Multipurpose hotel situated in the heart of Leeds city centre
Just a two minute walk away from Leeds railway station, the Cosmopolitan Hotel Leeds is one of the most conveniently placed establishments in the whole city.
This 3-star property is one of the oldest hotels in Leeds. For over 100 years it was known as The Golden Lion Hotel before being rebranded as the Cosmopolitan. For a business with this much history its no surprise then to find that all the amenities you might require are on offer.
Each guestroom includes en-suite bathroom with power shower, complimentary toiletries, towels, and bathrobes. The bedroom itself comes equipped with a large television that incorporates satellite television, radio, and DVD player. A ceiling fan keeps the room cool whilst tea and coffee making facilities and a telephone make the visit that much more comfortable.
The hotel has three conference rooms that can accommodate between 10 and 120 delegates at any one time. These rooms feature wireless internet, as does the rest of the hotel, as well as a number of facilities to allow business to run smoothly. Projectors, stationary, lunches, teas and coffees, and the likes are featured in a variety of packages.
The Cosmopolitan Restaurant and Bar, which has recently seen a complete overhaul and refurbishment, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A menu to suit all tastes accompanies an extensive wine and drinks list. 24 hour room service enables guests to wine and dine in the luxury of their bedroom.
With the Cosmopolitan Hotel Leeds being placed in the middle of the city, guests are only a moment away from many of the citys attractions and events. As well as a fine shopping district, the centre is home to several remarkable buildings including the Corn Exchange, City Hall, and Leeds Cathedral.
Millennium Square, a project commemorating the year 2000, offers a number of events for city-goers to enjoy. The square regularly plays host to music concerts, lavish markets (including a German Christmas event), and carnivals. Big sporting events are shown by the BBC on a large outdoor projection screen.
Those that enjoy walking should takes a stroll along the Leeds Country Way. This marked walkway circles the entire city of Leeds. Try not to get carried away though; the whole circular is some 62 miles long. The Trans Penine Trail, which crosses the entire country, is also close by, and suitable for walkers, cyclists, and pets.
If youre of a sporting nature, the city has representatives in all of Britains major sports, including Leeds United Football Club, Leeds Rhinos (Rugby League), and Yorkshire County Cricket Club. The Weatherby district also hosts a National Hunt racecourse.
Throughout the year a number of festivals and carnivals electrify the city and its surrounding area. The Leeds Carnival brings a touch of the West Indies to West Yorkshire. Its the oldest carnival of its type in Western Europe, and along with the Notting Hill and Luton carnivals, is one of the largest this side of the Atlantic. Leeds Festival brings music fans together to see the cream of rock and indie musics artists. Its one of the most sought out events in the country.
After all of that, a nice comfortable sleep at the Cosmopolitan Hotel Leeds is just the remedy.