Hart’s Hotel opened in 2003, a contemporary boutique property with 32 bedrooms. Above the restaurant is Hart’s Upstairs, Nottingham’s favourite meeting point for private parties, weddings and business meetings
Since 1997 Hart’s Restaurant has brought to the city nationally acclaimed cooking at local prices. Hart’s is a busy 80 seater restaurant with a modern British style.
Stylish, chic and extremely comfortable for both residents and locals to enjoy. Breakfast is served from 7am to 10am each day. Thereafter, the bar is the perfect spot for a cappuccino, a refreshing beer or chilled glass of wine and a delicious bar snack up to 11pm.
A beautiful garden with pretty borders and fantastic views across the Nottinghamshire landscape. Perfect for afternoon tea, a gin and tonic before dinner, a chance to read the newspapers or just a contemplative, peaceful spot to relax.
A small gym with cross trainer, TV and video.
Secure, barrier controlled car park with CCTV. A small charge per night is levied.
Our light airy rooms are both contemporary and comfortable. Top quality beds are equipped with goose down pillows and duvets, and Egyptian cotton bed linen. Our minibars are well stocked with quality wines and ales, as well as fresh milk for clients who wish to make themselves tea or (cafetière) coffee.
Safes are laptop friendly with internal charging points.
Bose CD/radios sound great and are very simple to operate. Other standard features include NEW Flat screen TVs with satellite channels, blu-ray and DVD player, full WiFi throughout, Broadband connection point, DDI lines and voicemail.
The epitome of contemporary style and comfort: The Park Bar at Hart’s Hotel is the perfect venue for business or pleasure. With fabulous original artwork, high backed sofas, beautiful red leather armchairs, the Park Bar is a visually exciting place to relax and enjoy excellent service and a fantastic menu. Unique in its location with picturesque courtyard seating, The Park Bar is an excellent choice for outstanding service and a quality experience.
Under the direction of head chef Tom Earle, the Park Bar menu is widely regarded as a tempting alternative to Hart’s Restaurant and has rapidly gained a reputation as a respected casual eatery. Tom has created an exciting, frequently changing menu of lighter meals and snacks to tempt even the most discerning palate.
With an extensive list of quality wines and champagnes by the glass perfectly preserved in our Verre du Vin, and an interesting selection of cocktails, cognacs, whiskies and cigars, the Park Bar offers a haven of secluded sophistication within Nottingham’s bustling city.