Book affordable luxury at Nottingham’s new Roomzzz Aparthotel

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When searching for accommodation for a city break, most people look for something that’s comfortable with good facilities, is in a good location and is affordable. You rarely want to spend a lot of time in your room because you’re keen to explore the nearby tourist hot-spots so the only time you have there is when you’re reading the back of your eye lids.

Now Roomzzz, an emerging national chain of aparthotels, is offering an alternative to the monotony of hotel rooms with swanky new pads – perfect for a romantic getaway or family stay. Roomzzz has recently opened its Nottingham base and I must admit I wasn’t expecting what I found upon having a look around.


One of the blue rooms available at Roomzzz. Nottingham City Centre

Located a short walk from the Theatre Royal, in the former Welbeck Hotel building, Roomzzz maintains the same layout of long hotel-style corridors with rooms to your left and right.

The difference comes when you step over the threshold. Each is equipped with its own kitchen, including a mini hob, microwave oven/grill combi, sink, dishwasher and utensils. You can also enjoy the luxurious en-suite bathroom, comfy bed, flat screen TV, free wi-fi plus many more amenities.

The rooms are modern, comfortable and come in three different colour schemes of yellow, blue and pink. The corridors and rooms are decorated with prints of local attractions and landmarks along with inspiration of things to do in Nottingham. If you’ve been before and you liked the blue decor of your room, then ask for blue again. Your stay at Roomzzz is what you make it.


Each room comes with its own modern kitchen.

Guests have access to the laundry rooms on site which are free of charge – simply add your own washing powder and you’re away! It’s perfect for business guests who need a base for a week or more at a time as well as tourists who are looking for comfort and the knowledge that if the weather isn’t great or you’re feeling off colour, you have somewhere you can be comfortable, prepare your own meal, and relax.

There are always two staff in reception at all times, 24 hours a day, to ensure that if you have any issues there’s always someone around to lend a hand. Breakfast comes as part of your booking, so you’re prepared for the day ahead and it’s served next to reception for you to take away to your room or enjoy on the go. There’s also a handy shop in reception, stocking essentials such as food, drink and washing powder should you find yourself in need of urgent supplies.

Roomzzz is unique for the city, offering you the feeling of having your own luxury city centre apartment but without the price tag. Aparthotels are the trendy way to enjoy a city break and Roomzzz provides you with a home from home, however long you’re staying.

Book a stay at Roomzzz in Nottingham before 31st May for £50 and get a second night for just £1. Click here to visit the website and find out more.

Posted on 22 May 2015
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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