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Queens Hotel
City Square
Leeds
West Yorkshire

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This elegant landmark hotel is the most famous in Leeds city centre and offers luxurious 4-star accommodation in a convenient central location, close to the shops, clubs and bars.
Opened as a hotel in 1937, this historic property occupies a prime position on City Square, next to Leeds train station and within walking distance of all of the city centre’s attractions. The superb location makes the hotel the ideal base for leisure or business travellers, with easy access by road from the M1, M62 and A1.
Guests of The Queens can also now take advantage of 2 hours of free internet access.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 199
Number Ensuite: 199
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