About the Hotel
The Welbeck Hotel in Nottingham offers 96 rooms designed for comfort and whether you are visiting the city for business or pleasure, our city centre hotel offers all the comforts and conveniences of home. Our rooms include large soft beds, en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries and flat screen multi-channel TVs.
- FREE Wi-Fi in the Lobby
- Please note there is no on-site car-park. The nearest car-park is the Q Park on Talbot Street (adjacent) where discounts are available. Please see reception at some point during your stay for a discount token
- Complimentary Grab & Go – Fresh fruit, freshly baked pastries, breakfast muffins, hot drinks and fruit juices
Nightlife & Attractions
Rock City – a few minutes' walk
Rock City in Nottingham is one of the UK's best live music venues. It has a capacity of 2,451 but is known for its intimate atmosphere.
Capital FM Arena Nottingham – approx. 15 minute walk
The Nottingham Arena (now known as the Capital FM Arena Nottingham) is based inside the £43 million National Ice Centre, was opened to the public on 1st April 2000, and provides the East Midlands with a top quality indoor sports, entertainment and conference venue.
Trent Bridge – approx.15 minute drive
More than just a cricket ground, Trent Bridge boasts a range of facilities that are open for public use.
Four squash courts are housed in the ticket office building on Hound Road and the Radcliffe Road Stand hosts meeting rooms and six indoor cricket nets.
The Trent Bridge Library holds the biggest collection of cricket books in the UK and the Club Shop stocks a huge range of cricket equipment and Notts and England replica wear.
Sherwood Forest – approx... 1 hour drive
Everyone has heard of Robin Hood, Nottinghamshire's most famous son and the world's favourite folk hero. His adventures have been retold down the generations, from medieval ballads to Hollywood blockbusters.
The Victoria Shopping Centre – approx. 2 minutes' walk
Nottinghams Victoria Centre is one of the UKs largest shopping Centre’s and was first opened in 1972. The Centre was built on the old grounds of the Victoria train station; hence the name, the Hilton hotel and the clock tower are the only two things that remain of the train stations past. On top of the Centre there is also over 400 flats and offices. The Centre is home to around 120 shops, number of the large department stores such as; House of Fraser, John Lewis and Marks and Spencer can also be found in the Centre.
Stanley Place, Nottingham NG1 5GS
Our hotel is just 10 minutes' walk from Nottingham's lively, pedestrianised Chapel Bar area with restaurants and nightlife
Nottingham is a city in the county of Nottinghamshire, located in the East Midlands, 150 miles north of London. Nottingham is famous for its links with Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest - a 165 square-mile Royal forest which attracts thousands of visitors every year.
Nottingham attracts the very best in cutting-edge music, theatre, art, comedy and entertainment from around the UK and the world, so is the perfect city for a night of entertainment. Nottingham also has many top tourist attractions and is rated fourth in the UK's top shopping city break destinations.