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The City of Leeds has been ranked as a Gamma World City by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network and is considered to be the commercial, financial and cultural heart of the West Yorkshire Urban Area. Due to such varied characteristics of the city, it is frequented by travellers on leisure as well as business trips. Whatever be the purpose of your trip, the 5 hotels in Leeds mentioned below will be able to give you the type of accommodation that you require.
Thorpe Park Hotel and Spa
This hotel may not have so inviting exteriors but the insides are filled with stylish and understated opulence. The beds are huge and alluring with their white cotton sheets and a warm and cosy duvet. There are almost half a dozen lighting options in the room; all accessible from the bed. The bathrooms have a gleaming white and chrome interior with separate walk in power showers. Restaurant is retro chic inside and has an al fresco terrace for those occasional warm evenings. The bar has an appealling wine cellar, a glass covered atrium and an indoor terrace which overlooks the swimming pool. The spa has a sauna, steamroom with mesmerising lights and monsoon shower. It also houses a gym and offers beauty and relaxation treatments.
42 The Calls, Leeds City Centre
The building of this hotel was an old corn mill in the cobbled streets in the Waterfront area of Leeds. The street is called "The Calls" and hence the name of the hotel. The dilapidated building was converted into a designer hotel in the 1990s by Jonathan Wix. The hotel has 41 bedrooms with loads of class and style. Each room is equipped with a CD deck with headphones, satellite television, black and white tiled lavish bathroom, a revolving cupboard that houses morning coffee and newspapers and an umbrella which is a pretty useful item in Yorkshire. Each room overlooking the river has a fishing rod for those who wish to try their luck in the river. The hotel is really comfortable with large and springy beds, buffet breakfast and air conditioned public rooms. The property is more of an elegant town house than a posh hotel
This hotel impresses at first sight with its relaxed and trendy appearance. This is a warehouse converted into a hotel. The rooms are tasteful, modern and large with amenities such as a CD player, minibar and a television. The beds are wide with cotton covered duvets. The bathrooms are well accessorised, large, lighted and have luxury toiletries. The restaurant at the hotel gives a twist to the French cuisine with its tarte tatin of feta cheese and chicken liver parfait with fig jam. The service and food makes the restaurant well worth a visit. It houses a dark cool bar for guests to refresh themselves over a drink in the evenings.
This is probably the finest hotel to be found anywhere in the city of Leeds and is more characteristically Leeds than any other hotel. The hotel is housed in the grand terracotta palace of the old Leeds and County Liberal Club. It is located near the station and the grand facade of the building is encrusted richly with lion head mouldings, plants and wreaths. The interiors are no less. The iron gates that you enter through are flanked by Corinthian columns and as you proceed, you come across a grand oak staircase leading to a gallery lit by tall stained glass windows. The hotel houses 45 en-suite rooms which include the Chorley & Connon suite which is a two tiered suite joined by a spiral staircase and The Robinson suite that has a bedroom open to the roof with a number of oval windows.
Roomzzz Leeds City Centre Hotel
This is a new breed of flexible and affordable boutique styled hotels that are fast emerging in British cities. People on business trips who desire a more flexible accommodation than a hotel can give this property a try. This is located in the centre of Leeds, only a short walk from the train station as well as the shopping district. There is no room service but you can get free coffee and pastries along with basic items of daily needs for sale in the lobby. You have an entire two room apartment to yourself which gives a greater feeling of privacy when you shut yourself in your mini-house. The hotel also has a specially adapted "Grande Studio" for disabled guests.
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