For centrally located contemporary 4* accommodation in the heart of Leicester, look no further than this exceptional Top Secret Hotel. Featuring spacious, modern double en-suite guestrooms each fitted with a flat screen LCD TV, climate control, free high speed Wi-Fi connectivity and complimentary toiletries amongst other excellent facilities. The hotel endeavours to ensure its guests ultimate comfort with the aid of a 24 hour concierge, car rental desk, daily housekeeping service and laundry service. Those in Leicester on their holidays can unwind in the onsite hotel spa with boasts an indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi, whilst those on business can take advantage of the modern conferencing facilities.
This luxurious modern hotel with pool near the City Centre ensures that its guests are only ever a short distance away from the city’s major tourist attractions and historic landmarks. The city is often celebrated for the amount of period architecture that is preserved throughout the city centre, including roads and baths dating back to the Roman Empire. Tourists can take public transport or make the journey on foot to the historic city centre to visit the imposing Leicester Cathedral, Guildhall, Jewry Wall and Leicester Market. All these sites are vital to the city’s heritage clustered around the city’s heart are therefore easily accessible for hotel guests.
Due to the nature of Leicester as one of the finest examples of multicultural society in the world, the city boasts an abundance of places of worship for a variety of religions as well as some of the finest south Asian cuisine. The Belgrave Road area of the city is also known as the Golden Mile due to the quality of the curry houses and Indian hospitality on offer. Due to the road’s close proximity to the hotel, guests can treat their taste buds before heading out into the city centre for a cocktail and a dance in one of Leicester’s many bars and nightclubs.
Historically, Leicester is most popularly associated with former British monarch Richard III whose remains were recently discovered buried underneath a city car park that is now a popular tourist hotspot. Richard III’s demise was sealed at the Bosworth Battlefield, located just outside Leicester city centre and easily accessible for hotel guests by car. The former battleground is today a popular heritage site and museum which serves to exhibit the famed skirmish of 1485 as well as the area’s general military heritage as well.
Due to Leicester’s close proximity to other major Midlands cities such as Nottingham and Birmingham, the city is a popular base for all tourists to the area. As the UK’s second city, Birmingham has a host of landmarks and attractions for visitors to enjoy, as well as arguably the best shopping in the country outside of London. This metropolis of the West Midlands is easily accessible via excellent rail, bus and coach links as well as by the M6 motorway. Few associated the developed cosmopolitan city of Leicester with rolling countryside and untouched natural scenery, however, the city is surrounded by National Parks and the vast National Forest. Popular with ramblers and nature enthusiast, Leicestershire’s countryside is ideal for those who wish to experience typical English woodland and wildlife or just for lovers of the great outdoors.