Orchard Hotel, Exterior

Conference delegates have the choice of staying in one of many superior guest rooms at Nottingham’s iconic De Vere Orchard Hotel.

The hotel offers excellent guest rooms for delegates at a discounted price - £109.00 per night bed and breakfast (usual rate, £199.00 RRP). These include modern furniture and many convenient amenities including free Wi-Fi, a delicious buffet breakfast, a 32” flat screen TV, and a complimentary refreshment tray.

Discounted accommodation is offered on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Orchard Hotel, Room
Orchard Hotel, Lobby

How to get there

Hotel and parking are located onsite at the conference centre, less than a minute walk. Travel links to the hotel/conference centre include:

  • Rail - The nearest stations are Beeston Station and Nottingham. There are over 30 direct trains that travel between St Pancras and Nottingham on a daily basis. With a tram running through Nottingham daily.
  • Road - For travel by car, use the following navigation coordinates (52.938863, -1.203153) and postcode (NG7 2RJ) to find the conference centre. Guests are entitled to complimentary car parking.
  • Air - East Midlands Airport is 14 miles from De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre via the M1 North. There is a regular Skylink Nottingham bus from the airport directed to BroadMarsh Bus Station—minutes from the hotel.

Guests can enjoy free access to the onsite gym and swimming pool at the University of Nottingham’s brand new David Ross Sports Village. Other pre-bookable facilities, including a climbing wall and squash and badminton courts, are available for a small charge.

Set in 330 acres of landscaped parkland, the eco-friendly hotel makes the most of natural daylight and has been built to the highest environmental standards.


Booking information

To secure your discounted accommodation, call the De Vere Orchard Hotel direct between 8.30am – 4.30pm on 01156 978175 and quote "CIMSPA".

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