Located in the heart of central Bradford, The Bradford Hotel provides an elegant refuge in the midst of the bustling city.
Two minutes’ walk to Bradford Interchange railway station, near the M62, and less than 30 minutes to Leeds Bradford (LBA) International Airport, this Bradford hotel is ideally situated for transport links to the rest of Yorkshire and beyond.
Central hotel in the heart of bustling Bradford
Footsteps to Bradford Interchange, seven miles to Leeds Bradford International (LBA) Airport
International cuisine at City3 Restaurant
An elegant meeting space to host up to 700 guests
WiFi in all guest rooms and suites
All our guest rooms feature separate working area with a desk. With WiFi available across the hotel, it’s easy to get to work in your room or over a coffee in City3 bar.
Discover panoramic city views in a roomy home from home when you check in to a The Bradford Hotel suite. Families visiting the world’s first UNESCO designated City of Film can enjoy family friendly interconnecting rooms before visiting the locations made famous by ‘Billy Liar’ and ‘The Railway Children’.
Enjoy international cuisines, created with market fresh produce, and served with a local twist at City3 Restaurant. Take time to peruse the morning papers with a cappuccino and pastry at City3 bar.
With excellent travel links, The Bradford Hotel makes an ideal venue for any function or gathering. Host team meetings in a range of chic boardrooms, or throw the grandest of parties in the 700-capacity Brontë Suite. This hotel in Bradford has a business center offering contemporary services for working convenience. The City3 Kitchen team is experienced in custom catering packages, from breakout snacks with coffee to delighting guests at the most special of weddings.
Things To Do
In the heart of central Bradford, The Bradford Hotel is at the hub of the city’s nightlife.
Catch the biggest touring productions at Bradford Alhambra, where the Royal Shakespeare Company, Opera North and the National Theatre are regular visitors.
Many West End musicals come to the Alhambra, with ‘Grease’, ‘Phantom of The Opera’ and ‘Whistle Down the Wind’ perennial highlights.
St George’s Hall hosts Bradford’s orchestral concert season – which has run for over 130 years – as well as hosting children’s shows, amateur productions, and touring stand-ups.
Take a trip into the untamed Yorkshire Moors to discover Brontë country in the village of Haworth.
The home that the sisters lived in is now the Brontë Parsonage Museum, holding many of their original possessions alongside exhibitions on their lives and literary careers.
The Bradford Hotel
Tel: +44 (0)1274 734 734