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Hotel and B&B accommodation in and around Leeds

If you're visiting Leeds then why not stay overnight at range of hotel accommodation based nearby. The map below shows the hotels and bed & breakfast accommodation in the area so you can make a night of it.



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'http://www.leedsliveitloveit.com/ Leeds', the largest city in the county of West Yorkshire, is famed for its excellent shopping, vibrant nightlife, thriving universities and sports. Leeds is an extremely attractive city with wonderful Georgian, Victorian, 20th and 21st century architecture. There are many fantastic museums, cafés, restaurants and theatres to visit. It is in the within easy reach of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Yorkshire Moors and Peak District along with the ancient city of York and the historic Spa town of Harrogate.

==Districts==
File:Leeds-skyline.jpg|thumb|350px|The view of Leeds from the M621.
* Central Leeds
** Civic quarter - north of the railway station, focussed on Millennium Square. Many museums and galleries can be found in this area as well as two major educational institutions.
** Central shopping district - north and north east of the railway station
** Exchange quarter - east of the railway station, centred on the Corn Exchange. Home to many quirky independents, bars and cafes.
** Gay Village - east of the railway station around Lower Briggate
** Financial district - north west of the railway station. The attractive Georgian Park Square is at the centre
** Riverside - south of the railway station. The converted granaries are now home to shops and restaurants, while new developments bring upmarket shopping to Leeds. The Royal Armouries museum can be found at Clarence Dock.
** Holbeck - south of the railway station. Once the industrial heart of Leeds, this district has been regenerated into a creative industries quarter with trendy bars spilling into cosy public spaces.

* 'Leeds/Headingley|Headingley' — the lively student and sports district
* 'Leeds/Chapel Allerton|Chapel Allerton' — trendy north Leeds area bursting with al fresco bars and restaurants
* 'Leeds/Roundhay|Roundhay' — attractive, leafy and well-heeled district of north Leeds, home to the vast and beautiful Roundhay Park, Tropical World, and a small selection of exclusive shops and eateries supplemented by those in nearby Oakwood.

There are various places of interest, shops, restaurants, historic sites, etc. outside of the city centre and the above districts. These are listed geographically in the following guides:

* 'Leeds/North East Leeds|North East Leeds'
* 'Leeds/North West Leeds|North West Leeds'
* 'Leeds/West Leeds|West Leeds'
* 'Leeds/South Leeds|South Leeds'
* 'Leeds/East Leeds|East Leeds'

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