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Nottingham Shopping

Nottingham loves to shop! Having consistently been ranked as one of the UK's leading retail centres, the city has earned an enviable reputation for excellent shopping facilities – particularly for fashion. And Nottingham's compact city centre means that, unlike London, Birmingham or Manchester, all shops are within convenient walking distance.

Hotels near the center of Nottingham
The Stage Hotel3 starfrom £19.00
Park Inn by Radisson Nottingham3 starfrom £33.60
The New Gables Guesthouse3 starfrom £30.00
Best Western Westminster Hotel3 starfrom £40.00
Magdala Apartment from £49.00

Victoria Centre

Victoria Centre has 120 shops and stores all under one roof, including anchor stores like John Lewis and House of Fraser, plus a wide selection of cafes and restaurants. The Victoria Centre typically attracts over 450,000 visitors a week, which means that around 23 million customers visit each year. As well as opening 7 days a week, with late night shopping on a Wednesday, Victoria Centre has 2,700 covered parking spaces which makes getting to the shops even easier!

Broadmarsh Shopping Centre

More than 90 shops offering everything from electronics to furniture at this popular mall. With stores like Dorothy Perkins, Evolution, Allsports, and Toymaster, it's easy to find what you need. The modern shopping centre lies above the labyrinthine Nottingham Caves, where tanners and brewmasters worked in medieval times. You can buy a ticket in the mall to explore the hidden caves underneath.

Exchange Arcade

This shopping row in the centre of town contains many of the most upscale shops in the area. In an old building behind the Council House, each store has an external shop front, but they can also be entered from the arcade inside. Its elegant, restored stone interior and high arched ceilings offer a pleasant experience. Stores include Sofa Works, Jones Bootmaker, Kookai, Karen Millen, Jaeger, and a small art gallery.

Flying Horse Shopping Centre

This is a small, upscale shopping centre right next to Old Market Square. It was once a hotel, but it is now host to approximately 20 high-end shops and galleries, including Mondi, Tableworks, Spirit, and Canopy. Many of these stores specialize in decorative items for the home. The centre faces St. Peter's Church, and you can hear the bells as you stroll down the covered lane lined with shops.