Do not miss out on this modern hotel with free car parking in Nottingham, jammed packed with fantastic features and useful services whether you are staying for business or leisure. All the rooms are excellently finished and are wonderfully comfortable with duvets in every room, room service, climate control and so much more. To really relax and unwind visit the hotel’s leisure centre, with a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and indoor swimming pool as well as fitness centre for those looking for a work out. Recuperate after a long day with your favourite drink in the hotel’s own bar or enjoy a romantic meal with a loved one in the restaurant.
Situated just outside the city centre this Secret Hotel gives you the best of both worlds, allowing you explore the city with ease while at the same time giving you space from the hustle and bustle of the city streets. In recent years Nottingham has become a national treasure for it’s wonderful blend of old and new, with a rich and interesting history and its newly developed, exciting modern city centre complete with a new tram system that conveniently takes you around the city. Feeling in the need for some retail therapy? Then Nottingham is the place to be, with an abundance of shopping centres and a buzzing high street on top of surprising side streets Nottingham is becoming a real shoppers paradise with something for everyone, from high street labels to world famous designers.
Nottingham is most widely known for being the setting of the classic tales of the legendary hero, Robin Hood and there is plenty more to learn about the man who robbed from the rich to give to the poor, than you may think you already know. To walk in the legends footsteps then a visit to Sherwood Forest is a must, now a National Nature Reserve this vast woodland stretches 450 acres and includes some of the world oldest oaks, many being over 500 years old, the most famous being the Major Oak that was said to be the hideout of Robin Hood and his accomplices. There is an interesting and informative Robin Hood exhibition at the entrance of the park that tells you the truth behind the legend. Situated 8 miles outside of the city centre there are bus and train links from the city centre to the forest.