Ramada Leeds North

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Millgreen View Ring Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS14 5QF, United Kingdom
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55%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
10%
32
Very Good
23%
72
Average
22%
69
Poor
17%
54
Terrible
24%
74

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 26% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families27
  • Couples45
  • Solo40
  • Business41

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Forum Posts

Bars in Leeds

by pfavier

Can anyone recommend some good bars in Leeds or a street/area where there are bars and late bars please?

Re: Bars in Leeds

by suvanki

Hi! Welcome to VT! I'd advise checking out VTers tips on Leeds Nightlife/Restaurants etc - Guessing you've 'Googled' Leeds bars already.
Have A Great Time,
Sue

Re: Bars in Leeds

by alyf1961

It would depend on what type of bar you are looking for and which nights you are here.
we have student bars, gay bars, retro bars, real ale pubs, Karaoke bars and there are around six bars at the calls [near the corn exchange]that open until 6am.

Re: Bars in Leeds

by mmahesh100

Try
TIGER TIGER
and
OCEANA

both are fine and close to city centre as well

Re: Bars in Leeds

by mmahesh100

TIGER TIGER -CITY CENTRE
SELA BAR-CITY CENTRE
AND VARSITY-CITY CENTRE
I WILL RECOMMEND TIGER TIGER AND VARSITY.,QUALITY IS GOOD.

Travel Tips for Leeds

Where to leave your bag

by Airpunk

If you just want to spend a single day in Leeds, you are surely looking for a place to leave your bag. The bus and coach station at Dyer St. doesn't have such facilities anymore. There is a luggage storage desk at the central train station which opens at 7:00 a.m. When I arrived in Leeds at 4.45 a.m., this was my first problem. I expected automated lockers like the ones I know from Germany or the Netherlands. Maybe this was due to the terrorist threat. So my choice was to wait for the desk to open or to walk around with a heavy backpack...

Home of Heartbeat...

by hayward68

Goathland
Home of the fictitious Aidensfield of the tv series Heartbeat. If you're a fan of the series you'll enjoy wandering around the town.
Stop in the shops and take pics of the buildings that you normally see on the small screen.
A stop at the Goathland Hotel, known as the Aidensfield Arms on the show, will top off your stop. Sorry, Gina's not behind the bar to serve you.

Good simple pub food

by mocca about Three Horse Shoes

Just like throughout England, this pub serves good food for a good price.
And it is one of the best around Leeds, Almost every night it is booked full. If you come alone or with 2-4 people, there should be a table ready, or a little wait. But if coming with a bigger group, make sure you make an reservation

DELICIOUS TRADITIONAL FOOD

by alyf1961 about TIGER TIGER

Tiger Tiger is a national chain of pub restaurants. They do a lunch menu, which is divided into price order starting at £4.00 up to £11.00 for main courses. The evening menu is more extensive and includes steaks, ribs, fajitas and pasta. The evening menu ranges from £8 up to £18 for a main course. My favourite meal from Tiger Tiger is Cumberland sausage and mash with gravy.

The Black Prince

by traceyspacey

I often look at statues and have no idea who they are. So after taking pictures in the City Square I found out. The figure on the horse is the Black Prince, otherwise known as Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales. (15th June 1330-8 June 1376). He was the eldest so of King Richard lll of England and Philippa of Hainault. He was apparently a great military leader and well liked. He died before his father and so the throne was passed to his son on his Fathers death.

So why is there a sculpture of him in Leeds City Square? It was a gift from the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Colonel Thomas Walter Harding. The Black Prince has no connection with Leeds, but Colonel Thomas Walter Harding believed that it symbolised the virtues of democracy and chivalry.

The equestrian statue greets visitors as you arrive at the station.

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Address: Millgreen View Ring Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS14 5QF, United Kingdom