- 39 guest reviews
"The hotel is in a great location close to uni. So cheap over night stay whilst visiting daughter at the university. Would use this hotel aga..."
"We stayed here for one night during the Tramlines festival, and I thought it was good value at £44 for a double room with breakfast, situate..."
"The Harley Hotel was literally a last-minute booking as my job didn't go as planned so had nowhere to stay. The room was comfy, warm and ver..."
"Clean, satisfactory room on top floor, was as expected. All in working order. Decor a little outdated but I don't think this matters. Noise..."
"Awesome place to stay. Only gripe was the bed was a little hard but otherwise great. They do amazing vegan food too. Would definitely stay a..."
About the hotel
'Please be aware that this hotel is situated above a live music and late night venue which is open until 4am most nights. Noise from the bar can be heard in the hotel rooms, so we are not suitable for light sleepers or early risers. ' Next to Sheffield University and the city's hospitals, just 5 minutes from the city centre, this small hotel has a lively bar with Wi-Fi access and comfortable rooms.
All of the en suite rooms at The Harley are simple yet well appointed, with tea and coffee making facilities. Rates include a full cooked breakfast, which is served in the bar area. The Harley is home to Twisted Burger Company who serve an exciting array of home-cooked gourmet burgers until 1am Monday- Saturday and midnight on a Sunday. 'We have also recently opened 'Moon Unit's Tea Emporium' on the first floor of the hotel which sells a range of speciality teas, cold brews and cakes. Hotel Guests welcome to use the free wi-fi and relax in this space'. At weekends The Harley has a free of charge late check out (1pm) - ideal for those who are here to party! Please note that check-in on Saturday and Sunday is from 3pm. The Harley is inaccessible for wheelchair users.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Wi-Fi Available , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- In Room Entertainment
- Car Parking Available Offsite
- Lounge Menu , Bar , Breakfast to go
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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56% would recommend it to a friend
Great location friendly staff great value for money
The hotel is in a great location close to uni.
So cheap over night stay whilst visiting daughter at the university. Would use this hotel again.
We stayed here for one night during the Tramlines festival, and I thought it was good value at £44 for a double room with breakfast, situated to the west of the city centre, just down from Student Union building.
The staff were friendly, the room was clean and the breakfast was excellent, too. However, the noise from the music venue downstairs is something you really need to seriously take into consideration before choosing to stay here. I've stayed about rowdy pubs before, with blaring sound systems downstairs, so I underestimated just how much of an issue it would be here. It might not be that loud every night, and it was an unusually hot evening so it would have been difficult to sleep in any case, but there was a techno event on until 4am when we were there, and even the radiator on the corridor was shaking.
The combination of the heat and noise were a bit much by 3am, so we went for a walk to cool down, and we noticed even the windows outside were shaking. If they invested in sound-proofing the bar/venue itself, that would definitely help, though I'm not sure how practical that would be in reality. Again, I don't want to be too critical here, as I have ticked the boxes about staying here again and recommending the place to friends, but on the proviso it would be a perfect place to crash after a big night out, rather than a simple city visit.