Leeds Marriott Hotel

A Hotel in Leeds, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

4 Trevelyan Square, Boar Lane
Leeds
Yorkshire
England
LS1 6ET

Leeds Marriott Hotel, Leeds

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Accommodation Description:

Set in a charming courtyard, just 2 minutes from Leeds railway station, the Leeds Marriott is located in the heart of this vibrant, cosmopolitan city and provides a perfect base for shopping and sightseeing. The hotel offers warm and modern decor with excellent leisure facilities including an indoor swimming pool. Take advantage of two great restaurants, either John T's featuring British dishes or Georgetown offering colonial Malaysian cuisine.

4 star rating

From: £42.00

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