The Bradford Hotel is a large hotel in a convenient location in Bradford city centre around midway between Centenary Square and Bradford Interchange station.
From the exterior, the Bradford Hotel is not a particularly attractive building and it is not that much better inside. While it may look dated in places, it offers a fairly decent standard of accommodation and rooms are mostly clean and well maintained.
The hotel’s 121 guest rooms all have comfortable beds, a work desk, a flatscreen television, a seating area, ironing facilities (including a trouser press), tea and coffee making facilities and an en suite bathroom.
The hotel’s City 3 restaurant and bar has an international menu as is common with hotels of this standard. However, its location in the city centre means that there are plenty of other places to eat and drink within a short walk from the hotel.The hotel has a very convenient city centre location between Bradford Interchange station and Centenary Square, which are both not much more than a 2–3-minute walk from here. The Bradford Police Museum and the National Science and Media Museum are just a five-minute walk away and most other points of interest in the city centre are no more than a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Local buses stop across the street and it is just a couple of minutes’ walk to Bradford Interchange where there are buses to destinations throughout Bradford, West Yorkshire as well as coach services to destinations throughout the UK.