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Opened in 1906, The Grand York is Yorkshire’s finest five-star hotel. It offers only the very best in traditional English hospitality. This marvelous holiday destination has withstood the test of time, and remains an iconic landmark that defines the local landscape. Combining history and heritage, The Grand York has everything that a modern traveler could possibly desire. The hotel is just down the road from some of York’s most celebrated cultural attractions, such as the National Railway Museum, the York Minister, the York Castle Museum, and The Shambles. Guests can enjoy the wealth of upscale storefronts and fine-dining establishments that proliferate throughout the Coney Street Shopping Center, or go for a lovely boat ride along the gorgeous River Ouse. Come stay at The Grand York and experience the spectacular culture that makes northern England such a special place.
Image of Guestroom at The Grand York, 1906, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in York, England, United Kingdom, Location Map

Location Map

Cross the neighboring River Ouse to visit the York Minster, Barley Hall, and Museum Gardens.

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Discover

Discover the rich historical legacy of The Grand York.

Image of Dining Room of The Rise at The Grand York, 1906, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in York, England, United Kingdom, Explore

Explore

Explore the iconic York Minster.

Image of the Grand Boardroom at The Grand York, 1906, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in York, England, United Kingdom, Experience

Experience

Experience the sights of the Museum Gardens nearby.

Image of Private Dining at Hudsons at The Grand York, 1906, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in York, England, United Kingdom, Taste

Taste

Taste a Yorkshire pudding when out exploring the ancient city of York.

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