DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Nottingham - Gateway

Nottingham Hotel
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Total Meeting Space800 sq. m
Guest Rooms105
Nuthall Road
Nottingham NG8 6AZ

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Nottingham - Gateway

Nottingham Hotel
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Need Dates

  • 07/22/201809/07/2018
  • 10/22/201811/02/2018
  • 12/03/201801/25/2019


AA Hotel Services


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space800 sq. m
Meeting Rooms16
Largest Room414 sq. m
Second Largest Room300 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms105
Tax Rate20%
Occupancy Rate80%




Local Attractions

Nottingham Castle

Historical Landmark
3 mi. away
Nottingham Castle - a magnificent 17th century ducal mansion built on the site of the original Medieval Castle. Now the city's main museum and art gallery.
Lenton Road
Nottingham, GB NG1 6EL

Old Market Square

3 mi. away
The Old Market Square is the Central Point of Nottingham City Centre. The Council House is located here as well as the heart if the City encompassing many, boutiques, shops, eateries and restaurants.
Nottingham Market Square
Nottingham, GB NG1

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

4 mi. away
Bridgford Road
West Bridgford
Nottingham, GB NG2 6AG

The Corner House Nottingham

3 mi. away
The Corner House has it all under one roof. Whether it's a film, a beauty treatment, a meal, a relaxing drink, or a night of fun, it’s the perfect place whatever your age.
Burton Street
Nottingham, GB NG1 4DB

National Ice Arena

3 mi. away
The National Ice Arena The National Ice Centre was constructed on the site of the former Nottingham Ice Stadium, which opened in 1939 and was showing its age. Plans to replace the stadium were first announced in September 1995. The estimated cost of replacement was £13 million, part of which was to come from National Lottery funds. The plans were unveiled in October 1996, by which time the British Olympic Association had got behind the proposal. Several buildings were demolished to make way for the new ice centre; This included an Art Deco warehouse and "The Old Cricket Players" pub, which was initially planned to be spared. The former Ice Stadium closed in March 2000, and by May 2000 was described as "nearly demolished", with four skip loads of demolition rubble being removed from the site every day.[2][3] This had been the former training ground for Olympic ice dancing champions Torvill and Dean (Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean). The square in front of the new building was named 'Bolero Square' to honour their achievements. During excavation for the new building in July 1998 a rare 1,100-year-old Saxon jug was found, which is on display at the Nottingham Castle Museum. A 19th-century graveyard was also found under the car park, from which the bodies were then exhumed. The centre was officially opened on 1 April 2000 by Olympic Gold Medalist, Jayne Torvill; with the first public skating sessions taking place the same month. The second phase of the project – the family rink – was scheduled to be completed by May–June 2001, but opened early on 7 April 2001.[4][1] The final cost of the project was £43million,[1] 10% of which came from the lottery – one of the highest grants awarded. HM The Queen visited the National Ice Centre and Nottingham Arena on 31 July 2002.[5] There are two ice pads. The capacity of the main arena is 10,000.[6] The National Ice Centre is an Industry Green accredited venue.[7] Nottingham Panthers[edit] The arena is home to the Nottingham Panthers ice hockey team. Founded in 1946, it was disbanded in 1960 and reformed 20 years later. The team have won eight out of twelve cup finals since 1994, and won three out of nine play-off finals.[8] The Ice Centre is also the base for the GB Short Track Speed Skating Squad. Inside the National Ice Centre before the 2007 EIHL Play Off Final
Bolero Square
The Lace Market
Nottingham, GB NG1 1LA

National Justice Museum

4 mi. away
England’s history of Crime and Punishment is a shocking one. As are the sinister and grim stories of Nottingham’s own outlaws which are brought to life in the building where they were judged, imprisoned and executed. To capture and explain this grim and gruesome history, we use actors, audio guides, guide sheets & boards, lighting, sounds, set dressing and exhibitions. Our aim is to educate, entertain and inform everyone who comes through our doors. We are the only museum of its kind in Europe, home to the Villainous Sheriff of Nottingham and the only venue where you can discover Nottingham’s horrible history! We preserve the site of Nottinghamshire’s old Courthouse and County Gaol as well as maintaining a vast collection of spine chilling artefacts relating to Crime and Punishment over the last three centuries. We also have a free Robin Hood exhibition on site where you can learn all about Nottingham’s most famous outlaw! We are an independent museum and a charity as part of The Egalitarian Trust which means we rely upon admission charges, fundraising and providing corporate hospitality to help keep the museum open.
National Justice Museum
High Pavement, Lace Market
Nottingham, GB NG1 1HN

Intu Victoria Shopping Centre

3 mi. away
The Victoria Centre was initially built some 40 years ago but recently has a multi million pound refurbishment across the whole site offering a state of the art shopping experience for individuals and families to enjoy.
Milton Street
Nottingham NG1

Distance from Airport

  • 19.31 km from Venue

Getting Here

The hotel is situated on the A610, 3 miles from Nottingham City Centre, 1 mile from Junction 26 of the M1 motorway. For satellite navigation systems our post code is: NG8 6AZ. We have 250 free car parking spaces.


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Nottingham - Gateway is located in the East Midlands Region of the United Kingdom. Sometimes known as "Middle England". The hotel is very attractive and offers a modern contemporary peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the busy city center, but close enough to experience Nottingham's shops, restaurants, bars and cultural attractions. Built in a natural wildlife haven, with water and fountains stretching alongside the driveway, the hotel is set in landscaped grounds with established woodland. Our hotel features 105 comfortable guest rooms and all standard amenities for your stay. Guests will enjoy easy access to all the nearby local area attractions. Planning events is one of the things we do best at DoubleTree with a selection of 10 meeting and event rooms catering between 2 - 250 guests/delegates in our spacious suites, all of which have natural daylight, air conditioning and (8 suites) having direct access and located on the ground floor and the remaining 2 suites are located on the 1st and 2nd floor - which are accessible by our lifts.

Additional Information

The hotel is just 15 minutes drive from East Midlands Airport (EMA) and 50 minutes drive from Birmingham International Airport (BHX). Nottingham Train Station is just 3.5 miles from the hotel and has direct links to/from the hotel via the Nottingham Tram - which is just 0.2 miles (3 minutes walk from Cinderhill Tram Stop and 0.5 miles and 5 minutes walk from Phoenix Park Tram Stop. The Tram also allows easy access to the majority of areas of the City and City Centre within minutes. You can also use a further mode of transport - the local bus - you will find the bus stop immediately outside the hotel grounds - which has direct services into the City Centre as well as many other parts of the City. As you can see Nottingham offers many modes of transport for all travellers.