Hull is located in the East Riding of Yorkshire and takes its name from the River Hull upon which it is located on. Situated in Yorkshire means it has a variety of countryside attractions available and an abundance of greenery whilst still having a cosmopolitan city feel and all of the facilities you would expect from a city centre environment.
There are lots of attractions in Hull available for all visitors, whether you are a family or just a couple looking to get a feel of some of the culture on offer. The shipping and fishing history of the city is celebrated and many shipping related museums are all available in the Museum Quarter of Hull. The main museums are the Maritime Museum and The Hull and East Riding Museum but in addition to this there are several further more niche museums which you may be interested in such as The Artic Corsair Trawler ship which was really used for fishing, The Street Life Museum and Hands on History which is in the historic Hull Grammar School and provides a look into life in the city in Victorian times.
Surrounding Hull there is lots to see and do which take advantage of its rural location and this includes the many parks such as East Park. East Park in Hull is several acres of parkland with lots of things to do such as an adventure playground, boating, an aviary and even an animal centre which is like a mini zoo.
As the city has undergone lots of refurbishment you will find lots of new and modern facilities such as coffee shops, cinemas, bowling and the new shopping centre with all of the popular high street brands in one place.
Hotels in Hull
When it comes to comparing hotel prices in Hull it can be a minefield especially as there are so many types of hotels to choose from. These start with budget friendly city centre hotels and can go up towards the luxury country house hotels which are located on the outskirts of the city centre. In order to make choosing a hotel in Hull an easier process you should identify what you are looking for from your hotel and short break in Hull.
For those looking for a budget hotel in the city centre Holiday Inn Express in Hull tends to be the ultimate destination of choice. The hotel has three stars and has the most central location which could possibly be achieved, right on top of the new shopping centre of Hull, St Stephens. Underneath you will find shops, cinemas and restaurants, what more could you want?
At the other end of the scale, in a relatively secluded location with stunning views of the sea and the countryside you will find The Hallmark Hotel which is notable in the area. The hotel is a four star rated accommodation option and is completely luxurious with beautiful interiors and the very best facilities available.
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