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For discovering the charms of Hull and Yorkshire, a stay at the Campanile Hull is perfect.

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Hull, located in East Yorkshire, is a city with a rich and exciting history and culture. It’s one of England’s must-see destinations. Our hotel-restaurants’ teams will warmly welcome you. You'll enjoy dedicated service, a comfortable room and a restaurant that offers an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. Book now!

Our hotels in Hull
Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Hull. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.




Take a trip to Hull

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Planning a weekend in Hull? Start by visiting its seaport, then wander through the cobbled streets of the Old Town before exploring the Minster, a gothic-style abbey church over 100 meters long that took 200 years to construct. Explore the Wilberforce House Museum, a slavery museum that includes several collections: silverware, costumes, clocks and furniture. Last, don’t miss the market, where you can purchase many regional products before enjoying an exceptional beer tasting at a historic brasserie.

During a week-long stay in Hull, begin by discovering the Burton Constable Hall chateau. Admire its beautiful fireplace, Chinese room and large gallery. A maritime history buff? Check out the Hull Maritime Museum, which houses paintings, mockups and accessories, and retraces seven hundred years of history. Plan several stops to the medieval village of York to admire its cathedral and then check out the splendid stained glass at the Castle Howard chapel. Book a Campanile hotel room in Bradford and visit Leeds. Enjoy local culinary specialties at a local inn, pub or the restaurant at your hotel.

In Hull, the entire family will be enchanted by Humber Bridge, which connects two counties: Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. For fun, the York Pass is an actual passport that gives you access to more than 70 attractions in the village of York and across Yorkshire County. It’s a great way to discover two thousand years of history in a fun way. Also, visit the aquarium to attend an ice hockey match. Don’t miss the beaches near Hull, to be enjoyed as a family.

A gourmet stay in Hull

The culinary specialties of Yorkshire gastronomy are abundant and you can enjoy them in Hull, in an establishment downtown or at the restaurant at your Campanile hotel. Fine food shops let you take a few products home from your gourmet stay: beer, wine and cider and also rhubarb specialties. Yorkshire has many local brewers that make hundreds of famous beers. Yorkshire wineries are also famous: non-alcoholic ginger wine and grape-free wines made with fruits and flowers are among the products that will surprise you.
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Events in Hull

During a stay in Hull, plan to attend an agricultural fair in the Dales region. The Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate is a must-attend event in July. You'll also enjoy watching sheep being sheered, equestrian shows and the procession of the region's finest cattle. At your hotel in Hull, you'll enjoy live entertainment, theme nights, afterworks, tastings and more that our dedicated staff will be pleased to tell you about.
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Did you know?

The Humber Bridge, inaugurated on July 17, 1981, by Queen Elizabeth II, is colossal in size: 2,220 meters long, 555 meters high and a central span of over 1,400 meters. Each of its cables have nearly 15,000 metal threads and can support over 19 tons. It’s said that if all of its cables were attached to each other, they could go around the world twice. The total weight of the steel cables is 11,000 tons. It’s a must-see attraction when visiting Hull before setting off to our Campanile hotels in Doncaster.