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List of hotels in the city of Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Please contact the Hotels directly if you wish to enquire or book. We believe the contact details are up to date but cannot guarantee that they have not changed since we obtained the information.

The following information is taken from the Wikipedia project Sheffield page - all text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License. (See Copyrights for details.)

The history of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, England can be traced back to the founding of a settlement in a clearing beside the River Sheaf in the second half of the 1st millennium AD. However, the growth in the number and size of settlements in the area that became the City of Sheffield was a product of the industrial revolution, and the area has been occupied since at least the last ice age.

Following the Norman conquest a castle was built in order to control the Saxon settlements and a small town developed in the area that is now the modern city centre. By the 14th century Sheffield was noted for the production of knives, and by 1600 had become the main centre of cutlery production in England, overseen by The Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire. In the 1740s the crucible steel process was improved by Sheffield resident Benjamin Huntsman, allowing a much better production quality. At about the same time a silver plating process was discovered (Sheffield plate). The associated industries led to the rapid growth of Sheffield; the town was incorporated as a Borough in 1843 and granted a city charter in 1893.

Novotel - Sheffield City Centre

Ibis - Sheffield City Centre

Ibis - Sheffield south

Etap - Sheffield Arena

Rutland Hotel
452 Glossop Rd
S10 2PY
Sheffield
web site

Cutlers Hotel
Theatreland,
George Street
S1 2PF
Sheffield
web site

Hotel Bristol
Blonk St
S1 2AU
Sheffield
web site

Holiday Inn Sheffield
Victoria Station Road
S4 7YE
Sheffield
web site

The Beauchief Hotel
161 Abbeydale Road South
S7 2QW
Sheffield
web site

Staindrop Lodge
Lane End, Chapeltown
S35 3UH
Sheffield
web site

Grosvenor House Hotel
Charter Square
S1 3EH
Sheffield
web site

Novotel Sheffield
50 Arundel Gate
S1 2PR
Sheffield
web site

Days Inn Hotel Sheffield South
Woodall Services,
M1 Motorway, Junction 31.30 South
S26 7XR
Sheffield
web site

Sheffield Park Hotel
Chesterfield Road South
S8 8BW
Sheffield
web site

Macdonald St. Paul's Hotel
119 Norfolk Street
S1 2JE
Sheffield
web site

Best Western Mosborough Hall Hotel
High Street, Mosborough
S20 5EA
Sheffield
web site

Leopold Hotel
Leopold Square, Leopold Street
S1 2JG
Sheffield
web site

 
 

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