The famed novelist and playwright D. H. Lawrence once said: 'Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you've got to say, and say it hot.'
This spirit informed on his work and that spirit was very, much engrained in him by the town of Derby the birthed the author. You can see this and the contemplative but lively nature of Derby streets. In a way, this town has become a mecca for admirers of the author who often fill the hotels in Derby as they celebrate the man and his work. The town is situated near the River Derwent and it is consequently a factory town. However, that is not all there is to this city's rich history.
Down Market Derby
Even with all of its history, those looking to stay in Derby on a budget have some nice choices before them. One of the cheap hotels in Derby is The Hallmark Inn Derby a charming establishing that won't empty your wallet. This hotel is only a short walk to the rail station making it perfect for travelers and its stripped down nature makes it perfect for those on a short stay. The hotel features tea & coffee making facilities, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Another option for folks looking for cheap hotels is the Premier Inn Derby West. This is another striped down temporary domicile kitted with the bare amenities for travelers that include TVs with digital channels, ensuite bathrooms with showers, free Wi-Fi, tea & coffee making facilities, and desks.
Class in Derby
For those looking for a bit more of a posh experience while in Derby there are also several luxury Derby hotels. One of the most noted amongst these hotels is The Bubble Inn, a place with both a charming name and decor. This hotel is located near the Pride Park Stadium and not too far from the Donington Park race track or the popular the Kedleston Hall country house. It offers its guest amenities like flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and tea & coffee making facilities. One of the other luxury hotels in Derby is the Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club. As the name implies this place is an experience on its owns and includes 300 acres of landscaped grounds, a traditional English restaurant, bay windows, tea & coffee making facilities and Wi-Fi (with a fee).
A Boutique in Derby
The history of Derby is one of its main attractions and there can be seen in the preservation of some of it most enchanting antique structures. Among them is the famed Cathedral Quarter Hotel a boutique hotel built out of a classic build that houses a contemporary style. Unlike of the hotels in Derby, it has a unique exterior and interior design that melds together well, creating a very interesting destination. The building was once a police station that dates back hundreds of years and has all of its original features making it an attractive choice for history buffs. The hotel offers luxuries such as 26-inch TVs, minibars, baths featuring color-changing lights and TVs and much more.