Where to Stay in Nottingham

Despite being the second largest city in the Midlands (Birmingham is first) Nottingham is an easy city to navigate, especially without a car. It has also just won the bid to be a UNESCO City of Literature! What a great place for the festival…

There’s a tram that goes into the city centre every ten minutes, and costs only £3.20 return, all day.

There are tons of city centre hotels to choose from. Here is a small choice, and if you have questions, give a shout.

Ibis Nottingham: This is at a tram stop, next to a Tesco express, and directly around the corner from the Waterstones.

Holiday Inn Express: City Centre, across the square from Waterstones and near some great restaurants.

The Hilton Nottingham: City Centre, practically attached to the Victoria Shopping Centre and less than a five-minute walk to Waterstones.

The Waterstones is located just off Market Square, across the tram tracks from the Council House.