St Martins Lodge now open
Posted on 9th January 2019
Leicester's newest boutique hotel is now open for bookings. St Martins House, a new high-end luxury accommodation, opened on 3rd October 2018 and completes the Cathedral Quarters offerings.
Built by the Diocese of Leicester, St Martins Lodge stands at just a stone's throw from the site where King Richard III's remains were discovered in 2012, prior to being laid to rest inside the Cathedral three years ago.
The accommodation is a welcome addition to the City's Cathedral Quarter, which has included the KRIII Visitor Centre and the rejuvenation of the area with visitors attracted from far and wide.
Georgian grandeur in our city centre
Housed in former offices, the Georgian building has undergone a £1.8m conversion into first-class bedrooms.
The 28 opulently finished double and twin rooms are available to book, including a top floor executive suite featuring a luxurious bathroom and separate changing area. All include breakfast provided in the White Rose Café overlooking Cathedral Gardens.
Overlooking the cathedral gardens, the hotel is in a peaceful spot right in the centre of our cosmopolitan city.
Nick Quinn, Director of St Martins House, is delighted with the accommodation project and what it will mean for the area. He said: "We are delighted at the new hotel, it is truly stunning and its proximity to our conference and events centre has enabled us to provide full 24-hour conference facilities."
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