Park Plaza Leeds puts you opposite the railway station
Park Plaza Leeds, a city centre hotel, puts you an easy walk or drive from the area’s best attractions and makes it convenient to catch a train or flight for destinations further afield. If you are in Leeds for a shopping break
, you can enjoy staying opposite Trinity Leeds shopping centre. History lovers can make the quick jaunt to the nearby Royal Armouries Museum or Kirkstall Abbey while arts aficionados will enjoy exploring the City Art Gallery and taking in a show at Leeds Grand Theatre & Opera House or West Yorkshire Playhouse. Perfect for both leisure and business travellers
, Park Plaza Leeds is just a short drive from West Yorkshire’s best things to see and do.
Consider these local attractions for your vacation itinerary:
- Brontë Parsonage (27 miles)
Step into the world of the Brontë sisters, the women who wrote some of the greatest literary works in the English language. The parsonage is where Emily penned her most famous piece, Wuthering Heights.
T: +44 (0) 15 3564 2323
- First Direct Arena Leeds (1 miles)
A world-class facility, this arena hosts internationally renowned talent in music, dancing, gymnastics and more. Check the website for an up-to-date calendar of events.
T: +44 (0) 84 4248 1585
- Granary Wharf (0.5 miles)
This lovely waterfront area is filled with walking and jogging paths, bars, coffee shops, restaurants and beautiful archways. It’s the perfect place for a walk with family and friends.
T: +44 (0) 11 3243 0401
- Grand Theatre and Opera House (1 mile)
Have an early dinner in Chino Latino, then put on your theatre outfit and head out for a fabulous live show at this 100-year-old Leeds landmark.
T: +44 (0) 84 4848 2700
- Harewood House (7.8 miles)
Formerly the home of the Earl and Countess of Harewood, this historic edifice lies only a short drive from our hotel. The grounds, laid out by Capability Brown himself, are filled with plants, birds, deer and even a small farm experience.
T: +44 (0) 11 3218 1010
- John Lewis Leeds (0.4 miles)
Located inside Victoria Gate, this department store is the largest John Lewis in the chain outside London. Shop for smart items in any department here.
T: +44 (0) 11 3394 6200
- Kirkstall Abbey (3.7 miles)
An excellent example of early Cistercian architecture, this finely kept Abbey was constructed in 1152. The large park is an excellent spot to stretch your legs or sit and meditate.
- Leeds Art Gallery (0.7 miles)
Filled with an impressive collection of art from a variety of eras, this gallery is worth a tour for arts enthusiasts and city visitors alike. You won’t want to miss the gift shop, either.
T: +44 (0) 11 3378 5350
- Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills (2.2 miles)
Housed in Armley Mills, which was once one of the largest woollen mills in the world, this museum preserves the stories of those who worked in the mills from the 18th century to the present day.
T: +44 (0) 11 3378 3173
- Royal Armouries Museum (1.4 miles)
Featuring a fascinating collection and lots of interactive exhibits, the Armouries is Britain’s national museum of arms and armour. You can see 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 (opposite hotel)
Since its opening four years ago, this shopping centre has provided the best in fashion, food and film to Leeds area travellers. It boasts 120 retail stores, a delightful array of restaurants, bars and cafés, and a cinema with 500 seats across three auditoriums.
T: +44 (0) 11 3394 2415
- Victoria Leeds (0.5 miles)
The perfect place to browse for your choice of fine merchandise, Victoria Leeds is one of Leeds’ newest retail developments and offers upmarket shopping and dining.
T: +44(0) 11 3245 5333