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Best Western Westminster Hotel
Tel: 0115 9555000
Be our guest at the Best Western Westminster Hotel in Nottingham, as our beautiful Victorian townhouse provides a warm welcome to all.
The Westminster Hotel conveniently places you in one of England's most historic towns, with a wealth of things to do and see nearby. You'll find yourself just 10 minutes walk away from the town centre where you can get up to some serious shopping. Why not visit The Exchange - Nottingham's oldest shopping centre - or the intu Victoria Centre, with over 120 stores and restaurants inside? You'll also be a short drive away from the famous Sherwood Forest, and many of Nottinghams beautiful historical sites. We'd highly recommend heading to the City of Caves and taking a tour through Nottingham's hidden underground world. Nottingham Castle is also a hugely popular point of interest and gives a great insight into the story of Robin Hood.
The Best Western Westminster Hotel sits in the heart of England, providing speedy links to many surrounding cities - so spread your wings and take a trip to Derby and Leicester. Leicester boasts in own selection of famed attractions, including the New Walk Museum, with plenty of natural history exhibits, and the National Space Centre which boasts six interactive galleries, a 3D Simulator and the UK's largest planetarium. If you choose to spend the day in Derby, check out the gothic Derby Cathedral and the classical country house Calke Abbey.
A day of shopping, sightseeing or museum hopping is sure to leave you with a serious appetite, so head to The Carrington restaurant once you arrive back to the hotel. The restaurant serves an impeccable a la carte menu and a slightly cheaper wine and dine menu - including a glass of your favourite red, white or rose. The hotel bar will be waiting to welcome you for a pre-dinner drink, or a late night cap, so rest assured you'll be in for an evening of relaxation and indulgence.
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