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Olive Tree Bar and Hotel
9 - 11 St James Terrace

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We are a cosy bar and hotel with character in a quiet central location, only 1 minute walk to Nottingham Castle, the Lace Market, Tales of Robin Hood, Canal Museum and the oldest pub in England. We are 2 minutes walk from the shopping and nightlife of the City Centre, including Victoria Centre and the Broadmarsh Centre. We are close to Nottingham Playhouse, The Royal Centre, Rock City and a 10 minute walk from the Ice Arena. We are within walking distance of the railway station and 25 min drive from East Midlands airport. We are in the centre of the Nottingham Business Area and 1 minute from 2 good NCP car parks, there is free street parking outside after 6pm and before 8am, Monday to Saturday,free on Sundays. We have a cosy bar which is also open to the public serving drinks and food and a warm welcome is assured. Check in 2pm - 11 pm, check out 12pm. Guests have key allowing 24 hour access to hotel. We will endeavour to have your room ready as early as possible, if you want to leave your luggage you may do so from 12pm onwards or earlier if you let us know beforehand. If you want to check out after 12pm please inform us and this may be possible dependent upon room availability, if not we can hold your luggage in a safe place.If you require breakfast please inform hotel when booking, £6 per person. If you require 'breakfast to go' let us know when booking. PLEASE SAMPLE OUR OLIVES AND TAPAS IN OUR NO SMOKING REDECORATED BAR.

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