The Leeds Marriott hotel is a six storey modern red brick property overlooking a tranquil square in Leeds city centre, 500 metres from the Grand Theatre. The 244 guestrooms are decorated in warm, dusky tones and feature dark wood furnishings. Amenities include cable television, direct dial phones with voicemail, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary newspapers. Bathrooms are equipped with tubs and robes.
The Georgetown Restaurant offers Malaysian dishes served in an ornate colonial style setting furnished in dark wood and featuring a collection of antique clocks. John T's Restaurant offers international dishes in a relaxed modern ambience, and snacks, drinks and confectionery are served in the lobby coffee lounge. Visitors can stay in shape in the fully equipped fitness suite, and then unwind in the sauna and jetted tub or go for a swim in the indoor pool. Conferences and events are hosted in the hotel's business centre, with 20 meeting rooms offering more than 2,500 square metres of space. Those with laptops can stay connected via wireless Internet access. Staff at the front desk can provide room service, exchange currency and arrange dry cleaning services, while the concierge can help with any tourist queries. Secure parking facilities are provided for motorists. St John's Church, the Henry Moore Institute and the City Art Gallery are all within 700 metres of the hotel. Leeds Bradford Airport is 11 miles away, with an approximate driving time of 30 minutes. Children Eat Free:
Book a stay in a "Children Eat Free" rate category and receive accommodations as selected with complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner for up to four children. This offer is valid on for children under the age of 12, ordering from the kids' menu when accompanied by adult ordering from the regular menu. Meals must be in the hotel's restaurant. Room service does not apply. Other restrictions may apply.
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The 757 Airlink bus service connects the airport with Leeds city centre and train stations. Leeds city centre is served by buses but can be explored on foot. A car is recommended for exploring the surrounding area.
Driving directions: From the airport, head towards Leeds on the A658, then turn onto the A65. Follow city centre signs on the City Loop, and turn off at Junction 16. Go under the railway bridge, turn left onto Boar Lane and left again into Trevelyan Square.