Welcome to the Mercure Hotel Nottingham City Centre. A boutique hotel that’s conveniently located in the heart of the vibrant City Centre and situated within The Lace Market – the creative sector of Nottingham.
This 4 star Nottingham hotel boasts an extensive variety of bedroom designs from the compact City Pad to the unique and Curiously themed George Suite. All of the bedrooms have been uniquely designed to provide comfort with style. Unquestionably one of the most unique boutique hotels in Nottingham city centre.
Our flexible ‘Pay Later’ rates mean you can cancel your booking without charge up until 2pm on the day of arrival, because we understand plans can change.
Explore the 360 degree virtual tour of Nottingham hotel.
* facility is available in privilege rooms and suites only.
Work out with state of the art equipment
Sip signature cocktails in a chic setting
Meeting venues for every occasion
All-day dining and room service at its best
Significant steps taken to make your stay more sustainable.
Proud certified property. You can be extra sure of a welcoming stay.
Our fabulous George Suite has a built in stage, character wall panels and beautiful chandeliers.
With a built in sound system, LCD Projector & Screen, High-Speed Wi-Fi plus natural daylight, air conditioning and climate control we have all the basics built in to ensure your next event is a success.
Produced by the incredible Roger Taylor and fellow band member of Queen Brian May, The Queen Extravaganza Nottingham has been designed especially to facilitate new fans, together with the long-standing fans, to truly immerse themselves and celebrate the music of one of the biggest bands in the world.
Since opening, Nottingham Contemporary has always been innovative when it comes to exhibitions, events, workshops and performances. Next year on Saturday 14th January 2023 they are all set up to do it again, this year with a showing of F.W. Murnau’s version of Nosferatu.
The New Year's Eve Gala 2022 at The Royal Concert Hall begins at 6pm and has a running time of just over two hours, meaning that those who wish to can make their way into Nottingham City Centre to experience the swell of excitement that is palpable at this time of year. So whether you’re planning on going out-out or heading home to spend a quiet night in with loved ones this gala is certainly a way to raise your spirits and get you in the celebratory mood.
BID stands for Business Improvement Districts and they are business led partnerships that are created through a ballot process to provide services to local businesses. If utilised correctly BIDs can be a formidable tool for businesses within the BID capture area. For example, activities which allows the business community to team up with local authorities and improve the local trading environment.
Beat The Streets is set to return to Nottingham on Sunday 29th January 2023! Last week the festival released its first line-up announcement which revealed the first wave of 25+ artists that will be joining the event to showcase their talents across your favourite City Centre venues.