In the heart of Nottingham city centre, Hart's Hotel & Kitchen sits on the old ramparts of Nottingham Castle, commanding sensational views across the Nottinghamshire countryside. This stylish hotel has 32 guest rooms, a private garden, and an intimate 2 AA rosette restaurant with alfresco dining. The hotel is pet-friendly.
The hotel has re-opened with new safety measures following Government Guidance. Hart's have been award AA-Covid Confident award as well as Visit Britains 'We're good to go' accreditation which shows they have taken the necessary steps to ensure the safety of their staff and guests.
What makes a stay at Hart's Hotel & Kitchen unique?
The hotel is renowned for its impeccable customer service and attention to detail. The effortless arrival experience sets the tone for a spectacular visit. Meticulous and discreet personal service is flawlessly delivered by carefully noting and recalling your preferences from previous visits and assisting with parking and luggage if required. Guests will love the personalised service in Hart's Kitchen. This is the perfect place to relax during your stay, and to enjoy a superb A la carte menu, snacks and an extensive drinks menu, cocooned from the bustle of Nottingham's city centre. Alfresco dining is also available during the summer months.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Hart's Hotel & Kitchen?
The en-suite guest bedrooms at this hotel are of the highest quality, with many guests returning time and time again. There are 32 guest bedrooms, 2 suites and 1 family room. All rooms have en-suite facilities and there is 24-hour room service. Furnished to luxury standards, the spacious rooms are stylish and welcoming. Both the beds and the bed linen are luxurious, with feather duvets and pillows creating the most comfortable of experiences. There are tea and coffee making facilities, as well as well-stocked mini bars.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Nottingham area?
Whether it's sport, shopping or the city's legendary nightlife you are looking for, Nottingham has it all – and of course, Robin Hood. The City also has a fantastic history and plenty of evidence of that remains to be explored. Add to that a rich cultural offering, and there are few better places for a couple of days away. The city also has a cultural life which belies its size. From a concert hall promoting top-drawer international orchestras through to a packed schedule of cutting-edge comedy, and from two theatres hosting national productions through to the smaller intimate venues, Nottingham has plenty to offer. Nottingham is currently a Unesco city of literature, so there are plenty of reasons to visit.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The hotel's award-winning restaurant has long enjoyed a reputation as Nottingham's most successful dining venue. From breakfast through to dinner, all food is cooked using the very best local produce, including bread from the award-winning Hambleton Bakery and meat from Melton Mowbray's best butchers, Dickinson and Morris. With diligent service and inspired modern British menus, the emphasis at Hart's is on simple, classic flavours and the best ingredients available. Head chef Martin Sludds together with Executive Chef Aaron Patterson from Hambleton Hall, blends premium-quality ingredients to produce stunning dishes.