For many years, anyone visiting Sheffield, and looking for overnight (or longer) accommodation, probably had a hand full of (fairly pricey) hotels to choose from - which included Hallam Towers (now derelict), Grosvenor and Kenwood Hall.
Over the past few years, more hotels and Self Catering appartments have sprung up in the City Centre and surrounds.
Well, I've only had cause to stay in one city centre hotel, on New Years Eve, after I attended a party, and realised that the triple shared room was probably cheaper than a taxi home.
So, These are some places to stay in Sheffield, though I can't personally vouch for them..
I'd recommend Booking.com for discounted prices.
Sheffields first 'boutique hotel' A Grade 11 listed former Boys Grammer SchoolThe Leopold Hotel
Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel and Spa Adjoining the Winter Garden and Peace Gardens.
NovotelNear Tudor Square, with its theatres and restaurants
Cutlers Best Western Near High Street/Theatres/O2 Academy
Jurys Inn In the trendy Devonshire Quarter
Premier Inn - City Centre Near to the O2 Accademy and High Street.
Slightly outside the City Centre.
Canal Basin/Quay Side
Park Inn by Raddison Previously Hotel Bristol.
Holiday Inn Express
Holiday Inn - Royal Victoria
Bramall Lane A 20 minute walk from the City Centre
Premier Inn St Marys Gate
University/Royal Hallamshire Hospital
One-Two miles outside City Centre
Kenwood Hall Hotel
Alternatives to Hotels
City Base Apartments These apartments are located just out of the City Centre, but handy for the many restaurants/bars, and all on public transport routes.
houseboathotels Two apartment style boats in Victoria Quays.
To be continued..
Couldn't have asked for a more friendly welcome from the owners Carol & Peter, their son & the dog.
Situated a short walk from the Eccleshall Rd, & Endclifffe park. Easier to get a bus into the city than drive. A short walk from the Bottanical Gardens, and great if you have someone living in student accomadation around Endcliffe or Broomhill areas, because again it is only a short walk, ok there are steep hills, but it's Sheffield, which is built on 7 hills. Lots of places to eat along the Eccleshall Road.
Was attracted by their website and the pictures of their very different rooms. We stayed in the Victorian Gentleman's room, with it's lush roll-topped bath, beware of using deeply coloured bathbombs, our's stained the enemal, luckily Carol & Peter got it white again, & were great about it. It's happened before.
There are also Swedish & French styled rooms. The kitchen/dining room is unique, especially the table. See picture taken from their website
The Hilton and Novotel for upmarket and hotel ibis and hotel Bristol for down market plus campanile and travel inns.
Isnt it funny, this is my home town..but in terms of accomodation..I havent much of a clue... so, i reckon, i better have a chat with a few 'sheffuld' folk, to see, where you can lay yer cap in style...or summat like that, tha knows..
(My mums view from kitchen window...reet nice 'intit'
Best bit is, i haven't a trace of a yorkshire accent, well ok possible a smidge, hidden away.
this hotel is called 'Royal Victoria' and is in fact an old railway-station re-built to a hotel. It has a very nice atmosphere and it's pretty central to the city centre.
Don't stay at this hotel if you want to have a nice view to look out over. I don't remember the name now, but I'll get back about that.
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