Private Car Park
Public Transport Nearby
Situated in the heart of Bradford, the Midland Hotel is home to 90 Executive, Premium and Standard Bedrooms, the grill room restaurant serving contemporary British cuisine and free private car parking.
Private Car Park
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 90
Parking Spaces: 60
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 2pm
Check Out Time: 12noon
The Midland Hotel in Bradford was built between 1885 and 1890 by the Midland Railway Company. Although this 3 star hotel in West Yorkshire has changed over the years it still retains some of it's original fine Victorian features including the Victorian Passageway with its floor to ceiling Burmantoft tiles. Located in the centre of Bradford the Midland Hotel is ideal for visiting the National Science & Media Museum, Bradford Police Museum or possibly catching one of the fantastic shows at the Bradford Alhambra Theatre or St Georges Hall.
The Midland Hotel features 90 Executive, Premium and Standard Bedrooms, each fully equipped with en suite facilities, Sky TV, ironing and trouser press in each room. For something different why not upgrade to one of the Four Poster Rooms which are uniquely designed with a blend of traditional features in the bedrooms and contemporary bathrooms. Free wireless broadband is available in all of the bedrooms.
When looking for somewhere to dine in Bradford the Midland Hotel has an extensive dining range available from 7.00am until 10pm covering breakfast through to dinner. Midland Grill Room Restaurant's style is one of a traditional dining venue and serves a superb menu of contemporary British cuisine. The inviting spacious foyer bar offers a great menu ranging from a light snacks to afternoon tea available from 7am to 10pm for food, and normal licensing hours for alcoholic drink.
The Midland Hotel offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.
The Midland Hotel with its Victorian history boasts larger than average Standard Bedrooms all with Double or Twin beds. Some of the largest rooms have 2 Double Beds and with an Interconnecting facility can be used as a Family Suite.
These rooms are contemporary in design and feature 32" flat Screen TV, FREE Wireless broadband internet access with no time restrictions and Power Showers. Luxury Toiletries, Bathrobes and slippers come as standard.
Four Poster Rooms
The Midland Hotel has two Four Poster Rooms, uniquely designed with a blend of Traditional features in the bedrooms and Contemporary Bathrooms. Bathrooms include His and Hers sinks, Double walk-in Power Shower, Luxury Toiletries, Bathrobes and slippers come as standard. Features include a large 42 inch Flat Screen TV, CD and DVD Player, as well as an iPod docking station on the Sound System. More traditional features are the ‘Roberts’ Radio by the bed, a useful large Iron and Ironing board, Selection of Teas and Coffees, and Mini Bar.
Premium Double Bedrooms
The Midland Hotel has 24 Premium Double bedrooms including the recently purpose built fully equipped Disabled Room. Premium Bedrooms are complete with Black Marble tiled Bathrooms, with Superb Power Showers. The Premium Upgrade package is available when booking these rooms. Contemporary in design these rooms also boast Mini Bar, Ironing Centres and Trouser Press.
Fully Accessible Premium Room
The disabled Premium bedroom has many additional features including remote control door opening, roll-in Power Shower, wooden floor, Medical Fridge and Safe, Remote control curtains, Flashing Alarms, and Large scale telephones. All bedroom literature including Restaurant and Room Service menus are in Braille.
The Midland Hotel has a number of designated Smoking rooms in a separate corridor, both Standard and Premium room types.
Bar & Restaurant
Located in the ever popular and majestic Midland Hotel, the Midland Grill Room Restaurant's style is one of a traditional dining venue, with elegant high ceilings and tailed curtains.
The head chef provides a superb menu of contemporary British cuisine served with flair and imagination. Enjoy a wonderful meal of freshly prepared food and a relaxed atmosphere.
Full English & Continental breakfast available in the restaurant for residents and non residents from 7.00am - 9.30am.
Lunch and Dinner menus change daily, the dishes are a collaboration of ideas and inspiration from our brigade under the guidance of our Chef.
The Midland Foyer Bar
The inviting spacious foyer bar with its open fire in cold months is a great place to catch up with friends, colleagues and business acquaintances alike. With a great menu ranging from a light snacks to afternoon tea available from 7am to 10pm for food, and normal licensing hours for alcoholic drinks.
Midland Traditional Afternoon Tea
Traditional afternoon tea, served 2pm-6pm in the spacious foyer bar £16.50 per person. Booking is not always essential.
The Sprit of Bradford Bar
An informal place to meet after work or over Lunch in a traditional style pub with a great pub grub menu.
Directions to Midland Hotel in Bradford
Sat Nav users should be aware that following recent major roadworks in Bradford city centre their systems may require updating. We would recommend that you download and print this directions map.
Those with updated mapping will need to use the following co-ordinates rather than the postcode Latitude 53.79561941255666 and Longitude -1.7519116401672363.
Local transport links with distances / travel time for road, rail, air
Leeds/Bradford Airport 9 Miles approx 25 Minutes
Manchester Airport 32 Miles approx 1 Hour
Leeds by Rail every half hour from Forster Square Station adjacent to hotel, journey takes 20 minutes
Leeds by road 10 miles approx 30 minutes
York by road 30 miles approx 1 hour, by rail approx 1 hour via Leeds
Harrogate by road 20 miles approx 45 minutes, by rail approx 45 minutes via Leeds
Things to see and to while staying at the Midland Hotel in Bradford
The National Media Museum, in the heart of Bradford, is the country’s second most visited museum out of London.
Haworth, home of the Bronte Sisters, is in Bradford District.
Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, which features in the iconic film ‘The Railway Children.
Saltaire, the industrial village which was way ahead of its time, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.