The Midland Hotel, 2010

Midland Hotel Bradford

Designed by Charles Trubshaw (Trubshaw, also designed the Manchester  Midland Hotel) was built over a five year period, opening  just before  Sir Henry Irving, the greatest actor of the Victorian age appeared at St Georges Hall, June 9, 1890, The hotel still houses some of the finest examples of Victorian interiors in the region.

The hotel has undergone a recent extensive sympathetic renovation with an emphasis on retaining the beautiful original features,  expense and time restrictions were no object  in restoring this grand old lady to her former glory.

Situated in the heart of Bradford, just seconds away from Bradford Forster Square Station, a stay in the Midland Hotel is a uniquely relaxing experience. Step back into a timeless tranquility, an era long gone, where first class service and contemporary facilities of the 21st Century merge together seamlessly.

There are a total of 90 guest rooms available to book at this Bradford hotel and each has been designed to offer a unique and memorable stay to all visitors.

A Warm Welcome Awaits

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