The York Marriott Hotel is ideally located, within walking distance of York City Centre and its many attractions, including the National Railway Museum & York Minster. Castle Howard, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors are within a 1 hour drive of the hotel. With 151 stylish guestrooms the hotel is ideal for the leisure or business traveller. Each room offers offer satellite TV, a hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. Guests can enjoy one hour of free Wi-Fi access in public areas, and the leisure club features a heated pool and spa facilities. The Chase Bar & Grill serves a varied menu and offers a wide choice of refreshments whilst offering unrivalled views of York Racecourse from its Sun Terrace. The York Marriott was the proud winner of the Highly Commended Award in the Business Tourism category at the 2013 VisitEngland Awards for Excellence.
There are 151 luxuriously guestrooms at the York Marriott, each ensuring a comfortable and memorable stay. Rooms are complete with Marriott’s “Revive” bedding, which will guarantee a good night’s rest.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Telephone with Voicemail
- High-Speed Internet Available
- Flat-Screen 32″ TV
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Writing Desk & Chair
- Alarm Clock
- In-Room Safe
- Outlet with Dual Voltage Adaptors
- Table with Seating for Two
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Trouser Press
- 24-Hour Room Service
Chase Grill offers traditional food made with the finest locally-sourced produce. Enjoy breathtaking views over the famous York Racecourse, while you dine.
Relax. Unwind. Chase Bar is the perfect place to take a few moments out! In fine weather, step out onto the spacious decking and garden patio. Spectacular views over our beautifully landscaped gardens await.
The City of York:
On The Map: The City of York is located in Central England, just 25 miles northwest of the major city of Leeds
The City of York boasts a dramatic 2,000 year history. The City, originally named Eboracum, was founded by the Romans in 71 AD, and became the capital of the Roman province of Britannia Inferior. Visitors to York can enjoy a wealth of attractions, museums, historic buildings, shops, restaurants and bars, all within the compact walled city. Indeed, substantial portions of the City’s Walls are still intact today – more so than any other English city – and are a major tourist attraction in themselves. York Minster Cathedral (pictured), is the highlight of the city. The gothic edifice is one of the largest of its kind in Europe, and its Great East Window contains the greatest area of medieval stained glass in the entire world. Another of York’s gems, Clifford’s Tower, offers panoramic views over the city and surrounding countryside. The current stucture dates from the 1300s and is a great example of the power wielded by England’s medieval Kings. The Shambles is a must-visit shopping street in the city. Bulidings, some dating from the 14th century, overhang the street by several feet – so much so, that opposing structures are not very far from touching in some places!