Booking Agent Description: This classic 4-star hotel is situated on the south side of the city, close to the RAI railway station and a short walk from Albert Cuyp Market. Its smart, air-conditioned rooms include satellite TVs, DVD players, tea and coffee making facilities, seating areas, and minibars.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.
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Located in the south of the city and close to a number of attractions, this 3 star Hot Rate hotel provides guests with a range of business and leisure facilities.
The property is just over 37km away from Leeds Bradford airport, and is a short car journey away from York train station. Guests who have their own mode of transport can make the most of the free parking available on site, saving you the hassle of finding somewhere to park in the city. The property is pet-friendly and provides guests with excellent leisure facilities, including a superb restaurant and high speed Internet access. For guests visiting the city on business the property provides excellent facilities in the Business Centre, and there is also a self-service laundry for your convenience.
One of the city’s must-see attractions is the beautiful York Minster, one of the largest cathedrals of its kind in Northern Europe and one of the UK’s most famous religious buildings. The minster is the seat of the second-highest office in the Church of England, the Archbishop of York, and the architecture both inside and out is certainly worth seeing in the flesh. The current building was first built in 1230 but was not completed until some 142 years later. Visitors to the minster can enjoy guided tours, where you will learn about the history of the building and its importance to the city and the Church of England itself, as well as learn more about the interior design including the fabulous stained glass windows. The two west towers of the building chime every 15minutes, and the bell known as Great Peter is chimed on the hour every day. The minster is also the resting place for a number of famous figures, including Prince William of Hatfield, the infant son of Edward III, and many of the city’s previous Archbishops from centuries gone by.
Another famous historical attraction that York has to offer are the city’s walls. Now almost 2,000 years old, the walls have played a major part in the development of the city throughout centuries gone by – and a walk around them provides spectacular views as well as a chance to learn more about the longest intact walls in the whole of England. Audio guided tours are available to purchase to provide further information as you enjoy the 2 mile walk, and make sure to bring a camera to take some photos of the views of the minster and the rest of the city.
Have a wonderful time in York!