The Best Cheap Hotels in Nottingham, England

Make sure you have afternoon tea at the artfully-crafted boutique Lace Market Hotel
Make sure you have afternoon tea at the artfully-crafted boutique Lace Market Hotel | Courtesy of Lace Market Hotel / Expedia.com
Photo of Leon Beckenham
15 June 2021

Nottingham will always be best known for legendary outlaw Robin Hood but today, there’s also medieval attractions, a thriving nightlife scene, top-class shopping and a healthy student population. If you fancy visiting on the cheap, there’s an abundance of budget-friendly hotels to choose from, too, with free breakfasts, luxe touches and city-centre locations – all bookable with Culture Trip.

Roomzzz Nottingham City

Chain Hotel
4.6/5 (565 Reviews)
Roomzzz Nottingham City
Courtesy of Roomzzz Nottingham City / Expedia.com
One sure-fire way to save a few quid is to opt for a self-catering stay, and these smart city-centre apartments offer just that. There’s a compact studio apartment, perfect for couples, up to the two-bedroom penthouse sleeping four. All offer surprisingly luxe touches, too, like heated bathroom floors and quality king-size beds. A free grab-and-go breakfast saves you even more, plus the location puts central Nottingham within easy walking distance.
More info

Hilton Nottingham

Chain Hotel
3.5/5 (978 Reviews)
Hilton Nottingham
Courtesy of Hilton Nottingham / Expedia.com

Hilton isn’t a brand most would associate with budget lodgings, but you can snag some surprisingly good deals at this one. It occupies a handsome red-brick building in the heart of the city, so getting around is a cinch – plus the shops and restaurants of the Victoria Centre are right next door. Rooms are bright and modern with all the usual comforts and the ground floor features a bar and kitchen serving breakfast, evening cocktails and everything in between.

More info

Park Plaza Nottingham

Chain Hotel
4.1/5 (972 Reviews)
Park Plaza Nottingham
Courtesy of Park Plaza Nottingham / Expedia.com
Step inside the Park Plaza Nottingham and you will find an updated hotel with everything you’ll need for a pleasant stay. Tidy and unfussy rooms have big comfy beds and powerful showers, while those on higher floors offer decent cityscape views. It’s a short stroll from the castle and lots of great dining options, plus the hotel’s own South-American-meets-Asian fusion restaurant is definitely worth a try.
More info

The Bentinck Hotel

Independent Hotel
Map View
The Bentinck Hotel
Courtesy of The Bentinck Hotel / Booking.com
If you’re planning on arriving by train, you won’t find decent budget lodgings much closer to the station than The Bentinck Hotel. This refurbished 18th-century red-brick tavern has just 13 rooms, split between those with ensuite bathrooms and those with shared facilities. For extra savings, guests get a free continental breakfast in the hotel’s bar and brasserie plus a discount on a hearty menu of pub grub served throughout the day.

Mercure Nottingham City Centre George Hotel

Chain Hotel
Mercure Nottingham City Centre George Hotel
Courtesy of Mercure Nottingham City Centre George Hotel / Expedia.com
If you’re looking for a little eccentric glitz for your money, you’ll find it behind the Georgian red bricks of this city-centre hotel. Room decor is heavy on the quirk, with even the entry-level options finished in a playfully jazzy style. Splash out a little more for in-room perks like Nespresso machines and fluffy robes. The Curious Tavern continues the whimsical theme and is a great spot for enjoying the likes of oysters, handmade pizza and excellent cask ales.
More info

Why Book With Culture Trip?

  • Free cancellation

    In these uncertain times, cancel or change for free on select properties.

  • Price-match guarantee

    Find a better price on your booking and we’ll match it. Simple.

  • Unbiased & trustworthy

    Book from recommendations handpicked by travel experts.

  • Lace Market Hotel

    Chain Hotel
    4.4/5 (350 Reviews)
    Lace Market Hotel
    Courtesy of Lace Market Hotel / Expedia.com
    On a scenic street corner overlooking a 15th-century church, the Lace Market Hotel is an artfully-crafted boutique property with lots to love. There are rooms for all budgets, from standard singles to premium studios, all with super comfy beds, plush carpets and eye-pleasing decor. Afternoon tea is a highlight at the hotel’s Saint Bar and, for something a little stronger, the hotel’s Cock and Hoop pub next door has real ales and great steaks.
    More info

    The Cottage Hotel

    Independent Hotel
    4/5 (23 Reviews)
    The Cottage Hotel
    Courtesy of The Cottage Hotel / Expedia.com
    As the name hints, there’s oodles of rustic charm in this quaint hotel set in the village of Ruddington, just outside Nottingham. A collection of 17th-century cottages were converted to create these cosy lodgings. Rooms range from snug doubles to spacious suites, many overlooking the pretty garden. An airy, classically-styled restaurant offers a menu of locally-procured produce. There’s also a honeysuckle-scented central courtyard where you can relax with a drink.
    More info

    Delta Hotels by Marriott Nottingham Belfry

    Chain Hotel
    Delta Hotels by Marriott Nottingham Belfry
    Courtesy of Delta Hotels by Marriott Nottingham Belfry / Expedia.com
    Set right next to the Nottingham Business Park, this hotel is a top pick for those who don’t need to stay central. Its location means you get great value for money, with a fully-equipped leisure club, spa facilities and gym for guests. Smart contemporary rooms come with luxury bedding and, after a great night’s slumber, a hearty breakfast buffet awaits in The Lawrence restaurant.
    More info
    These recommendations were updated on June 15, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

    Cookies Policy

    We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements. To allow us to provide a better and more tailored experience please click "OK"