After a hard day of cocktail classes, arrow-slinging in Sherwood Forest, cruising along the River Trent on a party boat and ending up in some of Nottingham’s top nightclubs, you’ll need somewhere safe, central and comfortable to disco nap before doing it all over again – which is where we come in. We aim to provide something for every single group staying in Nottingham, which is why we’ve hand-selected the very best hotels, apartments and hostels in the city for you to choose from. No matter whether you and your group are after grand, 4-star hotels with spacious rooms and living areas, or just want somewhere within walking distance of the city centre, to throw down your bags and get on with the mayhem, we’re certain to have an accommodation choice to suit your taste and budget.
If you’re after somewhere pretty fancy for your celebrations, look no further than St. James Hotel. Located in the heart of the city centre, well within walking distance of all those essential hen party restaurants, bars and clubs, this independent boutique hotel’s interiors are inspired by the luxurious grand palazzos of Venice – selfie, anyone? If you’re less bothered about swanky interiors but are still wanting the enviable city centre location, Park Plaza Nottingham is a great option for your hen party – with its minimalistic rooms and ease of access to Nottingham Arena, Nottingham Castle and the main nightlife strips in the city.
Also nestled within the heart of the city, you’ll find Market Street Apartments, Park Plaza, Best Western Plus Nottingham City Centre and Crowne Plaza Nottingham, all of which are within walking distance of some of the city’s best (and most Instagrammable) bars, as well as being just minutes from intu Victoria Centre, for your essential shopping fix.
When selecting hotels, apartments and hostels, we consider all manner of attributes, with location up there on our list. This means that, luckily for you, most of our accommodation options don’t require you to arrange long, drunken taxi rides around the city just to get back after a night out. Our furthest out of the city centre is Jurys Inn Nottingham, but even then, it’s going to take you no longer than 10 minutes in a taxi (costing around £15 on average) to get right into the vibrant heart of the city.
Here at LNOF we have secured allocations of rooms within all of the accommodation options that we offer. However, on occasions like bank holidays, Christmas and New Year, the city reaches peak popularity and rooms do fill extremely quickly. But fear not – your LNOF sales team member will let you know about any particularly busy weekends in Nottingham, and will try their very hardest to sort your accommodation out. Having said this, if you book up early enough, there’s usually no problem with room choice.
Sending you on your merry way without protection? Nott on our watch. Last Night Ltd are fully protected by ABTA (Y6354) which means that if anything should happen regarding your accommodation, you won’t lose out. See our ABTA page for more information on how ABTA effects your hen weekend in Nottingham.