Malmaison, Leeds, review | The Sun

Malmaison Leeds is a city centre bolthole with quirky touches and a glamorous feel.

To find out more about what the food is like, what the rooms are like and what there is to do nearby, read on.

Where is Malmaison Leeds?

Sandwiched between the tranquil River Aire and the lively bars of Call Lane, the hotel is a five-minute stroll from the train station.

Train is the easiest option as city centre parking spaces are like gold dust, although the hotel does offer a 35 per cent discount at the nearest car park.

What is Malmaison Leeds like?

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Malmaison Leeds is a perfect chic retreat in the heart of the city.

Outside is an impressive Victorian facade, but inside you’ll find modernity in spades, from the neon lighting above the bar to the plush velvet footstools.

It is a good choice for couples but it’s also family-friendly.

What is there to do at Malmaison Leeds?

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The hotel is a brilliant base for exploring Leeds on foot.

You'll find shops, restaurants and museums on your doorstep and the dock is just a short walk away, home to Leeds art gallery and a host of trendy bars.

What is there to eat and drink at Malmaison Leeds?

The hotel’s brasserie-style restaurant, Chez Mal, has glitzy chandeliers, exposed brickwork and polished tables – and serves great food all day.

Breakfast is a laid-back affair, with a buffet of fresh pastries, homemade granola, fresh watermelon and not-from-concentrate orange juice.

There are even gluten-free corn flakes available.

All this is followed by cooked-to-order choices – the Eggs Benedict was tasty and filling.

Dinner options range from fillet steak to chicken katsu curry.

What are the rooms like at Malmaison Leeds?

Spread over five floors, the 100 rooms and suites have an urban, funky vibe, with slate-grey carpets and bright pop art on the walls.

The big, comfy beds feature huge velvet headboards and soft pink throws.

En suite bathrooms are spotless, with vintage black-and-white floor tiles and the Arran toiletries from Scotland smell divine.

How much is Malmaison Leeds?

B&B rooms are available from £117 per night. Click here to book.

Is Malmaison Leeds family friendly?

Although there aren't any specific family rooms in the Leeds hotel, there's a family-friendly atmosphere.

Is there access for guests with disabilities?

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Yes there are a number of accessible rooms and customers can call to book these.

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