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Ignite a Love Affair with the Lace Market Hotel

Merchants Restaurant Lace Market Hotel

For those romantics among us, planning the perfect Valentine’s weekend can prove to be a vexing issue to get just right. The newly opened Lace Market Hotel set in Nottingham’s glorious Creative Quarter has made the task stress-free by creating a luxurious menu of options to add to an overnight stay, allowing the amorous to pick and choose the perfect partner pamper package.

Treat your loved one and add the sumptuous ‘Room for Romance’ package including champagne, a candle lit bath and chef’s hand-made truffles or fresh cut flowers in your room upon arrival.

For an exclusive evening of exquisite fine-dining, tantalise your taste buds at the hotel’s very own Merchants restaurant which holds all the ambience and intimacy you could wish for. Head Chef Ben Chaplin’s expertly crafted Valentine’s menu will prove a highlight for any foodie couple, the delicious courses reflecting Lace Market Hotel’s elegant individuality.

After dinner, enjoy Nottingham’s bustling nightlife, filled with an array of unique bars including Lace Market Hotel’s own Saint Bar.  Spoil your Valentine with a tempting range of cocktails, and be dared not to find the perfect individual blend for your taste.

If that wasn’t enough, choose to sit back and unwind with the hotel’s bespoke spa services including the L’occitaine pamper bath experience, sure to make your partner feel truly special and effortlessly completing your weekend away.

With Valentine’s Day falling on a Sunday, relax with Lace Market Hotel’s extra ‘Slumber Sunday’ package, including late check-out and the best gastro-pub style food in Nottingham, at the hotel’s very own Cock and Hoop pub.

Sweep your partner off their feet and immerse yourself in the vibrant surroundings of the city’s Creative Quarter. Whether it’s discovering romantic seclusion or exploring the area’s bustling shopping scene, Lace Market Hotel is an unequalled setting for couples this Valentine’s Day.

Lose track of time and stroll hand-in-hand through the hotel’s surrounding cobbled streets, unearthing the rich and diverse culture Nottingham has to offer. From contemporary art galleries to architecture full of historic charm, Lace Market Hotel’s ideal location means an abundance of the city’s most cherished spots are only a stone’s throw away.

A Grade II converted Georgian town house, Lace Market Hotel’s individual style provides a superbly alternative stay. The hotel’s 42 boutique rooms offer an intimate get-away full of sophisticated luxury. From standard double to elegant superior, the rooms exude the hotels unique identity, ensuring the most unforgettable stay.

Hotel General Manager, Denny Keane, said: “Our unique setting and style means we can provide a Valentine’s Day get-away like nowhere else in Nottingham and Ben’s one-of-a-kind menu is sure to impress every partner. The Lace Market Hotel is sure to deliver a one-of-a-kind experience tailored to suit any couple.”

Details of packages:

  • Room for Romance: Champagne, candle-lit bath, chefs hand-made truffles – £79
  • Fresh cut flowers: Hand tied arrangement places in your room on arrival – £40
  • Rose Champagne: Tattinger Rose – £75
  • Sunday Slumber: Late check-out and Sunday lunch in the hotel’s own Cock & Hoop Pub – £25+

For more information, visit www.lacemarkethotel.co.uk or call 0115 948 4414.

Posted on 08 February 2016

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