Mercure Leeds Parkway Airport

Otley Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS16 8AG

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(3 star hotel)
including 8 days parking
from the airport
customer rating

A tranquil retreat

This stately, elegant old building, whose eight acres of pleasant grounds and wildflower meadows back onto the beautiful Golden Acre Park, would be an attractive and welcoming place even if there weren't a soul here. But add to that the bubbly, entertaining team, who treat you like an old friend from the moment you arrive, and you've a recipe for a hugely relaxing and enjoyable stay.

Peace and quiet

Despite its proximity to the airport, which is just ten to fifteen minutes away, and its main road location, there was something about the Mercure that just made us feel completely removed from everything. It's a very quiet hotel, and fairly small at 118 rooms, but more than that, there's a peaceful atmosphere pervading the place that made us feel wonderfully calm. The hotel is surrounded by countryside, cows from a nearby farm graze just the other side of the main road, and there are hedgehog houses, bird boxes and beehives, from which the hotel will soon be harvesting its own honey, in the grounds. Our room looked out onto the lawn and the delightful park beyond, where you must go for a wander, it houses landscaped gardens, an arboretum, a huge lake that's home to several species of wildfowl, three national plant collections and much more.

Fun and frolics

There's plenty to do at the Mercure: a leisure club with a 1.35-metre-deep pool, a whirlpool, saunas, a steam room and a gym offering free fitness classes, as well as a beauty salon, a nail bar and a hairdresser's. In the evening, there's a restaurant and a lively bar. But you may not want to leave your cosy room. Most of the non-ground-floor rooms have balconies, and almost all the ground-floor ones have patio doors, so everyone's got their own little bit of outdoor space where you can relax and enjoy the Yorkshire sunshine.

At the Mercure we genuinely did feel right at home - almost among friends. Manager Stewart Woodeson told us he never wanted the place to feel stuffy - we don't think he ever needs to worry on that point.

We recommend the Mercure Leeds Parkway for:

Great staff - The evident camaraderie between the staff seems to extend to everyone they deal with.

Rural charm - You could lose yourself in the ground for hours. It would be hard to beat this setting.

Comfort - We loved our comfortable room, with its balcony and view of the grounds, and We felt totally at home in our cosy room with its balcony view of the grounds

Staff were helpful. Bar was sparsely staffed when dining room active. Taxi was previously included - not now.

Mr Jackson (Leeds Mercure)

Feel after using this hotel a number of times, it is definitely
diminishing in both service and restaurant quality unfortunately.It does not seem to be very bothered about its guests, and when I returned and went to the reception to tell them we were picking the car up, they never enquired which car and didn't seem bothered at all.
We will not be returning .

Mrs Tranmer (Leeds Mercure)

Staff helpful, our room slightly disappointing - somewhere very neat an electronic fan intermittently became active and each time disturbed our sleep . Room obviously in need of modernisation in keeping with rest of hotel. Service etc no issues at all.

Mr Kidd (Leeds Mercure)

The staff at the Mercure Parkway, Leeds were so helpful and friendly a fantastic start to our holiday - highly recommend them and will certainly be booking a park and stay with them again

Mr Grimwood (Leeds Mercure)

Everything went smoothly from leaving car at Mercure Parkway , reception getting us a taxi to our return stay. Night receptionist gave outstanding service, reoping bar so we could have a drink. Good sleep in comfy balcony room. Powerful shower and good breakfast.

Mrs Stansfield (Leeds Mercure)

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Overall rating: 86% by 278 guests

Arrival at the Mercure Parkway

You can check in from 14:00.

Directions to the hotel:
- Leave the M621 at the junction 2 roundabout, taking the third exit onto the A643, signposted Wetherby, Harrogate and York.
- At the next roundabout, take the fourth exit under the bridge onto Wellington Road, signposted city centre and again, Wetherby, Harrogate and York.
- Keep left to join the A58, following signs for Skipton, and Wetherby, Harrogate andYork, once more.
- After a mile, take a left at the traffic lights by the university building on the the A660 toward Skipton.
- Turn right at the church onto Woodhouse Lane.
- Keep on the road for 5 miles, taking the second exit at the roundabout to keep on the road as you do.
- You'll pass the hotel on your right with the entrance just after the last building.

By public transport: The nearest train station is Horsforth, which is about 4 miles away.

Checking Out

The latest time you can check out is 12:00.

The hotel reception will arrange a taxi to the airport and back for you. The journey takes about 8 minutes and will cost around £12.50 each way, more for larger vehicles.

Getting to and from Leeds airport

The hotel reception will arrange a taxi to the airport and back for you. The journey takes about 8 minutes and will cost around £12.50 each way, more for larger vehicles.

Mercure Parkway address

Otley Road,
West Yorkshire
LS16 8AG

* Prices quoted are for stays on the 26-03-2017, valid as of 22-01-2017