Full descriptions of all these hotels in Leicester are available on the hotel homepages. Leicester sits on the edge of the English National Forest. This busy, progressive city is convenient for the M1 motorway. The city has popular attractions that include the National Space Centre and Tywcross Zoo. Find a Leicester hotel or guest house suitable for trips to Leicester's Belvoir Castle and away games against the Foxes at King Power Stadium.
Premier Inn (Central) A50
Heathley Park Leicester Leicestershire LE3 9QH
Although its selling point is ostensibly its proximity to the busy Meridian Business Park and M1, the Premier Inn Leicester Central is a natural enough choice for guests looking for value for money hotel accommodation. Situated on the A50 and just 2 miles from Leicester City Centre the hotel offers 76 good-sized en-suite bedrooms with many of the modern creature comforts we have come to expect of the chain plus some pleasant surprises, not least of which are the crisp white sheets, immaculate ba ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Premier Inn (Central) A50||1.5||Leicester||76||65.58|
|Holiday Inn Express Walkers Stadium||1.1||Leicester||110||24.00|
|Marriott Hotel Leicester||3.4||Leicester||227||64.00|
|Leicester Stage Hotel||3.6||Leicester||79||64.00|
|Castle Hotel By Good Night Inns||3.7||Leicester||18||40.00|
|Blaby Westfield Hotel||4.5||Leicester||48||43.00|
|Mercure The Grand Leicester||0.6||Leicester||104||54.00|
|Premier Inn (North West)||2.5||Leicester||44||46.00|
|Sky Plaza Hotel||0.4||Leicester||N/A||55.00|
|Premier Inn (Fosse Park)||2||Leicester||170||39.00|
|Days Inn (Forest East - M1) Leicester||3.1||Leicester||93||27.00|
|Premier Travel Inn (Braunstone)||2.8||Leicester||51||45.00|
|Premier Inn (Forest East)||3||Leicester||40||42.00|
|Comfort Nights Hotel||1.2||Leicester||22||40.00|
|Old Wisteria Hotel||17.5||Leicester||25||65.00|
|Hermitage Park Hotel||11.3||Coalville||25||45.00|
|Hinckley Island Hotel||12.6||Hinckley||362||44.00|
|Normanton Park Hotel||21.8||Leicester||30||72.25|
|Rothley Court Hotel||4.7||Leicester||30||40.00|
|Abinger Guest House||1.5||Leicester||8||48.00|
|Aylestone Park Hotel||3||Leicester||7||65.00|
Leicester is alleged to have been built by the mythical king of the Britons, King Leir. The National Space Centre is a great all weather family attraction just two miles from the City Centre close to the M1 and M69 Motorways and home to the UKs largest planetarium. Call into the Tourist Centre or phone +44 (0)1793 530328 for more info on events. Flights to and from the city are served by the East Midlands Nottingham airport. The Midland Mainline runs frequent train services to and from London St Pancreas from Leicesters London Road Station.
Several hotels in Leicester City Centre provide excellent value for money with the Stoneycroft Hotel and the Comfort Nights being amongst the most central. The Premier Inn (Forest East) is worth a look if you have kinds in tow as there are plenty of parks and woodlands. This hotel proves immensely popular with folks arriving from the North and the South of the country to visit the National Space Centre with its moon rock, 42 metre rocket and hands-on NASA Control Centre and attractions like Twycross Zoo an ape and monkey sanctuary.
The Mercure Eastgate Hotel has bags of character. It is a 4 star hotel that was at one time a a 17th Century coaching inn. Gourmet perks include a AA Rosette awarded The High Table Brasserie and Bar. The property is well located for exploring the historic colleges as well as indulging in the year-round entertainment,open air theatre, and punting on the River Thames. This hotel in Leicester is easily accessible via M40, pay parking is available.
If it is just an overnighter, then check out the Holiday Inn Express Walkers Stadium. This 110-bedroom hotel offers plenty of complimentary parking and some great views of the Grand Union Canal and easy access to Junction 3 of the M1. This reasonable Leicester property provides bed & breakfast accommodation thats ideal for the King Power Stadium and has become increasingly popular with football fans. So if youre making that long journey North or South to the Midlands for away games against the foxes. The ancient forests of Needwood and Charnwood can be found in the nearby National Forest. If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel, other hotels and cheap b&b accommodation will be suggested.