CONS: The shower room is tiny with restricted headroom; The accommodation is on the 2nd floor up narrow stairs; It is not well served by public transport; You MUST be home by Midnight; You need to like dogs, as Mischa is very friendly.
PROS: If you are happy with all of the above then it is a great place to stay. It is clean and comfortable. Suzanne is very affable and cooks a delicious full house breakfast. Recommended.
Traveller from London
Located in Woodthorpe, this bed & breakfast is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Victoria Centre Shopping Mall and 3 mi (4.8 km) from …More
Loverly hotel staff great. Glad i phoned 3 days before as expedia had not let them know i had booked when i did itonline 4 weeks prior to trip. Very fissapointed with expedia but thanks to staff who sorted it.
Situated in Nottingham, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus, Nottingham Cathedral …More
The bed was really big and the room quite small. The staff friendly. The breakfast was adequate but there wasn't any fresh fruit and there wasn't any tea in the room, it had run out. The room and bathroom were clean.
Traveller from CH
Situated in Kimberley, this inn is within 6 mi (10 km) of Hucknall Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Nottingham Cathedral, and …More
"City centre hotel - perfect for Motorpoint Arena"
Lovely hotel with lots of history and right in the city centre. Only a 5 minute walk to the Motorpoint / Ice Arena and round the corner from the Lace Market tram stop. 5 minute walk to the Victoria Centre and not much more to the theatre.
Traveller from South Lincolnshire, England
Located in the heart of Nottingham, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham Contemporary, and …More
We booked The Dakota Nottingham based on my husband's experience with its sister in Glasgow eurocentral in which he stays regularly and enjoys. We also recommended it to our friends to meet for dinner for the same reasons but particularly because my husband is a chef and quite hard to impress. The entrance was impressive, reception staff friendly and helpful, the room suggested luxury and menu promised foodie heaven, unfortunately something fell a little short of expectation. There was no home made jar of cookies(as in Glasgow) no squishy extra large comfy cushion(as in Glasgow) and the usual bathroom complimentaries were conspicuous by their absence. In the bar the wine list prices were different by over £2 from the website that I checked only the night before. In the restaurant there was no amuse bouche(as in Glasgow) whilst we chose our meals, the drinks took a long time to arrive and we had to ask for ice to keep the wine chilled as it was just placed on the table. One meal was good 2 were ok and one was disappointing. All these things, whilst small on their own, when put together made our experience underwhelming. But after asking for the bill we had to wait and wait for one of the staff, who were both leaning on the till and chatting, to collect payment or to take a minute out of their conversation with other guests, which I suspect were also staff, to look around, we were treated to a show of exasperation because we had to the audacity to ask that payment be taken.
Traveller from W
Located in Annesley Woodhouse, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Hucknall Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Newstead Abbey …More