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All Countries > United Kingdom > Harrogate > Holiday Inn HARROGATE

Kings Road
Harrogate, HG1 1XX
Nightly Rates (154.11 - 235.68)   4 Star

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Property Description
Book the contemporary Holiday Inn Harrogate hotel close to Harrogate International CentreHoliday Inn Harrogate is an 11 storey building with beautiful views across the Yorkshire Dales and the historic spa town of Harrogate. Located just a 20 minute drive from the A1 motorway or 30 minutes from Leeds Bradford Airport and we have plenty of underground car parking spaces. The train station is a 5 minute walk from the Holiday Inn Harrogate, where there is direct trains that will take you to York and London.Holiday Inn Harrogate has 9 meeting rooms catering for anything up to 320 delegates; it is perfect to compliment any event town, next door at the Harrogate International Centre or at the Great Yorkshire Showground.Holiday Inn Harrogate is centrally located, perfect for visiting Betty's Tea Rooms, stunning Valley Gardens, Harlow Carr Gardens, and the luxurious Turkish Baths Holiday Inn Harrogate is also a great base for a day at Light Water Valley, as well as BT, Serco, Amey, Vocalink and Belzona offices.In 2014 cheer on the champions from the Holiday Inn Harrogate during the Tour De France as it races past.All our guests receive complimentary use of the Academy Health Club nearby, which has a full size swimming pool with a sauna, steam room, tennis courts and a large gym.


  • ATM/Cash machine

  • Accessible facilities

  • Bathtub

  • Car rental desk

  • Color television

  • Cribs

  • Desk with lamp

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Dry cleaning

  • Electrical adaptors available

  • Evening reception

  • Gift/News stand

  • Hairdryer

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Housekeeping - weekly

  • Interior corridors

  • Ironing board

  • Late check-out available

  • Lounges/bars

  • Meeting rooms

  • Non-smoking

  • Non-smoking

  • On-Site parking

  • Parking

  • Private bathroom

  • Rollaway bed

  • Room service

  • Safe deposit box

  • Satellite television

  • Separate closet

  • Separate line billing for multi-line phone

  • Shops and commercial services

  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk

  • Storage space

  • Sundry/Convenience store

  • Tennis court

  • Trouser/Pant press

  • Two-line phone

  • Valet same day dry cleaning

  • Voice mail

  • Wireless internet connection

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

  • Room Information
    Computer, Connecting rooms
    Minibar, Mini-refrigerator, Bathrobe, Safe
    Bathrobe, Safe, Sofa bed

    Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  1984 

  • 214  rooms. 

  • 9  suites. 

  • 11  floors. 

  • Restaurant Information
    Abbey  A hot buffet breakfast is served in the airy Abbey Restaurant, as well as dinner dishes such as slow braised lamb shank. 701  Classics Bar  Bar serving light snacks and refreshments.

    Meeting Facility
  • Harewood Suite
  •   Ideal for larger business events, the Harewood Suite can accomodate up to 320 delegates theatre style. This suite is also ideal for smaller events, dividing into the Harewood 1 and Harewood 2 Suites, accomodating upto 125 delegates theatre style.

  • Harewood 1

  • Harewood 2

  • Ripley Suite
  •   The Ripley Suite offers delegates complete style and comfort throughout your event. This room can accomadate up to 160 delegates theatre style, the perfect venue for medium sized functions.

  • Bramham Suite
  •   One of the smaller meeting rooms, this fully air-conditioned and stylish meeting room can hold up to 90 delegates.

  • Charter Suite
  •   The Charter Suite can hold up to 75 delegates in stylish and modern surroundings. This room can also be divided into 2 rooms, Charter 1 and Charter 2 Suites - perfect for more intimate events.

  • Studley Suite
  •   The Studley is the ideal venue for smaller business occasions, accommodating up to 30 delegates theatre style.

  • Newby Suite
  •   If you are looking to host your conference event in a stylish setting, the Newby is the ideal venue. This room can hold up to 35 delegates theatre style.

    Recreation Information
    Fitness center on-site
    Fitness center off-site
    Children's program

  • Bettys Tearooms

  • The story of Bettys began in Harrogate in 1919, Before you enter its worth pausing under the wrought iron canopy to feast your eyes on the mouth-watering window displays that vary with the season.
  • Harrogate International

  • Harrogate


  • Leeds/Bradford

  • Harewood House

  • Edwin Lascelles commissioned the building of Harewood House in the mid-18th century with money his father Henry made. It has been home to the Lascelles family ever since, reflecting the changing tastes and styles of the past 250 years.
  • Harlow Carr Gardens

  • Harlow Carr is a garden dominated by water, stone and woodland and is very much part of the surrounding Yorkshire landscape.Harlow Carr seeks to push the boundaries of design and planting styles.
  • Wetherby Racecourse

  • Wetherby has thrived and flourished becoming one of the Country s leading jumping tracks. The Racecourse has embraced change and modernisation whilst maintaining the finest traditions of its steeple-chasing heritage. Now, Wetherby is a subtle blend of old
  • Harrogate International Conference Centre

  • Located in the heart of the beautiful North Yorkshire spa town of Harrogate, smack-bang in the middle of the UK, Harrogate International Centre (HIC) is one of the most impressively integrated conference, exhibition and events venues in Europe.
  • Yorkshire Showground

  • The Great Yorkshire Show is the country's leading agricultural event. Held in Harrogate, normally three days in July with over 125,000 visitors who will enjoy this celebration of agriculture and country life.
  • Knaresborough

  • Famous for its breathtaking views of the Nidd Gorge, the town is made up of numerous ancient walkways, cobbled alleys and secret passages, all of which reward careful exploration.
  • Lightwater Valley

  • Actioned packed day for all the family. Including England's Longest Rollercoaster - The Ultimate, the theme park is very popular for the thrill seekers. The park also boasts a Bird of Prey Centre and a Valley Shopping Village.
  • Fountains Abbey

  • Yorkshire s first World Heritage Site is a huge estate of beauty, contrasts and surprises including the largest abbey ruins in the country and one of England s most spectacular Georgian water gardens.
  • Newby Hall

  • Ripley Castle

  • Ripon Cathedral

  • People have been coming to worship and pray at Ripon for more than 1,350 years. The Cathedral building itself is part of this continuing act of worship, begun in the 7th century when Saint Wilfrid built one of England s first stone churches on this site,
  • York Minster

  • A visit to York Minster is your moment in the long history of northern Europe's greatest gothic cathedral. You'll see traces of every age from the Roman occupation of York onwards to the future of this working and worshipping church.
  • Leeds Royal Armouries

  • For a family day out to experience falconry shows, horse shows, including real jousting with knights in armour doing combat in the Tiltyard. The museum in Leeds is a multi-million pound purpose built building. It houses a large part of the national colle
  • Harrogate Turkish Baths

  • Choose from any number of luxury treatments or just spend time unwinding in the beautiful steam rooms and feel the stresses and stains of life just melt away.
  • Yorkshire Wolds

  • The Yorkshire Wolds are low hill in the countries of East Riding of Yorkshire and North Yorkshire. One of nine National trails in England, the Yorkshire Wolds Way is a long distance foot path which runs the length of the Wolds from the Humber Bridge at He
  • Scarborough Spa Express Steam Train

  • Travel in style from York to Scarborough for a Summer day trip, across beautiful Yorkshire countryside. This service runs from 16th July to 29th August 2013 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's. The route takes about 2.5h.