Modern city centre hotel with state-of-the-art touches
Located just outside of the main city centre, but still firmly within the citys busy streets, the Days Hotel Nottingham offers guest a comfortable stay and a convenient position regardless of the purpose of their visit.
With a modern design, this 3-star establishment has taken careful consideration in its provisions for both commercial guests and leisure tourists. Businesses and business people alike can take full advantage of a number of conference rooms that utilise both boardroom and theatre style layouts. As such they are useful for interviews, meetings, conferences, and even team-building exercises.
All of these meeting rooms are well-equipped, some with touch-screen controlled audio and visual systems. Plenty of natural light fills each room to enhance the atmosphere for work. Wireless internet is provided free of charge also.
Whether staying at the hotel for business or pleasure, guests will find rooms spacious and nicely furnished. En-suite bathrooms are included as standard whilst a number of other facilities, including telephone and television, are also provided. Each room includes a hospitality tray as well as air-conditioning, which ensures the room meets the desired temperature of its guests.
The hotel is also served by a restaurant, which is very bright and airy, as well as a lounge and bar. Both provide guests with a place to rest and relax either before or after that oh so important meeting or trip out into the city. The bar is open late which makes it a fine fit for those nocturnal revellers.
Perhaps the greatest asset held by the Days Hotel Nottingham is its location. Without fuss visitors can make their way to the city centre and all its attractions in just a few minutes using public transport. Similarly, destinations further outside the city, including the nearby cities of Leicester and Derby can be accessed fairly easily.
Within Nottingham city centre visitors can enjoy a spot of shopping, or more than a spot if they desire, as well as a number of other attractions. The town centre features a large number of restaurants serving just about any palate, whilst a mixture of traditional pubs, trendy bars, and lively nightclubs makes this a revellers paradise. Those looking for something a little out of the ordinary should visit Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem, recognised as the oldest pub in the UK, or Rock City, a nightclub that specialises in rock and heavy metal music.
The city also has a rich sporting heritage which often sees visitors travelling from far and wide. As well as having two professional football clubs (Forest and County), the city also hosts county cricket (held at Trent Bridge cricket ground) and ice hockey (held at the National Ice Centre).
Its not just sporting history that the city is rich in either. Historically believed to have been home to Robin Hood, nearby Sherwood Forest provides guests with an enjoyable natural setting for walking, cycling, and the likes. The city also regularly hosts medieval banquets which gives guests at the Days Hotel Nottingham a fine opportunity to dress up and lark around.