A quick google search of Nottingham brings up all of the most popular places to eat & drink and where to visit. Naturally, tourists are drawn to these places and unfortunately don’t get to experience the real Nottingham, a side known better by locals. While Nottingham’s top attractions are worth a visit, if you want to see the city like a local, trust our local’s guide of where to eat and what to do in Nottingham. Food: Nottingham is a foodies paradise with new and innovativ...


It’s hard to believe one of the most famous characters in all of literature is over 135 years old! The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood of Great Renown in Nottinghamshire was written by American author Howard Pyle in 1883 and it is world-renowned for its message of communism and the lead characters heroism and rebel spirit. Although written by an American, the novel is set in Nottinghamshire, a former name for our city, and some of the best attractions Nottingham are named after the lovable rog...


Nottingham is a city where many different cultures and customs amalgamate to make up the wonderful, colourful, vibrant place we call home. This is reflected in a huge variety of restaurants and types of cuisine available across the city. Our serviced apartments in Nottingham promote PREMIER SUITES Wellbeing and encourages guests to maintain a healthy lifestyle while travelling. We also recommend treating yourself and experiencing some of the fantastic culinary treats Nottingham has to offer.


Are you considering traveling to Nottingham? Maybe you need a little convincing or some reason to travel so we’ve put together 9 of the funniest, most unusual and interesting facts about Nottingham that will make you fall further in love with our beautiful city.  Home of Robin Hood It will come as no surprise that Nottingham, particularly Sherwood Forest, is home to the world-famous character Robin Hood and his band of merry men so we had to give it a mention. Robin Hood, w...

PREMIER SUITES Nottingham penthouse apartment at easter


The kids are getting exciting waiting for the Easter Bunny and the upcoming school holidays but the same can’t be said for parents. It can be tiring and very costly trying to entertain children over the Easter and the urge to let them watch as much TV as they want is hard to overcome. This year take a trip to Nottingham and follow our handy guide for a fun family-friendly trip in the city.

Green's Windmill and Science Centre It’s hard to keep little minds entertained while on schoo...