Nottingham: One or Two Night Stay For Two With Dinner, Breakfast, and Chocolates from £74 at Rutland Square Hotel (Up to 68% Off)
- City centre period hotel
- Converted Victorian warehouse
- Near Nottingham Rail Station
- Double en suite room
- Two course meal served in the Woods Restaurant on one night
- Breakfast served each morning
- Chocolates on arrival
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone on 0115 941 1114. Non-refundable once booked. Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am. Valid for double room, breakfast and 2 course meal each on one night. Car parking incurs an £8.50 charge per night. Wi-Fi usage incurs a supplement. Dogs incur £7.50 supplement per dog, per night. Original value based on rack rate. Valid on option purchased only.
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Central Nottingham's modern, cosmopolitan streets cast against its Victorian grandeur, and surrounds the the Rutland Square Hotel with an eclectic spread of local treasures.
Unearth new experiences with today's Groupon at Rutland Square Hotel. Choose from the following options:
In a double en suite room with a two course meal, breakfast each morning, and chocolates on arrival
• £109 for a two night stay for two (Up to 68% off)
In a double en suite room with a two course meal on one night, breakfast each morning, and chocolates on arrival
A dignified redbrick visage separates the peace of this hotel’s 87 rooms from the excited hubbub of the city centre. With a splendidly marbled entrance, the airy reception welcomes visitors with a plush lounge. The on-site Woods Restaurant complements classically-styled furnishings with a menu spanning from light snacks to robust bistro cuisine, as well as a wine list.
Getting their teeth into a decadent spread of welcome chocolates, guests can begin their break in sumptuous style as they settle into an en-suite double room. A two course meal will pamper taste buds with treats such as Caesar salad with parmesan, croutons, and anchovies, a grilled 6oz sirloin steak with mushrooms and chips, or a tempting white chocolate and raspberry cheesecake. Hungry travellers can tuck into a fresh full English breakfast each morning before zipping out to uncover the secrets of the city.
The famous Lace Market will intrigue lovers of history and architecture alike with its quarter-mile stretch of 19th century sales-halls, warehouses, and other relics of the textile industry. A legendary experience can be found in Sherwood Forest where adventurers can explore the stomping ground of Robin Hood, as well as a crafts centre which displays local folk art and woodland sculptures. Venturing below the busy streets, subterranean travellers can take a guided tour of the city’s labyrinthine caves, the sandstone dwellings of which have been restored to illustrate their 17th century origins.
Trains: Low-cost journeys can be made from London St Pancras, Glasgow Central, Cardiff Central, Plymouth, Manchester Piccadilly, and Birmingham New Street. Nottingham Rail Station is less than one mile from the hotel.
Road: The hotel is accessible by following the M1 before changing onto the A453 from the south or the A610 from the north towards Nottingham.
The waters of the River Trent are said to be the best in England for brewing beer; ale aficionados should stop by one of the many Tudor-styled pubs for a good pint.
Rutland Square has received many a fine review, and 84% of Late Roomers would stay at the hotel again. Special mention is given to the level of customer service, and the hotel’s calming atmosphere.
Central location, but still out of any noise. Reasonable price and good value breakfast, friendly staff.
– Anonymous, Booking, Jan 2012
Me [and my] partner stayed here for a one night break whilst attending a wedding near the castle. We stayed in the penthouse suite and were pleasantly surprised [sic] by the views over to the castle and surroundig [sic] area. The staff were friendly and helpful and the room was spacious, very clean and had all the mod cons we needed. Breakfast was lovely. Would definately [sic] top again and recommend for a short weekend break for location alone.
– Eleanor w, TripAdvisor, Oct 2011