Hotels in Leeds, the United Kingdom

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Leeds, England, United Kingdom
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Low seasonJanuarycheapest month to stay
High seasonFebruarymost expensive time to stay
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£46 - £131

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Cheapest day of weekMondayis the cheapest day of the week to book
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Useful insights on Leeds hotels

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Lowest Hotel Price

£19

Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Mansio Suites The Headrow

Hotels Near Airport

32

Average Length of Stay

2 days
The cheapest price for a room in Leeds found in the last 7 days is £19/night. This rate is available with Russell Scott Backpackers Hostel, a 3-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Mansio Suites The Headrow, the most popular 5-star hotel in Leeds (8.6/10 rating - based on 582 reviews).
There are 32 hotels in Leeds close to Leeds/Bradford. Travelodge Leeds Bradford Airport is the nearest with a distance of 0.4 mi from this airport.
On average, people stay for 2 days when lodging at hotels in Leeds. The average accommodation price for 2 days in Leeds in the past week is £160.

Leeds travel tips

Best time to visit Leeds

The temperature in Leeds does not go far beyond 20 degrees Celsius at any time of the year. May – September are the slightly warmer months with average temperature of 15 – 18 degrees Celsius. This is also the time when Leeds hosts several events and festivals making it a good time to visit. Winter temperatures range between 7 – 11 degrees Celsius. Rain, fog, and thunderstorms occur all year round, so remember to bring your rain boots, raincoats, and umbrellas whenever you visit Leeds.

Getting around Leeds

Leeds is a compact city and you can easily cover most of the sights and attractions on foot. The city is also well-connected by Leeds CityBus which links all key locations around the City Centre at £1.00 GBP per journey. You can also hail the black and white taxis which are easily available all over the city.


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Average £98

Most expensive £223

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Where to stay in Leeds

Best places to stay in Leeds

A perfect mix of classic and contemporary, urban and Victorian, Leeds is a lively city and an important industrial hub in the UK. While most of the landmarks and attractions as well as hotels are clustered around the City Centre, the suburbs offer a more relaxed country-side ambience and relatively cheaper accommodation.

City Centre

Home to some of UK’s best shops, restaurants, nightlife, and all the major sights and attractions in Leeds, the City Centre is the ideal location to stay during your Leeds visit. For comfortable, modern accommodation, consider the Dakota Deluxe Leeds which is surrounded by restaurants and cafes, and is a short 4-minute walk from Leeds train station. Alternatively, enjoy the Art Deco-style and elegant ambience of The Queens, a landmark hotel located in the City Square. At the heart of the City Centre on River Aire, 42 the Calls is a corn mill renovated to a boutique luxury hotel. It offers riverside rooms featuring handmade furniture, original artworks, and even fishing rods for the hobby travellers!

Headingley

Less than 5 kilometres outside the City Centre, the suburb of Headingley is the heart of sports in Leeds. The Headingley Stadium is home to the Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds Rhinos rugby league team. With a host of continental restaurants, classic pubs, beer gardens and cafés, this area is an interesting alternative if you wish to stay slightly away from the hustle and bustle of the City Centre. Consider the Haley’s Hotel & Restaurant, a privately-owned Victorian mansion-turned-hotel on a quiet, tree-lined street. Or you can enjoy a comfortable stay at the Village Leeds North hotel, just a short walk from the Headingley Stadium.

Holbeck Urban Village

An inner-city area on the southern edge of the City Centre, Holbeck is home to upscale apartments, office buildings, and a major hub of the digital and media industries. You will find a number of boutique pubs and restaurants catering to the creative and quirky people living and working in this neighbourhood. Book the Clayton Hotel Leeds, for a contemporary stay just a short distance away from the Leeds Royal Armouries Museum.

Bramhope

The neighbourhood of Bramhope offers an interesting mix of the charming Leeds countryside, beautiful woodlands, and urban amenities within a short distance of the City Centre. Enjoy the Alpine style self-catering lodges, and an on-site spa that blend seamlessly into the Yorkshire woodland setting of gardens, lakes and walkways when you stay at the Chevin Country Park Hotel & Spa.

Cheap hotels in Leeds

There are several options for cheap accommodation in Leeds. Many of the Victorian homes and country cottages converted into family-run bed and breakfast accommodations offer budget-friendly alternatives to regular hotels. You can consider Avalon Guest House, a family-run hotel that is walking distance from the City Centre or the Glengarth Guest House which is closer to the University of Leeds. You also have Storm Jameson Court, the award-winning 4-star campus accommodation of the University of Leeds. All rooms feature and en-suite with shower, floor-to-ceiling windows, in-room safes, tea / coffee trays and free internet access.


Learn about attractions and sights in Leeds

Whether you are looking to soak up the tea and crumpet culture, indulge in retail therapy, or enjoy a weekend getaway, Leeds is sure to cater to every requirement. The city’s covered arcades and cobbled alleyways will entice you to wander around the streets, and take in the Victorian architecture as you explore this interesting city.

  • Visit the Royal Armouries Museum and learn about 3,000 years of warfare through its interesting displays and exhibits.
  • Explore the medieval Cistercian Kirkstall Abbey near the banks of River Aire and also make a stop at the interactive Abbey House Museum.
  • Relax or enjoy a picnic in the 179 acres of mature woodland at Golden Acre Park.
  • Spend the day at the 700-acre Roundhay Park which has a host of family-friendly attractions at Tropical World, an island filled with tropical birds and wildlife. Roundhay Park is also home to Alhambra Gardens (modelled on the world-famous gardens at Alhambra Spain), and the Monet Garden (based on the gardens planted by Monet at Giverny, France).
  • Art lovers, don’t miss a visit to the airy white galleries of The Henry Moore Institute which houses one of the largest collections of sculptures in Europe. You can also admire the fine works of 19th and 20th-century British painters at the Leeds City Art Gallery.
  • Enjoy a drive in the countryside landscape and visit the Temple Newsam Home Farm located in the great country house of Temple Newsam House and Farm. Interact freely with the friendly farm animals, such as pigs, sheep, goats, cattle, and ducks.
  • Explore boutique shops offering vintage clothing, handmade jewellery, and organic soaps at the Corn Exchange, an erstwhile grain market converted into a shopping centre. The grand Victorian building features wrought-iron balconies and a spectacular dome. Later, head to the Piazza by Anthony, a celebrity-chef run gastronomic heaven located in the lower level of this building.
  • Indulge in the high-end branded stores of the buzzing Victoria Quarter which boasts of arcaded streets with stained-glass ceilings, mosaic, and marble flooring.
  • If you happen to be in Leeds on a Wednesday, head to glass-domed Kirkgate Market which is home to over 800 stalls, including Polish delicacies, Chinese supermarkets, and Asian bazaars.
  • Enjoy the best Yorkshire beers, classic fish and chips, and delicious Sunday roasts served with Yorkshire pudding at Whitelocks, the oldest pub in Leeds featuring Victorian brass and copper counters and engraved mirrors inside a row of Georgian artisan cottages.

Information about staying in Leeds

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Visiting Leeds for 2 nights is the most common choice for our users.

A hotel room in Leeds will generally set you back around £105 per night. This figure is an average and prices will vary according to the facilities, location and room availability at your desired hotel.

In January prices are at their lowest, making it the most cost-effective time to book a hotel room in Leeds. You may find the cost of your room has decreased by 50%.

Sunday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Leeds. The highest price tends to be on Friday.

Per person, per night, a hostel in Leeds (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at £93, on average. This price is £12 cheaper than your average Leeds hotel.

With generally low rainfall expected (43 mm) and an average temperature of 17 °C, those staying at a hotel in Leeds may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during August, attractions worth visiting near Leeds are Temple Newsam, Harewood House, and Cathedral Church of St Anne.

Yes, Leeds has 189 holiday rentals available. If you’re interested in a holiday rental in Leeds, Trivelles - Bradford - Sunbridge Road is the most popular in the city. Compare deals on holiday rentals in Leeds.

Yes, the city of Leeds has hostels available. You can choose from 46 Leeds hostels. We recommend staying at Discovery Inn - Leeds, which is the most popular among our users. Search for hostels in Leeds.


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