nottingham. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Nottingham to luxury-appointed one all available at Booked.net. You should check out our hotel offers with maps, photos and secure forms.
Like the fable has it, Nottingham was really long held by the rich, but it resulted in good investment and business to the city. In the 19th century Nottingham earned big money expanding on the lace industry and by the close of the millennium was a powering engine of the region developing on the back of Raleigh bike manufacturing, the Boots pharmacy and cigarettes.
Nowadays Nottingham is far cry from a hotbed for industry, but brims with culture. Along with clubs and restaurants, cricket grounds and forest football club, Nottingham has a word in fashion. It is home to Paul Smith, a fashion luminary.
Away from the glimpses of modernity, Nottingham is a symbol of the most romantic and troubled periods of British history. From the early years the city had troubled days being in the epicenter of events. It often changed names from "The Cavey Dwelling" through "Snotingaham" to modern Nottingham. Even though the city often suffered from Vikings' attacks it managed to evolve into cultural gem centuries later. The famous Nottingham Castle is a reminder of the noble Crusaders, while Old Market Square mirrors 15th century Nottingham.
Other attractions include;
- City of Caves, a second-to-none attraction available from the upper mall of the Broadmarsh Shopping Center
- Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Inn, the oldest pub in Britain
- Newstead Abbey with home of local poet Lord Byron 12miles away
- Sherwood Forest Country Park, the ancient royal hunting forest
- The Galleries of Justice, a showpiece of doing law in years gone by
Nottingham became a trading post in the 15th century and was sustained through commerce till the Industrial Revolution brought textiles to the city. This business earned money till the prices became unable to compete with factories in the Far East and South Asia. The change was necessary and Nottingham decided to profit from its fabulous aura.
The effort paid off with success and today Nottingham is a chic destination to have fun with a comfortable stay at Booked.net.