Midtown Hostel
£56Jan 1–2, 2020
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Midtown Hostel

£56
5a Thurland St, Nottingham NG1 3DR0115 808 1167
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53 reviews
Great location
Great service
Simple dorm-style and private rooms with free WiFi, in a hostel offering a TV lounge.
Save £15 if you stay Jan 2–3, 2020.

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Thu, Jan 2
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Location summary

4.0
Neighborhood: Nottingham city centre
Great for visitors
Diverse downtown with Nottingham Castle museum & gardens, plus trendy nightlife & old-timey pubs.

Review summary

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4.0
Very good
53 Google reviews

People often mention

LocationMentioned in 11 Google reviews
91% positive
PropertyMentioned in 13 Google reviews
85% positive
ServiceMentioned in 12 Google reviews
75% positive
SleepMentioned in 5 Google reviews
60% positive
CleanlinessMentioned in 5 Google reviews
80% positive
What guests are saying
Brett Davidson"Good location, showers and bed in good condition, friendly staff and good wifi."
Bella Walker"The place is very small and the rooms do not offer much if any sound insulation."
Leroy Simon"Thanks to Lol and her mother, Midtown Hostel felt like home."

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About this hotel

In a traditional townhouse, this no-nonsense hostel is a 3-minute walk from the intu Victoria Centre shopping centre and 12 minutes from the 17th-century manor house museum, Nottingham Castle.

Free Wi-Fi
5a Thurland St, Nottingham NG1 3DR
0115 808 1167
Check in
Wed, Jan 1
Check out
Thu, Jan 2

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Review summary

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Rooms3.7Location4.9Service4.3

Ratings by traveler type

  • Solo
    4.3/5
    Rooms
    3.6
    • Guests liked the clean rooms
    Location
    4.9
    Service
    4.4
    • Guests appreciated the friendly staff
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Neighborhood - Nottingham city centre

The City Centre is anchored by Old Market Square, a big, bustling space surrounded by shopping streets, malls, and eye-catching industrial buildings repurposed as offices or eateries. Perched on a sandstone bluff, Nottingham Castle (currently closed) has local history exhibits and views from the grounds. A buzzing nightlife and entertainment scene includes centuries-old pubs, hip cocktail bars, and concert venues.

Hotel location score

4.0
Great location overall for sightseeing, recreation, and getting around
4.1 Great for proximity to things to do
4.2 Great for proximity to transit
2.1 OK for airport access
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5a Thurland St, Nottingham NG1 3DR
1. Nottingham Castle, Museum & Art Gallery
Mansion with displays on local history, decorative items and work by renowned international artists.
Rating (2,060)
4.1
Distance
11 min
2. City of Caves
Cave network attraction under the city that has been adapted by man since Anglo-Saxon times.
Rating (539)
4.3
Distance
6 min
3. National Justice Museum
Penal system history tracing local legal institutions back to the 1780s, with interactive tours.
Rating (912)
4.5
Distance
7 min
4. Wollaton Hall
Majestic 16th-century estate in lush surrounds with period-furnished chambers & a museum.
Distance
21 min
5. Nottingham Contemporary
Elegant building sunk into a sandstone cliff with modern art galleries, a learning area and a cafe.
Rating (1,043)
4.3
Distance
5 min
6. The Arboretum, Nottingham
Victorian park with collection of more than 800 trees, some of which planted when it opened in 1852.
Rating (1,454)
4.6
Distance
12 min
7. Trent Bridge Cricket Ground
Large sporting ground seating 15,000, featuring a state-of-the-art roof, squash courts and library.
Rating (2,610)
4.6
Distance
9 min
8. Wollaton Hall, Gardens and Deer Park
16th-century, English Renaissance style mansion housing natural history museum, set in parkland.
Rating (7,005)
4.7
Distance
21 min
9. Robin Hood statue
This striking monument in a quaint village square honors the local legend, Robin Hood.
Rating (1,159)
4.3
Distance
9 min
10. Holme Pierrepont Country Park, home of The National Water Sports Centre
Sprawling, 270-acre resort with rooms & a cottage, plus a cafe, a bar & water sports.
Rating (608)
4.4
Distance
14 min
11. Green's Windmill and Science Centre
Restored windmill, built in the 1800s, with workings on display and kids' scientific discovery zone.
Rating (600)
4.5
Distance
13 min
12. National Ice Centre
Home of Nottingham Lions ice hockey team, with family skating, toddler sessions and private parties.
Rating (976)
4.5
Distance
9 min
13. Stonebridge City Farm
Rating (658)
4.6
Distance
13 min
14. Wollaton Park
500 acres of grassland, wetlands & woodlands surrounding Wollaston Hall, known for deer sightings.
Distance
20 min
15. St Mary's Church, Nottingham
Large church hosting regular services and civic ceremonies in a fine Gothic-style medieval building.
Rating (42)
4.8
Distance
7 min
Nearby
Transit stops
Victoria Bus Station (Bay 5) 9 min
Lace Market Tram Stop 3 min
Fletcher Gate (Stop H1) 3 min
Beastmarket Hill (Stop B2) 5 min
Victoria Centre (Stop V1) 2 min
From
Manchester Airport
Taxi 1 hr 52
Public transit 2 hr 33
From
Birmingham Airport
Taxi 1 hr 7
Public transit 1 hr 47
From
East Midlands Airport
Taxi 35 min
Public transit 51 min

Details

In a traditional townhouse, this no-nonsense hostel is a 3-minute walk from the intu Victoria Centre shopping centre and 12 minutes from the 17th-century manor house museum, Nottingham Castle.

The simple, dorm-style rooms with bunk beds all include free WiFi and have shared bathrooms. Private rooms are also available.

There's a guest lounge with a TV and a video games console.

Highlights

Great location
Great service

Address

5a Thurland St, Nottingham NG1 3DR

Contact

0115 808 1167

Check-in time

3:00 pm

Check-out time

11:00 am

Amenities

Free Wi-Fi
Full service laundry
Kid-friendly
Smoke-free property
No free breakfast
No parking
No pools
No hot tub
No air conditioning
No pets
No fitness center
Not all inclusive
No spa
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