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BEST WESTERN Leicester Stage Hotel

299 Leicester Road, Wigston Fields, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE18 1JW

Ratings & Awards


3 stars Hotel inspected by the Tourist Board (Visit Britain) for level of service and facilities. (Reflected in the number of stars awarded)

Hotel Amenities


  • Free Internet
  • Free parking onsite (150 spaces)
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Jacuzzi
  • Sauna
  • Indoor Pool
  • Parking On Site
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • WIFI
  • No Lift
  • 24hr service
  • Hotel And Bedrooms All Completely Non Smoking

Hotel Information


Please note that the leisure facilities are part of a different company and are not owned by the hotel.

Get in touch


08445 76 76 76
*local rate

Attractions
near the BEST WESTERN Leicester Stage Hotel, Leicester


Twenty20 Cup: Leicestershire Foxes

The Friends Life T20 begins with a group format in June, before quarter finals in July and Finals Day at Southampton's Rose Bowl in August. Leicestershire Foxes play their home games at the County Ground in Leicester.

Available : Jun - Aug 2013 (annual)

Riverside Festival

Leicester's Riverside Festival is one of the city's biggest free festivals and takes place in Bede Park. The family-friendly weekend offers boat trips, illuminated boat parades, live music, stalls and activities for all ages.

Available : Jun 2013 (annual)

Darbar South Asian Music Festival

Leicester's Darbar South Asian Music Festival, held at Curve, brings together renowned musicians. The programme ranges from the traditional to contemporary eclectic, bringing the sound of the sub-continent to the Midlands.

Available : Sep 2013 (annual)

The Guildhall

Leicester's 14th-century Guildhall is one of the oldest buildings in the city still in use and one of the best-preserved timber-framed halls in England. Today it serves as a performance venue and a distinctive local landmark.

Available : Feb - Dec 2013; not Thu or Fri (annual)

Jewry Wall Museum

Leicester's Jewry Wall Museum houses archaeological collections dating from prehistoric times to the end of the Middle Ages. The Jewry Wall itself sits in the museum's grounds and is the second-largest piece of surviving Roman building in the UK.

Available : Feb - Oct 2013 (annual)

Race For Life

The Imperial Cancer Research Fund's Race For Life is held over two days and incorporates a series of walks and runs for women. Starting at the city's Western Park, it's one of 100 events taking place all over the country.

Available : Jul 2013 (annual)

National Space Centre

The UK's largest space attraction, the National Space Centre in Leicester combines informative exhibitions with thrilling interactive displays.

Available : Daily; not Mon

Festival of History

Visitors immerse themselves in 2000 years of England's past during the Festival of History at Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire, presented by English Heritage. The event features everything from falconry, jousting displays and battle re-enactments to music, dance and ale.

Available : Jul 2013 (annual)

British Birdwatching Fair

Established in 1989, the British Birdwatching Fair at Egleton Nature Reserve appeals to bird watchers across the country. Featuring a tented village, bird sightings, demonstrations, lectures and celebrity guests, each year the event raises funds for threatened species.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Coombe Country Park

Coombe Country Park is 500 acres of historic parkland. Founded by Cistercian monks in 1150 it has taken ten centuries of cultivation to reach its present splendour. It now features beautiful gardens, woodlands and lakeside walks.

Available : Daily

Donington Park

Set in the heart of the East Midlands, Donington Park is one of Britain's most popular racing circuits. It hosts several exhibitions and events throughout the year, but is best-known for being the home of the British Motorcycle Grand Prix.

Available : Daily

Download Festival

The Download Festival at Donington Park features more heavy metal bands than you can shake a studded wristband at. The festival campsite is open from midday on Wednesday and there are campsite lockers available for your valuables.

Available : Jun 2013 (annual)

Lanchester Gallery

The Lanchester Gallery provides an exhibition space for both emerging and established artists whose practice relates to the work of staff and students at the Coventry School of Art and Design.

Available : Weekdays only

Godiva Festival

Every July, Coventry's War Memorial Park hosts a lavish festival of free entertainment to celebrate the city's historic connection with Lady Godiva. There's live music and a procession of a scantily clad Godiva, riding through the streets to the park.

Available : Jun - Jul 2013 (annual)

Canal Art Trail

Coventry Canal, the only waterway in Britain to terminate in the centre of a city, is host to what has been described as the longest outdoor art gallery in the country: the Canal Art Trail.

Available : Daily

Heritage Open Days

Celebrating Coventry's architectural and historic importance, Heritage Open Days takes place in the city's imposing St Mary's Guildhall and around town. Music and hands-on activities bring history to life, while the building's Freeman Guild Room - usually closed to the public - opens especially for the event.

Available : Sep 2013 (annual)

St Mary's Guildhall

Coventry's St Mary's Guildhall, one of the finest surviving medieval guildhalls in England, was built in the 1340s for the merchant guild of St Mary. It became the headquarters for the mayor and corporation of Coventry until the early 1900s.

Available : Mar - Oct 2013; not Fri or Sat (annual)

Coventry Cathedral

The Coventry Cathedral quarter is notable for being able to trace its ecclesiastical past back through three cathedrals. Four million people visited today's version in its first year. In its time it has also been voted Britain's most popular 20th-century building.

Available : Daily

The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum

Coventry's main art gallery and museum, the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum is in the middle of a major redevelopment which is expected to be complete by mid-2008. The cafe, shop and two gallery spaces are still open for business.

Available : Daily

Priory Visitors Centre

For hundreds of years the ruins of Coventry's first Cathedral lay hidden beneath the City Centre. Coventry's millennium project gave archaeologists the opportunity to excavate this important site, and over several years the remains of many of the medieval buildings were uncovered. It's now possible to visit the fruit of all this labour at the Priory Visitors Centre.

Available : Daily

Coventry Rhythm Festival

Previously the Coventry Jazz Festival, the Coventry Rhythm Festival has been expanded to include soul, blues, funk, Latin and other world music. Performances take place at venues throughout the city, including the Belgrade Theatre and St Mary's Hall.

Available : May 2013 (annual)

Coventry Transport Museum

Coventry Transport Museum displays the largest collection of British road transport in the world and is designated as a collection of national importance. The city was the birthplace of Britain's cycle and car industries and visitors can see hundreds of cars, cycles and motorcycles.

Available : Daily

Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust

The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust houses more than 100 vehicles from the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Collection, with around 30-35 on display at any one time. Many of the collection are original, just as they left the factory, and fully operational.

Available : Daily; not Sat

Lunt Roman Fort

The Lunt Roman Fort was once inhabited by the Roman Army and now provides a fascinating snapshot of Roman military life.

Available : Daily; not Mon or Tue

Battle Proms

Set in the beautiful Althorp Estate, the Battle Proms concert in August comprises traditional fairground stalls, impressive Napoleonic Cavalry and infantry displays, but most importantly, a quality classical musical programme. The magical evening culminates in a fireworks display.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Riverside Festival

Nottingham's largest outdoor festival features live music, street theatre and fabulous fireworks. The Riverside Festival attracts 100,000 visitors to Victoria Embankment every year, embracing the city's communities during three days of colourful entertainment.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

Trent Bridge is the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and a regular venue for domestic and international matches.

Available : Daily

Warwick Arts Centre

Located at the heart of the University of Warwick in Coventry, the Arts Centre is the largest in the Midlands and hosts an eclectic variety of performances embracing music, drama, dance, comedy, literature, films and visual art. Presenting a wide range of acts and productions throughout the year, the centre houses a concert hall, two theatres, a cinema, a gallery, restaurants and bars.

Available : Daily

Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

Proud of its status as the country's oldest inn, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem is not just another pub. With a network of caves, resident ghosts, a cursed galleon and rumours of hidden bounty, its fascinating history dates back 800 years!

Available : Daily

Museum of Nottingham Life at Brewhouse Yard

The Museum of Nottingham Life is housed in Brewhouse Yard, a collection of five redbrick 17th-century cottages nestled at the base of Castle Rock. The museum traces the social history of the city over the past 300 years through exhibitions and reconstructed rooms and shops.

Available : Daily

Dot to Dot Festival

The Dot to Dot Festival is a unique opportunity to sample a broad range of established and up-and-coming global music acts. Various venues across Nottingham play host to this year's festival, which also visits Bristol and Manchester.

Available : May 2013 (annual)

nottdance

Nottingham's nottdance is an annual festival which aims to challenge the limitations of dance. Bringing the best in local and international choreographic talent to the city it pushes to the extremes the possibilities of movement and choreography.

Available : Feb 2013 (annual)

British Juggling Convention

The British Juggling Convention offers several days of prestidigitation, parties and amiable mayhem. Performers, enthusiasts, mavericks and beardy-weirdies gather on the streets and stages of Nottingham in 2011.

Available : Apr 2011 (annual)

City of Caves

Located beneath Nottingham's Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, the City of Caves is a cave system that has been extensively adapted by man. Visitors can explore the Anglo-Saxon tunnels and displays provide a fascinating insight into local life throughout history.

Available : Daily

Robin Hood Pageant

Nottingham can't possibly get through the year without a nod to its most famous inhabitant. The annual Robin Hood Pageant within the walls of Nottingham Castle features jousting, comedy, real ale, comic re-enactments, live music and a replica medieval village.

Available : Oct 2013 (annual)

Nottingham Castle

Nottingham Castle is a 17th-century ducal mansion perched on a hill overlooking the city. Built on the site of a former medieval castle, today it houses a museum and art gallery. Don't leave without walking around the beautiful gardens.

Available : Daily

Nottingham Contemporary

Opened in 2009, Nottingham Contemporary is now not only Nottingham's premier centre for contemporary art, but also one of the largest contemporary art centres in the UK. Its four galleries contained present a constantly changing selection of exemplary contemporary art.

Available : Daily; not Mon

Nottingham Arena

Nottingham Arena is the city's main venue for indoor entertainment. Located in the heart of the multi-million National Ice Centre and the Lace Market, it hosts big-name artists such as Elton John and Oasis, international ice shows and sports events.

Available : Daily

Splendour Festival

Nottingham's magnificent Wollaton Park hosts the popular Splendour Festival, attracting big international names in the world of pop and indie music. Apart from three music stages, there's also a funfair, a comedy stage and a kids' area.

Available : Jul 2013 (annual)

Bridlesmith Gate

Bridlesmith Gate is Nottingham's shopping haven. The pedestrianised street contains the majority of the city's designer outlets, including Ted Baker and Diesel, as well as high-street staples such as Muji.

Available : Daily


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BEST WESTERN Leicester Stage Hotel
299 Leicester Road
Wigston Fields
Leicester
Leicestershire
LE18 1JW

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08445 76 76 76

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