Premier Inn Hull City Centre

99 Citadel Way, Kingston-upon-Hull, HU91TQ, United Kingdom

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    Budget hotel

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    The Premier Travel Inn is good for visitors using the ferries to Holland and Belgium or those who want scenic views (from river fronting rooms) from the hotel.
    Linked to the historic Old Town by a footbridge or the main A63 Myton Bridge for car users it is a good location. However for solo travellers the walk back on a dark winters night could be a worry and I would recommend a taxi. Crime is not generally a problem but be safe.

    Directions: Off the A63 over Myton Bridge.

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Travel Tips for Kingston upon Hull

Hull City Town Hall

by Imbi

The Town Hall is the centre point of all sort of social activity like, private parties, numerous and very varied functions, from wedding receptions, bar mitzvah', birthday parties, Science Fiction fairs and Record fairs.

The wind-tunnel effect

by Orbital_

Be aware on a windy day in Hull! Many of the east-west aligned streets in the city act as giant wind tunnels when the prevailing westerly winds are blowing. In many cities this isn’t too much of a problem, but the city’s location nestled against the Humber Estuary (in places a mile wide) exacerbates what is usually a trivial problem in most parts of the region. Hold on to your hats and wrap up warm, especially in spring or autumn.

Hull's other river/

by sourbugger

Think of Hull, and you think of the mighty Humber river, with the impressive suspension bridge, mighty conyanier ships and dead seals.

Hull, does however have another river. Named with a flourish of thought as 'Hull River'.

It runs North-south by the side of the city centre, feeding into the Humber by the 'Deep' Aquarium.

Currently being developed by the Retty Farrell Partnership (credits for the picture), the walkway on the city side of the river is worth a detour. It runs behind the Museum quarter and allows you to look out over a post-industrial landscape. When I say post-industrial, I really mean it. Plenty of rusting cranes, warehouses and factories. Elsewhere in the UK such landscapes would already be filled with over=priced penthouses for the sort of yuppies who wear pink shirts, have green-rimmed glasses and say 'Yah, abolutely' alot in poncey offices.

Hasn't happened in Hull yet - much.

Bishop Burton

by Britannia2

Bishop Burton is the first pretty East Yorkshire village you pass through once you have left Hulls urban sprawl on your way from Hull to York. Unfortunately it is dissected by the busy A1079 Hull to York road and there are ponds on each side of the road. Many people miss the prettier pond of the two and the one shown below is on the same side of the road as the pub/restaurant.
A nice village to wander around with a church high above the village that affords quite good views. The Altisidora (named after a race horse) is a good place to go for a meal or drink - many people use it as a coffee stop on their way to the ferry in Hull if they are early and need to kill time.
More details on my Beverley pages.

East Yorkshire Round Robin

by Britannia2

If you want to explore from Hull this ticket offers good value. After 08.45 unlimited travel on a round journey - Hull - Scarborough - York - Selby - Hull ( or reverse).
1 day £19, railcard £12.55, child £9.50.
Ask at Hull Interchange or see website.

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