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Leeds City Centre Introduction

Leeds City Centre is a compelling blend of Victorian grandeur and sleek modernity, and among Northern England's most dynamic urban hotspots. It's widely revered as one of the country's most stylish shopping destinations, with exclusive department stores, dazzling designer fashion boutiques and elegant covered arcades to explore. A cosmopolitan population of students and young professionals fuels vibrant nightlife – take your pick from quaint pubs, swanky champagne bars or pulsing clubs. If you're hankering for a gentler pace, there's also a wealth of leafy parks and public gardens to stroll around.

Hotels in Leeds City Centre

There are hotels in Leeds City Centre to suit the needs of everyone, from cash-strapped students to extravagant honeymooners. If you're looking to splurge, there are upscale hotels with alluring amenities, like sleek fitness centres, laid-back lounge bars and rooftop terraces. Alternatively, there are luxurious apartment hotels offering airy suites with balconies and contemporary decor. If, on the other hand, you'd rather keep accommodation costs down, you'll find cosy guesthouses with lounges and kitchenettes, as well as modern budget hotels where your room rate may include free parking and WiFi.

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Where to stay

Leeds City Centre is compact and simple to navigate on foot, so wherever you choose to stay you'll be surrounded by eye-catching architecture, compelling cultural attractions and a wealth of tempting options for dining and drinking. Committed shopaholics may want to base themselves around Briggate, the heart of the city's shopping district. Here, you'll find bustling covered markets, state-of-the-art malls and all your favourite high street chains. Architecture buffs and culture vultures may prefer to stay closer to the Civic Quarter, home to some of the city's most prestigious museums and galleries.

Things to see

The Leeds Art Gallery is renowned for its enthralling collection of 19th and 20th-century British art, which includes masterpieces by the likes of Edward Armitage, Wyndham Lewis and Francis Bacon. The neighbouring Henry Moore Institute is home to a wealth of iconic artworks by the legendary British sculptor, who spent his formative years in Leeds. A short walk away stands the Cathedral Church of St Anne, a stunningly preserved example of Gothic Revival architecture. Continue your trip back in time with a wander around Leeds Kirkgate Market, housed in an ostentatious Victorian building. Perhaps its greatest claim to fame is as the birthplace of ubiquitous British retailer, Marks & Spencer.

How to get to Leeds City Centre

Leeds Bradford Airport is served by daily flights from cities across the UK and Europe. From here, you can reach Leeds City Centre in around 25 minutes by car or 35 minutes by bus. Leeds railway station is another major transport hub, with regular direct trains from London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and numerous other British cities. If you're confining your visit to Leeds City Centre, you'll find it perfectly easy to get around on foot. Should you wish to explore the city more extensively, there's a wide-ranging bus network and taxis are readily available.

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