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Lace Market Hotel, Nottingham

31 High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HE, UK
Lace Market Hotel Review
4 Star Rating
7 November 2019Lace Market Hotel
Tags: Nottingham, UK, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £139 per night

The Lace Market Hotel can be found located in Nottingham’s Lace Market District. Known for its trendy style, this is a super location for any hotel and the Lace Market Hotel certainly brings the style. The building itself is a Georgian Townhouse, in keeping with the local architecture. Once you enter the hotel, you’ll find its interiors hold a wealth of charm and character.

Having visited The Lace Market Hotel on a number of occasions previously, we were excited to be returning once again to one of our favourite hotels located in the city of Nottingham. When we arrived, we were greeted by a friendly member of the team and soon shown to our room. During this visit, we were staying in one of their studio suites on the top floor.

Our suite was fairly spacious, with a light classic décor. The suite comprised of one complete open-plan room with the king size bed taking centre stage on a slightly raised floor area. The lower level offered a small desk, along with a coffee table and a seating area. The views over the front of the hotel also make for a second focal point. The bathroom was a good size, boasting a free-standing bath and separate shower.

“The staff here here deliver a high standard of service, and we cannot wait to return.”

In terms of facilities, the hotel itself offers a pub and restaurant as possible dining options. The hotel seems to revolve around its restaurant, which really is the hub of the building. The team pride themselves on using locally sourced ingredients to create modern British dishes.

The Lace Market Hotel also have a couple of partnerships to make life easy whilst staying there. Firstly, although they don’t have their own carpark, they do offer parking at a local carpark which is just a few minutes’ away. Secondly, they have partnered with a local gym to offer access to their guests, which will be a welcomed addition for fitness lovers.

Its location really is one of the best things about the Lace Market Hotel. Being right in the heart of the city means there’s easy walking access to all the main sights, including St Mary’s Church, Galleries of Justice and Shire Hall. It’s also just a few minutes’ walk from Nottingham train station, as well as the main shopping area, restaurants and bars.

We enjoyed our stay at the Lace Market Hotel, and would recommend it to anyone looking to visit Nottingham. We appreciated the hard work of the team on delivering a high standard of service, and we cannot wait to return.

Photos courtesy of Lace Market Hotel

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