There are a wide range of hotels in Leeds to choose from to suit every pocket. If you’re looking for cheap Leeds hotels, try and negotiate a deal with city centre hotels at the weekend and avoid the city when big festivals take place.
The Leeds hotels below have been grouped into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over £140)
Cheap (up to £80)
These prices are for a double room per night and include breakfast and all taxes.
In a grand former bus and tram office, the Leeds branch of this popular chain offers stylish and contemporary rooms that all come with CD and DVD players as standard by the River Aire. There are 100 stylish rooms while British classics feature strongly on the menu.Address: , 1 Swinegate, Leeds,
Telephone: 0844 693 0654.
A Grade II listed boutique hotel with 45 rooms, this proper offers refined, classic and contemporary furnishings. Built in 1891 as the former liberal club, it offers a distinctive terracotta facade, wrought iron gates, Corinthian columns and stained glass windows. It's been voted one the world's top 80 hotels by Conde Nast Traveller.Address: , 9 Quebec Street, Leeds,
Telephone: (0113) 244 8989.
The New Ellington
This jazz-themed hotel is in a league of its own. Although it is set in the quiet financial district, its 34 rooms are superbly furnished, with plush kingsized beds, rainshower baths and funky gadgets, while the hotel cocktail bar adds to its allure. It also offers breakfast in one of the most sophisticated looking restaurants in the city.Address: , 23 York Place, Leeds,
Telephone: (0113) 204 2150.
42 The Calls
Beautifully set overlooking the River Aire, this boutique hotel in a former 18th century riverside corn mill is gorgeously presented, though it’s worth paying the extra for one of the more expensive rooms. Beamed ceilings, handmade beds, a collection of original artworks plus special touches like homemade shortbread and fudge, make this a super deluxe option.Address: , 42 The Calls, Leeds,
Telephone: (0113) 244 0099.
This fabulously-ornate Grade II listed building has recently been refurbished and offers guests elegant, spacious rooms, a terracotta exterior and ornate furnishings. It's located in the business district but is still close to all the restaurant, shops and nightlife action.Address: , King Street, Leeds,
Telephone: (0113) 245 0841.
For location, this landmark hotel is unbeatable. Adjacent to the railway station and overlooking City Square, it's a stone's throw from all the action. With 215 rooms, an executive floor and two dining options, it is a large hotel with plenty of amenities and top notch service.Address: , City Square, Leeds,
Telephone: (0113) 243 1323.
With an amazingly central rooms, and spic and span following a £1 million pound refurbishment, this historic place (the oldest hotel in Leeds) has 89 rooms with Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and 24-hour room service.Address: , 2 Lower Briggate, Leeds,
Telephone: (0113) 243 6454.
Oak Villa B&B
This charming, friendly B&B is situated close to Headingley Cricket Ground and is set in the heart of a pleasant, wooded conservation area. The Victorian house has free parking, Wi-Fi and a licensed bar. Some rooms have en-suites and there are different sized rooms. The hotel is just 1.5 miles from the city centre.Address: Headingley, 55 Cardigan Road, Leeds,
Telephone: (0113) 275 8439.
Travelodge Leeds Central
This hotel offers good value, functional rooms at a convenient location that's close to the train station.Address: Blayds Yard, Blayds Court, Leeds,
Telephone: 0871 984 6155.