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.
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.
Hart’s Hotel belongs to Tim Hart owner of Hambleton Hall in nearby Rutland, which for 25 years has been regarded as one of Britain’s top country house hotels with a top rated restaurant. Tim Hart’s first Nottingham venture was the Restaurant opened in 1997 in part of the former general hospital. In 2003 Hart’s Hotel opened 20 metres from the restaurant.
The hotel is a striking modern building designed by architect Julian Marsh and situated on part of the old ramparts of Nottingham’s mediaeval castle. The build won a RIBA design award.
The hotel’s interior was designed by Stefa Hart who says ‘Hart’s is a modern classic, which I hope will look good in 100 years time. Hart’s is not at all impersonal, more a home from home. Every guest is treated as an individual – not a room number.’
High quality contemporary furniture and artwork combine with Julian Marsh’s architecture to give an up to the minute look – which never neglects comfort and practicality.
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The Park Bar
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. The room can be booked out in 30 minute slots by contacting reception.
Secure, barrier controlled car park with CCTV. A small charge per night is levied.