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Leeds Millennium Square Ice Rink

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16th Feb – 7th Mar 2010

Experience the magic of the Ice Cube – a very popular attraction enjoyed by all ages is one of Europe’s largest outdoor ice rinks and will once again be based at Millennium Square Leeds.

The rink will be open from 10am – 9.30pm so there is plenty of time to squeeze in a visit. For those who are not confident on the ice, not to worry as there are trained marshals on hand to teach beginners and offer advice to all. And for the all first time goers between the ages of 2-8 children, they even offer a nursery rink to help find your feet! Price including skate hire starts from £6.50.

Following an energetic skate round the ice, why not stay at Roomzzz Aparthotel? Our aparthotels offer luxuriously decorated apartments, free Wi-Fi, complimentary Grab & Go breakfast, laundry service, and much more. And the choice is all yours when it comes to the location, as we have three hotels near Millennium Square.

Don’t forget that for hotels in Leeds, hotels near Leeds city centre or Leeds airport hotels, think Roomzzz Aparthotel. For more information or to make a booking, please visit or contact Central Reservations on 0844 499 4888.

Jason Derulo – Live at O2 Academy Leeds

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Sat 19th Feb 2011

Following recent success from his debut album “In My Head” Jason Durelo will be playing live at O2 Academy Leeds. Jason draws comparisons to artists such as Usher, Akon and Chris Brown who are all multi-platinum selling artists. Playing hits such as “Ridin’ Solo” and “In My Head” this gig is sure to be a sell-out. Tickets are priced at £24 from

Why not extend the magic and stay with us at Roomzzz Aparthotel? Our hotels near O2 Academy Leeds are ideal for visitors, with free Wi-Fi access and Grab & Go breakfast on offer to all guests, plus the convenience of the Pantry where you can purchase essential items. With our comfortable rooms and memory foam beds you may find that you never want to leave.

Don’t forget that for hotels in Leeds, hotels near Leeds or hotels near Headingley Stadium, think Roomzzz Aparthotel. For more information or to make a booking, please visit or contact Central Reservations on 0844 499 4888.

Shopping in Manchester

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Manchester, is single handily the shopping capital of the North West. From quirky boutiques to high street chain stores; there is something to suit everybody’s taste. For label lovers, try The Arndale Centre, it houses a large selection of well-known brands from Topshop to Next. Perfect for shopping for that Christmas party outfit or a well-deserved treat following the Christmas Season. For those who love vintage and all things retro, call in to Pop Boutique which has graced Oldham Street with its presence since 1994. A selection of clothing, accessories and furniture from the 50’s – 80’ is on offer including their own Pop Label clothing.

For a comprehensive list of shopping facilities in Manchester, please visit

With so much to see and so many outfits to try on for size, why not make it into a long weekend? Our Manchester City aparthotel is situated on Princess Street, making carrying back all of your beautiful new clothes a doddle. All apartments come with a fully fitted kitchen, free wifi and free local and national telephone calls and are fitted with a large plasma TV. This Manchester city centre hotel is the best hotels in Manchester to stay at.

Central Reservations Are (Grab &) Go!

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As of 29th September 2010, Roomzzz Aparthotel proudly opened the new Central Reservations office. The team will look after all enquiries and reservations for Leeds and Manchester. Any enquiry from one night to one year, our team will be delighted to help you out with your requirements. So don’t delay and speak to one of our friendly and efficient staff on 0844 499 4888.

In addition to this we have also launched our Grab & Go breakfast’s at Leeds City West, offering a selection of pastries, fresh fruit, fruit juices, tea and coffee. Perfect to start the day, you can take it with you in a handy carrier or back up to your room before check out. In addition to this there is now the Pantry, complete with essential items!

Don’t forget that for hotels in Leeds, hotels near Leeds city centre, hotels near Headingley Stadium, or hotels in Manchester, think Roomzzz Aparthotel.

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The Northern Championships: Manchester v Leeds II

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Blood, sweat and tears spilled last week as clubs and live venues in Leeds and Manchester went head to head. This time we’re looking for the best pubs and bars for you to visit while on your city break or business trip, and the competition is just as tight.

Round 2- Drink


Dr Wu’s, 35 Call Lane, LS1 7BT

Hidden amongst the brash drinking haunts of Leeds’ busiest booze-street, Dr Wu’s is an intimate, relaxed and unpretentiously cool gem.

A Nation of Shopkeepers, 27 Cookridge St, LS2 3AG

A Nation marries traditional pub with contemporary bar, and offers a wonderful selection of ale and events- from live bands to film festival hosting.

Sela, 20 New Briggate, LS1 6NU

Small but beautiful, quality lagers and pizzas match sleek décor giving you very few reasons to leave before last orders are called.

Sandinista, 5/5a Cross Belgrave Street, LS2 8JP

Explore this South American canteen for mouth-watering cocktails, and then moderate the effects with a few bowls of delicious tapas.

Smokestack, 159a Lower Briggate, LS1 6LY

This speak-easy style bar smacks of sophisticated cool, while the upstairs music hall keeps things New Orleans with jazz and blues.


Cloud 23, Beetham Tower, 303 Deansgate, M3 4LQ

Head up the highest point of living in Western Europe to enjoy stunning views from the Beetham Tower’s Hilton bar. Champagne, anyone?

Sinclair’s Oyster Bar, 2 Cathedral Gates, M3 1SW

The history behind this old public house in the heart of Exchange Square is worth the trip alone. Oh, and you can still get a pint for £2.50.

The Marble Arch, 73 Rochdale Road, M4 4HY

Escape the city centre to visit the Marble Brewery’s own, critically acclaimed beerhouse. Award winning ales and local food abound.

A Place Called Common, 39-41 Edge Street, M4 1HW

The bar of choice in the effortlessly cool, artsy Northern Quarter offers live electronic music, European lagers and stylish locals.

The Old Nags Head, 19 Jackson’s Row, M2 5WD

Used in the series Cold Feet, one of the busiest pubs in town dates back to 1880 and offers roaring fires, a rooftop patio and real beers.

It’s been a grueling test of endurance, and as they cross the line it’s looking distinctly like a photo-finish. Let us know your thoughts on which city has the best pedigree in pint pulling establishments, and then we might have a better idea which town should take the trophy.

Faithless – Manchester Evening News Arena

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4th December 2010

Following their performance at Global Gathering and many other festivals this summer, Faithless make a welcome return to Manchester. Performing tracks from new album The Dance along with favourite tracks such as Insomnia, God Is A DJ, and Mass Destruction. With Example appearing as the support act it’s sure to be an event not to be missed. For Tickets please visit

If you’re looking for hotels near the Manchester Evening News Arena to stay at, then look no further. As one of the finest boutique hotels in Manchester, Roomzzz offers luxury as standard, with memory foam beds, Apple Mac computers, and LCD TVs in every room. Complete the experience with a stay at Roomzzz Manchester.

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