"It was ok value for what we had. The drinks downstairs were very expensive...."
"We had a warm and clean room and only 10/15 minute walk from city centre. Great value for money...."
"I booked this hotel last minute for a gig that me and two mates were going to in Nottingham, to be honest it wouldn't have been my first cho..."
"Stayed here for a night out in Nottingham. Couldn't fault the place for the money, very good value and staff were really friendly...."
About the hotel
Now under new management, this partly refurbished hotel offers a warm welcome and excellent road networks to nearby towns and cities. The Stage Hotel is located just off the main A60 Mansfield road, approximately one mile from the city centre. It is close to the M1 motorway network, minutes from East Midlands Airport, and not far from Nottingham station and major bus routes.
The hotel has 58 spacious en suite rooms and a bar with Sky Sports channels in the bar.
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Smoking allowed in bedrooms
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities
- In room entertainment
- TV, Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The LateRooms.com rates for The Stage Hotel in Nottingham are the total price of the room and not the 'per person' rate. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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27% would recommend it to a friend
Myself and two friends stayed at the hotel as a last minute resort as trains were not running and we had to be somewhere at 10am the next day.
So, we arrived by taxi at around 10pm to find a wedding event happening in the main downstairs room, with very loud bass music, but whatever, not a problem (we're uni students so used to it). The receptionist struck us as odd, she didn't welcome us or even smile particularly. She had the paperwork ready for us to check in but when she asked 'how will you be paying?' I got concerned because I thought I'd paid through late rooms - mistakenly. She just shook her head no and just looked at me like 'well..?', not very helpful. So when, this was all resolved, we headed up our room, up about four flights of stairs. The door was a shabby wood with no electric lock, which surprised us all - just a run of the mill key situation.
Getting inside, we immediately locked the door as the room next to us had young men playing loud music and, from the sounds of it, drinking, plus the party downstairs.
The room was a good size and there was more than enough beds, though it was absolutely freezing as the window was wide open. We shut the window, only to realise the frame was broken and couldn't be sealed, still letting cold air in. The bathroom was clean and roomy, though there was a glow stick on the floor from previous guests and there were no towels.
Settling in, we found the beds to be comfortable enough but with hard springs that stuck out. The TV worked well although there seemed to a problem with reception, especially with the BBC channels. We also began to notice strange marks on the wall, we described them as 'splat' stains, like someone had thrown stuff at the walls and it hadn't been cleaned overly well, luckily there was no smell but slightly concerning - definitely wouldn't want to use a UV/Black Light in there.
We later found the shower to be completely useless, my friend wait for almost 20 minutes with her hand under the spray for there to be zero hot water (the room remained very cold as the radiator didn't seem to work). The music downstairs continued until the specified time and promptly finished at 1.30am which were happy about so we went to sleep.
We were then all woken at 6am by someone pushing against our door trying to get in. We all sat up and waited, slightly scared, for the person to go away. My friend went into the bathroom to make it known this was not this person's room and to go away, but he (it was a quite obviously drunk man), persisted, asking for 'a pint of water', which we, of course, refused. He continued trying to get in, pushing against the door which sounded extremely flimsy and about to break at any moment so we told him to go downstairs for water and leave us alone. We considered called downstairs but there was no phone in the room linked to the front desk and the WiFi was very patchy so we couldn't look it up. The man eventually went away, after threatening us sexually (we are 3 young women), and we were all quite shaken by it.
We left around 9am and left the key with the same receptionist as the night before, who was still just as lacking in pleasantries. We left underwhelmed by the entire situation and will definitely plan ahead next time so as to avoid such an experience.
It was ok value for what we had.
The drinks downstairs were very expensive.