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  • Morley Hayes Hotel

    Morley Hayes Hotel


    Only 15 minutes from Derby and the M1 motorway, the Morley Hayes Hotel offers luxurious rooms, many with balconies. It has 2 golf courses, 2 restaurants and a helipad. Very well maintained hotel with excellent facilities. Room was very spacious with plenty of storage. Everything is kept very clean. Staff are very friendly. Good selection of food for breakfast and Roosters Bar & Grill is a great place for a casual dinner with plenty of options. We have stayed here 3 times and will again when we next visit.

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    Avg. price/night: £85
    9.4 Superb 250 reviews
  • Kings Highway by Marston's Inns

    Kings Highway by Marston's Inns


    Offering a restaurant, a bar and 24-hour front desk, Kings Highway is located just 7 minutes' drive from Derby centre. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout. Good breakfast choices. Pub grub selection very good and tasty.

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    Avg. price/night: £50
    8.5 Very good 1,136 reviews
  • Aston Court Hotel

    Aston Court Hotel


    In the heart of Derby, this modern city-centre hotel offers free Wi-Fi internet access and friendly service. Derby Train Station is a brief walk away. From the first time you enter the reception you are greet with a beautiful genuine smile...i stayed in the most comfortable single room which had a double bed and unsuite bathroom...the breakfast times were very well thought out and the dining area was very spacious with a breakfast buffet with plenty of choices...with the train station just across the road, bus to the city centre beside it or a 7-8 minute walk from the hotel to the city centre...10/10 for service, staff and location...

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    Avg. price/night: £39.85
    8.3 Very good 1,381 reviews
  • Hallmark Hotel Derby Midland

    Hallmark Hotel Derby Midland


    Directly opposite Derby Railway Station, Hallmark Hotel Derby offers luxury bedrooms and an innovative Brasserie restaurant. Just in front of the train station; walking distance to the city center; courtesy of staff, they provided me with a socket adaptor and gave me a lot of useful information.

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    Avg. price/night: £50.15
    8.0 Very good 1,207 reviews
  • Hallmark Hotel Derby Mickleover Court

    Hallmark Hotel Derby Mickleover Court


    The 4-star Hallmark Hotel Derby - Mickleover Court Hotel is just 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Derby. Always stay when in England convenient and friendly

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    Avg. price/night: £63.75
    8.1 Very good 1,010 reviews
  • Holiday Inn Express Derby Pride Park

    Holiday Inn Express Derby Pride Park


    Just 10 minutes’ walk from Derby town centre, Holiday Inn Express offers modern, bright rooms with private in-room bathrooms. Free WiFi is available throughout. great breakfast. excellent value for money. superb staff.

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    Avg. price/night: £52
    8.7 Fabulous 1,049 reviews

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Historic Pioneer with Noble Connections

Bordering the Peak District, pioneering Derby was the site of the first factory during the Industrial Revolution. The city was a silk producer and a former mill forms part of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Derwent Valley Mills, lining the Derwent River between Derby and Matlock.

Also by the river is Darley Park which hosts an annual chamber orchestra concert. The city centre arboretum was England’s first public park, and Markeaton Park in the north-west has a light railway. Nearby is the university campus and 18th-century Kedleston Hall, a Palladian-style mansion involved in filming of ‘The Duchess’.

Another royal connection is Bonnie Prince Charlie who stayed at Exeter House. A replica of his room is in Derby Museum and Art Gallery, and there is a statue of him in Cathedral Square. Opposite is the oldest pub, the Dolphin Inn, but the best nightlife is around Friar Gate.

The nearby Cathedral Quarter is full of eateries and shops, and the Westfield Centre houses big name brands. The Grade II-listed Market Hall offers a range of stalls above underground tunnels which are supposedly haunted by one of Derby’s many ghosts.

Derby County FC play at Pride Park, near the train station and several hotels with parking. also offers cheap apartments and guest houses near East Midlands Airport.