HOTELS IN City of Kingston upon Hull

About City of Kingston upon Hull

 Hull is a port city based in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Attractions in the city include The Marina, MKM Stadium, The Deep and Humber Street. When visiting Hull you will realise that there is a large variety of activities to do in the city, whether that is going over to The Deep and seeing various types of fish or taking a nice stroll to The Marina to have a drink with a glorious view.

Feel free to get booked in at one of our friendly Hotels In Hull.

The Deep

The Deep opened in 2002 and is only a 15 minute walk from the city centre. The large award winning aquarium has over 3000 creatures to be seen inside and is perfect for a family day out.

Inside you will also find a restaurant which sells a variety of food including kids meals. If you’re planning on visiting The Deep, we would advise booking a ticket in advance.

MKM Stadium

The MKM Stadium is home to football club Hull City and rugby league club Hull FC.

Inside the ground has a seating capacity of 25,000; you will have no problem getting a seat. We would recommend the Stadium tour, which gives you an insight into the history of both clubs and the chance to view the home and away changing rooms, tunnel and dugouts yourself.

Streetlife Museum

The historic transport museum can be found in The Old Town in the centre of Hull.

Opened by former MP John Prescott in 1989, the museum is very popular with tourists. When walking around inside you will find horse carriages, old cars, and galleries which will give you an idea of how far transport has come in little time.

You do not need to book a ticket to enter; admission is completely free of charge.

Things To Do In Hull

Things To Do In Hull

You will find a wide range of things to see and do when you visit Hull. The most popular place to go in Hull is the Old Town which is situated in the centre of the city.

The Old Town has many attractions including shops, pubs, bars and restaurants. There are also lots of historical buildings that date back hundreds of years such as St Mary's Church which was built in 1292!

The Humber Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the Humber Estuary between Kingston upon Hull and Barton-upon-Humber in North Lincolnshire, England. Opened on 24 June 1981, it is the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world, with a span of 1,410 metres (4,626 ft).

If you're looking for a fun place to take pictures on your next trip to Hull, make sure to stop by this landmark—you won't regret it!

Hull's East Park is a great place to go for a walk or jog, or just to relax and enjoy the scenery. Located near the centre of town, it's easy to get to by bus or bike in no time at all. There are also plenty of shops nearby if you need to stop and pick something up while you're out.

Shopping In Hull

Shopping In Hull

St. Stephens is a shopping centre that opened in 2007 and has more than 10 million visitors a year.

If you're looking for a shopping experience that is unique, St. Stephens is the place to be.

The popular shopping centre has many things to offer: from clothing shops to lovely restaurants, there's something for everyone! Whether you're looking for some new jeans or just want to have a lovely meal out with the family, St. Stephens has something for everyone.

Newland Avenue is home to many shops including restaurants, clothing stores, and supermarkets. The street also has a number of bars and pubs, including The People’s Republic Bar that has a wide variety of German beer on draught.

Trinity Market in Hull is a place you should definitely check out if you're in the area. The market was built in 1904 and just recently in 2017 it has had a refurbishment.

Trinity Market Hull is an indoor market with stalls selling fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, bread and pastries. There are also clothing stalls and a cafe serving hot food and drinks.

Eating And Drinking In Hull

Eating And Drinking In Hull

The restaurant is located in Kingswood and has brilliant reviews from customers.

When viewing the menu you will find it is full of traditional Italian dishes, including pasta and pizza. The food is freshly cooked to order and there are plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans.

The atmosphere at Gino D'Acampo is relaxed and friendly, with staff willing to help you find something that you'll enjoy. They also have an extensive wine list if you want to drink wine with your meal.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill Hull has an impressive wine list, including some premium options from around the world.

Their menu includes both classic dishes such as steak and chips or fish and chips, as well as modern takes on traditional British food.

Bengal Pride is an Indian restaurant based down Chanterlands Avenue. From the moment you walk through the door, you know you're in for a treat. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, and the staff are friendly and eager to help you find your way around the menu.

If you've never tried Indian food before (or if you're just a little bit unsure), don't worry the staff are more than happy to walk you through all their options, from appetizers and soups to salads, curries, rice dishes, and much more.

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