The Bentinck Hotel

A Hotel in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Station Street
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
England
NG2 3AJ

The Bentinck Hotel, Nottingham

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Welcome to the Bentinck Hotel: The Bentinck Hotel Bar and Brasserie is situated next to the Rail & Tram Stations in Nottingham City Centre. The Hotel was refurbished in 2013 and is under new management and owners.

Conveniently situated in the heart of Nottingham for attractions such as: Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall just 10 mins walk away Capital FM Arena National Ice Centre Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre for rowing canoeing whitewater rafting and waterskiing Nottingham University Sherwood Forest Nottingham Castle Nottingham Forest and Nottingham City football grounds Dog Racing at Colwick Horse racing at Nottingham Racecourse (Colwick Park) and at Southwell Racecourse Rolleston Nr Newark. All things Robin Hood and Merry men, Sheriff of Nottingham, and Maid Marion related! To learn more about local places of interest and Robin Hood please see the Attractions page. The hotel is an ideal base for both business and tourism because of it's proximity to Nottingham railway station and within easy reach of the city centre and attractions.

4 star rating

From: £65.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Desk
Iron
Wireless internet connection
Hairdryer
Colour television
Internet access
Ironing board
Freeview
Non-smoking

Amenities
Wakeup call
Restaurant
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)
Baggage store
Lounge

Parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Printer

Dining Facilities
The Bentinck Hotel has a high quality bar and brasserie that is quickly becoming a popular place to eat and drink in Nottingham. We have an excellent menu and guests will enjoy the relaxed and stylish ambience. Browse our gallery below to find out more about what you can expect. We hope to see you soon.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Cots

Pet Policy
No pets

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Nottingham Travel and Heritage Information

Nottingham Castle - 0.1 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Robin Hood Statue - 0.2 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Nottingham, St Peter's Church - 0.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard - 0.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

National Justice Museum - 0.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Nottingham, St Mary's Church - 0.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Wollaton Hall and Natural History Museum - 2.5 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Holme Pierrepont Hall - 3.5 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Strelley, All Saints Church - 4.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Papplewick Pumping Station - 7.8 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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