Leicester

Leicester is both an ancient and modern city, with a huge range of historic attractions in and around the place, and a vibrant feel to it thanks to the universities and in no small part to the large section of its population of East Asian origin... Read More

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Leicester Events

February
Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival
May
Leicester Early Music Festival
June
APS Urban Steam & Vehicle Rally
Big Session Festival
Leicester Early Music Festival
Leicester International Music Festival
Leicester Pride Parade and Festival
Oadby Society of Artists 40th Annual Exhibition
Riverside Festival
August
Castle Park Heritage and Arts Festival
Children's Fringe Festival
Summer Sundae Weekender
September
Leicester International Music Festival
Walk Among The Herbs
October
Leicester City Marathon
December
Christmas Eve at Leicester Cathedral
Spirits of Christmas
Victorian Christmas at Belgrave Hall
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Hotels in Leicester - 35 places to stay

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The Belmont Hotel

The Belmont Hotel
Relax in comfort and style at The Belmont Hotel in Leicester. Within easy walking distance of the Railway Station, Leicester University, The New Walk Museum, De Montfort Hall and all the fantastic shopping available in the new Highcross ... More | Double Room: £120 | visit website
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Ramada Encore

Ramada Encore
The striking, contemporary hotel is next to the new Curve theatre and is certain to be a popular choice. With spacious modern bedrooms, all with a walk in shower, the rooms have a modern and ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Leicester

Holiday Inn Leicester
Stay with us at the Holiday Inn Leicester City. Whether you’re joining us for a Conference, Wedding, Party or simply taking a break on one of our many Leisure Package Breaks, we have everything you’ll ... More | Double Room: from £50 | visit website
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Glenfield lodge hotel

Glenfield Lodge Hotel Leicester situated just on the outskirts of Leicester City Centre. Whether you are visiting Leicester for business or pleasure they offer Bed and Breakfast accommodation at a budget price. There is always ... More
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Leicester Marriott Hotel

Leicester Marriott Hotel

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Located in vibrant central England, the Leicester Marriott Hotel is just minutes from the M1 yet set in a quiet area perfect for business or leisure. Our accommodation offer spacious ... More

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Spindle Lodge Hotel

Spindle Lodge Hotel

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A small family-run hotel with Victorian charm and style, built in 1876 on tree-lined West Walk. Despite its central position, Spindle Lodge is in a quiet location. At the end of West ... More

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Mercure Leicester City Hotel

Mercure Leicester City Hotel
Victorian charm meets modern comfort at this 4 star Leicester hotel. A short drive from the National Space Centre, you can also step out from the Mercure Leicester City Hotel and find the city's Cultural ... More | visit website
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Sky Plaza Hotel

Sky Plaza Hotel

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This attractive and well-appointed 3-star hotel is situated in the heart of Leicester and is a great base for exploring and enjoying this exciting and vibrant city. Formerly Days Inn, the Sky ... More

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The City Rooms

The City Rooms

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The City Rooms is a beautiful Georgian Grade 1 listed building located in the heart of Leicester City Centre. Having undergone a careful restoration with the addition of four luxurious ... More

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Mill on the Soar

Mill on the Soar

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The Mill is situated in 5 acres of Leicestershire countryside and within these glorious grounds we have two rivers and a fishing lake which is available for corporate days and events.

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