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Hotels in Derbyshire

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Hotels in Derbyshire

Looking for a place to stay in Derbyshire? Well, Orbitz has 61 hotels, most of which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location.

No matter what your traveling style, you're likely to find a hotel that suits your needs. And you can always stay in the heart of the action — Elvaston Castle Country Park, iPro Stadium, Derby Museum & Art Gallery, Markeaton Park and Darley Abbey Park are calling your name.


Outdoor activities in Derbyshire

There are ways to kick back in Derbyshire beyond its marquee attractions. Forestry Commission and Elvaston Castle Country Parkare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.


Best times to visit Derbyshire

Love a good deal? Orbitz offers them every day, but in November, January and February, the savings in Derbyshire are even better. During these months, you can expect to save an average of 18%, 15% and 11%, respectively


Best times to visit Derbyshire

Love a good deal? Orbitz offers them every day, but in November, January and February, the savings in Derbyshire are even better. During these months, you can expect to save an average of 18%, 15% and 11%, respectively


Activities in Derbyshire

Make sure you leave time for play while in Derbyshire! You won't want to miss the tasty snacks and adrenaline-inducing rides at Cathedral Quarter Wheel and Megazone Derby, for instance. For an afternoon of family-friendly fun, watch a movie at Showcase Derby Cinema de Lux. iPro Stadium is a destination for sports fans and concertgoers alike.

CS1 Sauna offers a serene environment to visitors looking for a little pampering and relaxation.


Nightlife in Derbyshire

Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at Vines Bar, The Blue Note Club and The Thomas Leaper. Derbyshire's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.


Where to eat in Derbyshire

You can really get to know a destination through its restaurant scene. Discover another side of Derbyshire by biting into the entrees at Harvester Pride Park, Mansion Derby and Anoki — it'll give you more energy for sightseeing.


Where to eat in Derbyshire

You can really get to know a destination through its restaurant scene. Discover another side of Derbyshire by biting into the entrees at Harvester Pride Park, Mansion Derby and Anoki — it'll give you more energy for sightseeing.


Activities in Derbyshire

Make sure you leave time for play while in Derbyshire! You won't want to miss the tasty snacks and adrenaline-inducing rides at Cathedral Quarter Wheel and Megazone Derby, for instance. For an afternoon of family-friendly fun, watch a movie at Showcase Derby Cinema de Lux. iPro Stadium is a destination for sports fans and concertgoers alike.

CS1 Sauna offers a serene environment to visitors looking for a little pampering and relaxation.


Getting to Derbyshire

If you're flying in, head for East Midlands Airport — it's one of Derbyshire's main transportation hubs.


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4.0

Hallmark Inn Derby

Good place for business trips

Good hotel with perfect location very close to the railway station.

A verified traveler

2 years ago

4.0

Holiday Inn Express Derby Pride Park

great staff

First time in UK, Simon hotel clerk was wonderful. Went out of his way to help. Made me feel very welcomed. Single women traveling alone I felt safe and secure at all times.

A verified traveler

7 years ago

5.0

Novotel Nottingham Derby

Went out of our way to stay here second time

This hotel is great, almost couldn't ask for anything more. Modern, clean, large room, the only hotel we found that was truly handicapped accessible friendly with a great bathroom. The lift is a bit tight, and the location--Nottingham-- is the middle of nowhere unfortunately.

A verified traveler

9 months ago

4.0

ibis Chesterfield Centre – Market Town

Very conveniently located and inexpensive

I spent 3 nights here recently, when I returned to my hometown of Chesterfield to visit family and friends. The ibis is very conveniently located close to the centre of Chesterfield, but you have to take your life in your hands if you want to walk into town. There are no pedestrian crossings nearby, and the road and roundabout that you have to get across are both very busy. The hotel is nothing fancy, but it was clean, comfortable and pretty spacious. It was a little noisy one of the nights, which I don't think was helped by the ability for people to wander about in the elevator and along the corridors with pints of beer in their hands.

A verified traveler

1 year ago