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In June 2007 York was voted as European tourism city of the year, beating major European cities that included Valencia and Gothenburg for the top place.
This is one of the reasons why you will find many York hotel deals being advertised, not many though compare with the fantastic low rates that Infotel will achieve on your hotel stay.
York Minster, which stands in the city centre is a major tourist attraction to York and is the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.
York castle, accompanies York Minster in the city and it is a complex structure, with different buildings built at different points in history.
Every year in September, York holds an annual festival of food and drink and has done so since 1997.
York is a major base for horse racing with the Royal Ascot being held at the York racecourse in 2005 and the York races taking place every year.
York is home to many fabulous and highly recommended hotels. The city has three different five star lodgings which are The Cedar Court Hotel and Spa, The Bishops Hotel and the Blue Rooms @ the Blue Bicycle.
The Cedar Court Hotel and Spa is an old grade II listed railway headquarters that has been converted to a lavish hotel in York, offering many services including an evening turndown service.
The Bishops Hotel is a family run business winning many awards including the coveted ‘Kellogg’s Breakfast Award’.
The blue rooms are a set of apartments for hire, which come with WiFi, kitchens, seating area, bathroom, robes and toiletries, as well as an on site restaurant if you don’t feel like cooking.
The cheapest hotel on the Infotel site in York is the Elmbank Hotel, with rooms starting at £22 per night. Despite the cheap rates, this hotel offers lots of character, with an oak staircase and stained glass windows.
The Bronte Guest House is rated high in its reviews and is far from overpriced. It is a Three Star Hotel just a minute away from York city centre, which offers a quiet location as it is situated on a one-way street, but is set in the heart of the city.