Sheffield Hotels – The River Sheaf runs through this most famous local. This city is thriving and bustling with modern day advancement that blends seamlessly with the city’s relics of the past. The city continues to grow and expand as the eighth largest city in the UK. Once a very popular industrial hub for stainless steel, it was not until 1893 that the City of Sheffield received its very own municipal charter.
When traveling to Sheffield, take advantage of great hotels, bed & breakfast or cheap hotel options. The area is teaming with great accommodation options for you to stay at during your visit to Sheffield. If money is no object then experience Sheffield’s finest hotels such as the city’s first boutique hotel called Leopold Hotel. The Mercure Sheffield St Pauls Hotel Spa, Novotel Sheffield Centre and Copthorne Hotel Sheffield also offer first class 5-star hotel options.
Modern day life in Sheffield offers great restaurant and nightlife to amuse the most traveled world explorer. Dine at restaurants like Walnut Club which features a live pianist, the bring your own wine Rafters Restaurant, and the famous Nonna’s for their 4 course tomato festival dinners. Getting around Sheffield is made easy with Sheffield tram service, buses and local taxi service. Sheffield’s tram service is the most popular of the three transportations services on offer.
Sheffield Trams run every 10 minutes so you never have to wait long. Sheffield appeals to all walks of life. Experience your favorite sporting event at the famous local sporting stadium. The city has managed to keep an air of mystic while at the same time incorporating the advancements of society expected in such a livily and innovating city in the 21st century.