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Where to Stay in Leeds?
There are plenty of hotel deals to be had in this lively northern town. Whether you are looking for a cosy family-run B&B or a 5-star luxury hotel, there are accommodation choices to suit all tastes and budgets.
For business travellers, the north end of town, close to Leeds Art Gallery is a good location, with a nice selection of mid-range business hotels. There are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants dotted around town, with most hotels within walking distance of the city’s main attractions. To be close to the lively bars and restaurants, opt for a hotel around The Calls or the Corn Exchange such as the stylish 42 The Calls.
For a budget stay, there are plenty of cosy B&B guesthouses in the student area of Headingley, just two miles from the city centre with great public transport links and a whole host of attractions, including bars, restaurants and the Headingley sports ground, where you can catch a rugby or cricket match.
Leeds Accommodation Options
There are a good selection of affordable 4-star chain hotels in Leeds city centre, including Radisson Blu, Hilton and Marriott. There are usually some good last-minute hotel deals to be found at these properties if you are flexible.
For a more indulgent treat, opt for a boutique hotel. The chic Residence 6 on Infirmary Street offers a slice of affordable luxury and is a great place to flop after a day at the shops.
If you’re looking for a cheap place to stay, Roomzzz Central offers budget beds, or consider a cosy B&B in neighbouring Headingley.
Leeds Hotel Recommendations?
The 4-star City Inn Hotel is located close to the station and frequently offers special offers on accommodation, so you can get a deluxe B&B break for under £60 per room if you’re flexible on your dates.
The Queens Hotel is an iconic hotel located right next to the train station, steeped in history and close to all the main attractions.
Awarded the Yorkshire Tourist Board’s ‘Hotel of the Year’, the boutique Malmaison hotel is located in a historic building that used to house the bus and tram company just a short stroll from chic shopping including Harvey Nichols.
Transport in Leeds
Leeds Bradford airport is located 9 miles north of Leeds city centre. The trip into town is around 15 minutes by taxi, and should cost less than £20. For a cheaper option, there are plenty of public transport links from the airport into town. The Metroconnect 757 provides a direct bus service to/from Leeds, serving Leeds bus and train stations, Kirkstall, Horsforth, Rawdon, Pool and Otley. There is also a 24-hour direct rail link between Leeds and Manchester airport.