The Huddersfield Hotel

A Hotel in Huddersfield, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

41 Kirkgate
Huddersfield
Yorkshire
England
HD1 1QT

The Huddersfield Hotel, Huddersfield

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The Huddersfield Hotel is situated in the City Centre. Location of the hotel is perfect for leisure and business travellers. We are a recently refurbished hotel offering the best prices in Huddersfield.

Combining the high standards of the 21st century with traditional values of days gone by. Each room here will provide with flat-screen TV free Wi-Fi and hot drink facilities. We offer possibility for early check in and late check out on request pets are allowed.

It is a 10 minute walk from the John Smiths Stadium 6 minute walk from Train station and 4 minute walk from Theatre. It is a 5 minute walk away from the University 3 minute walk from Sainsburys Supermarket 1 minute away from Kingsgate Shopping Centre. We are a recently refurbished hotel offering the best prices in Huddersfield.

Combining the high standards of the 21st century with traditional values of days gone by. Each room here will provide with flat-screen TV free Wi-Fi and hot drink facilities. Some rooms have a work desk fridge or microwave.

We offer early breakfast possibility for late check in after reception closing hours early and late check out on request pets are allowed. Hotel policies: Check in: 14:00 hours Check out: 11:00 hours Payment at arrival. A credit card details are required to secure your reservation.

We will not charge credit card before your arrival. If cancelled up 1 day before the date of arrival no fee will be charged. If cancelled later or in case of no-show 100% of the first night will be charged.

Please note we DO NOT have car parking available!

3 star rating

Room Facilities
Free Wireless internet connection
Colour television
Internet access
Iron
Refrigerator
Balcony/Terrace
Desk
Non-smoking
Tea and coffee making facilities
Ironing board
Pets allowed

Amenities
Lift
Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)
24-hour reception

Parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Printer
Photocopier
Desk

Dining Facilities

Meals

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
Other small pets
Dogs
Cats

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