Where to stay
Many of Leeds’ oldest and finest buildings are currently used as hotels. There is a wide range of accommodation whatever your budget or requirements.
One of the most eye-catching hotels is Quebecs which is housed in the terracotta building of the old Leeds and County Liberal Club. The façade of this hotel is adorned with moulds of lions’ heads as well as wreaths and plants. Inside, there are wrought-iron gates, a grand oak staircase and Corinthian columns.
42 The Calls has a number of riverside rooms which come complete with a fishing rod. This hotel is a renovation of the corn mill. Similarly, Residence 6 is a refurbishment of the Old Post Office building.
Residence 6 is a great hotel for a city break with beautifully furnished apartments. There’s plenty of space and high ceilings. The location is also great, very central, and offers access to all around the city. Also, there are two great seafood restaurants downstairs.
The Chambers Park Place is a welcoming, clean hotel, situated in the legal and financial district, so it is perfect for business stays. The Chambers is an attractive building with tasteful, modern décor. Though the rooms are quite compact, they offer everyone you could want.
Whatever you’re looking for in accommodation, Leeds is sure to have a place for you.