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Kenwood Hall Hotel Star Rating 4        
Kenwood Road

This upscale Victorian hotel on 12 acres of landscaped grounds is 1.2 miles from Sheffield Botanical Gardens and 1.9 miles from the Crucible Theatre.
Leopold Hotel Sheffield Star Rating 4        
2 Leopold Street Leopold Square

This upscale hotel in a converted 19th-century school is 1.6 miles from Sheffield Botanical Gardens and 6 miles from the Peak District National Park.The warm, contemporary rooms and suites have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and minifridges with mineral water included.
KSpace Serviced Apartments Sheffield Star Rating 4        
The Sinclair Building, 1 Regent Street

This upscale apartment hotel is a 13-minute walk from the Crucible Theatre, 1 mile from Sheffield train station and 1.1 miles from Sheffield Botanical Gardens.High-end studio to 2-bedroom apartments come with free Wi-Fi, full kitchens, heated floors and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The Don VAlley Hotel Star Rating 3        
756 Attercliffe Road

This unpretentious budget hotel is a 9-minute walk from English Institute of Sports (EIS) Sheffield and a mile from Sheffield Arena.The relaxed rooms range from single to family units. All rooms have en suite bathrooms and TVs, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel and Spa Star Rating 4        
119 Norfolk Street

This modern spa hotel with a striking glass atrium is a 2-minute walk from Crucible Theatre, home of the World Snooker Championship, and a 4-minute walk from Sheffield City Hall.Relaxed rooms feature desks, free Wi-Fi, and TVs. They also come with tea and coffeemaking facilities, and some feature floor-to-ceiling windows and city views.
Premier Inn Meadowhall Sheffield Star Rating 3        
Sheffield Road

This modern no-frills hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from Meadowhall shopping centre and 4.2 miles from Sheffield city centre.Rooms range from singles to family rooms with 2 pull-out beds, where kids aged 15 and under eat and stay free with paying adults.
The Sheffield Metropolitan Hotel Star Rating 3        
Blonk Street

This modern hotel in the city centre is 3 miles from Sheffield Arena, 4 miles from shopping at Meadowhall Centre and 14 miles from the Peak District National Park.The unassuming rooms have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some offer sofabeds.
Psalter House Star Rating 4        
17 Clifford Road, Brincliffe

This humble B&B, set in an Edwardian house on a residential street, is 1.2 miles from Collegiate Crescent and 2 miles from The University of Sheffield.The low-key, traditionally furnished rooms include TVs, WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Norfolk Arms Hotel Sheffield Star Rating 3        
2 Ringinglow Village

This former coaching inn with valley views is 1.3 miles from Peak District National Park and a 5-minute walk from Mayfield Alpacas.The cosy and elegant rooms have flat-screen TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment.
House Boat Hotels Ltd Star Rating 3        
Victoria Quays Wharf Street

This floating hotel offers individual houseboats which are permanently moored in Sheffield Basin, in the city centre's Riverside Exchange quarter. It's 5 minutes' walk from the city centre, 12 minutes' walk from Sheffield Cathedral and 13 minutes' walk from National Rail trains.The 2 boats feature oak panelling and modern furnishings, plus kitchenettes.
 
 
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Sheffield is an English city located in the metropolitan county of South Yorkshire. The city nestles in a natural amphitheatre created by several hills and the confluence of five rivers: the Don, Sheaf, Rivelin, Loxley and Porter. More than 60% of the city is green space made up by woods, parks and public gardens as well as the already mentioned rivers and hills, which makes it the perfect place for outdoor sports. Sheffield also boasts an interesting nightlife thanks to its many restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs. The city houses two universities, and so there is a large student population. Sheffield is well-known for its iron and steel industry. Here you can buy the best metal crafts, especially those made with silver plating, known all over the world. This city is the birthplace of recognised craftsmen, musicians and sports people of international level. Some of the many attractions here include the Millennium Galleries, Chatsworth House, the Museum of Fire and Police, Sheffield Ski Village, St. Michael's and All Angels Church and many others. Visit this destination full of history, art, sports and leisure... everything surrounded by spectacular natural beauty.