Park Plaza located in Leeds city centre near popular sights
Located in the heart of the city and within walking distance of most of the city's main businesses, shopping centres and tourist attractions, the Park Plaza Leeds is one of the most convenient Leeds hotels. For easy travel around the city, the hotel is conveniently situated across from Leeds Railway Station and is just a short drive from Leeds Bradford Airport. If your itinerary includes sightseeing and shopping breaks
, then this hotel opposite Trinity Leeds shopping centre is ideal for you. You can easily travel to the nearby Royal Armouries Museum, City Art Gallery, Kirkstall Abbey, the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds Grand Theatre & Opera House, and West Yorkshire Playhouse. The Park Plaza Leeds hotel's prime location in the city centre makes this property ideal for both leisure and business travellers
Visit these local attractions near this Leeds city centre hotel:
- Armley Mills Museum (3.5 km)
The wool industry has played a vital role in the history of Leeds, and this museum displays a variety of 18th- and 19th-century pieces related to this important industry.
T: +44 (0) 11 3263 7861
- Brontë Parsonage (43.5 km)
This historic house was once home to famous authors Charlotte and Emily Brontë and is the site where Emily wrote her most famous work, Wuthering Heights.
T: +44 (0) 15 3564 2323
- First Direct Arena Leeds (1.6 km)
The First Direct Arena's purpose-built fan-shaped design provides visitors with a unique experience accompanied by world-class facilities.
T: +44 (0) 84 4248 1585
- Granary Wharf (0.8 km)
Located in the heart of Leeds, this unique area is rooted in the seafaring tradition. Today, it boasts beautiful archways, independent shops, restaurants and bars.
T: +44 (0) 11 3244 6570
- Grand Theatre and Opera House (1.6 km)
A landmark in Leeds for more than 100 years, this theatre hosts a wide spectrum of events, from ballet to pantomime.
T: +44 (0) 84 4848 2706
- Harewood House (12.6 km)
Just a short drive from this hotel in Leeds, the historic Harewood House belonged to the Earl and Countess of Harewood. A popular highlight on the property is the bird garden, which is home to more than 600 winged inhabitants.
T: +44 (0) 11 3218 1010
- Kirkstall Abbey (5.9 km)
Constructed in 1152, this remarkably well-preserved abbey is the best example of early Cistercian architecture in England.
- Leeds City Art Gallery (1.1 km)
The bulk of the collection at this impressive museum is comprised of works from the 19th and 20th centuries, but the French post-Impressionism movement and the Victorian and contemporary periods are represented as well.
T: +44 (0) 11 3247 8256
- Royal Armouries Museum (2.2 km)
One of the most popular Leeds attractions, this museum houses the national collection of arms and armour. Highlights include Henry VIII's tournament armour, jousting and falconry demonstrations in the summer and the impressive elephant armour.
T: +44 (0) 11 3220 1999
- Trinity Leeds Shopping Centre (opposite hotel)
A shopping and leisure complex opened during the spring of 2013, Trinity Leeds is home to 120 retail stores, a generous selection of restaurants, bars and cafés as well as a cinema with 500 seats across three auditoriums, a private screening lounge, an outdoor terrace and a bar.
T: +44 (0) 11 3394 2415