A large, warm, welcoming lobby awaits you.
A magnificent building that was erected in 1867 as a railway hotel, to a design deliberately imitating the Grosvenor Hotel in London. Its imposing facade remains the pride of Bradford.
The rooms are tastefully decorated and very well appointed with all the facilities one would expect from a decent hotel, trouser press, satellite tv and hospitality trays come as standard in the rooms.
The Pie Eyed Parrot Bar and Brasserie has beautiful timber flooring and a stylish 'Hollywood' theme. There is an array of local and international fayre on offer.