One of the birthplaces of the Industrial Revolution, Derby is rich in both history and culture. If you’re in the city for business, or planning a family weekend away in Derbyshire, our Novotel is just off of junction 25 of the M1 and is well located on the outskirts of Derby. If planning a day trip from our Derby Novotel, then look no further than the Grade 1 listed National Trust site Calke Abbey, a short 30-minute drive from our hotel and well worth a visit. Presented as an illustration of an English country house in decline, nothing has been touched inside the 18th century mansion since the 1880s, providing visitors with a snapshot of life towards the end of the Victorian era. In addition to the house, take a stroll around the surrounding gardens and spot the ‘Old Man of Calke’, a 1,200-year-old oak tree, and let the kids conquer the climbing wall and scale the bridge at the Calke adventure playground. For those looking for something to do in the centre of Derby, it is well worth spending a couple of hours in the city’s museum and art gallery. Free to enter, the institution is home to a diverse and fascinating range of nationally important collections, including the world’s largest public gallery of paintings by Joseph Wright. And like the Derby Museum and Art Gallery, as with all of our hotels, in Derby’s Novotel kids stay at no cost for the duration of your stay – making your well-earned weekend away that bit more affordable.

Our hotels in Derby

3-4 star hotels

12.18 k.m from the city centre

The hotel offers 110 newly refurbished bedrooms, each promising stylish comfort for every kind of guest. You can enjoy a queen size bed as standard, a...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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